CT Corporation experts will discuss how commercial transaction laws in the U.S. compare to other legal systems across the world
An increasingly complex regulatory landscape may challenge even the most experienced attorneys or paralegals as they work to devise and execute global due diligence strategies for cross-border transactional work. Wolters Kluwer CT Corporation will provide tips for handling the global lien searches and document retrievals essential to those transactions during a CLE webinar – “Effective Strategies for Global Lien Searches and Global Document Retrievals” – to be held on June 15 at 1 PM ET.
Devlin Fisher and Robert McHugh, Global Sales Support Managers with CT Corporation, will – with an emphasis on Canada and Mexico – discuss how the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) and other laws governing commercial transactions in the U.S. compare to various legal systems across the world. Topics will include the challenges that legal professionals may encounter while executing international lien searches, as well the documents companies should order to perform standard transactions in countries where the majority of international deals take place.
“Organizations undertaking the complex process of due diligence should consider leveraging the experience of a trusted advisor,” said John Weber, President and CEO of Wolters Kluwer CT Corporation. “At CT Corporation, we have the knowledge, expertise and technology necessary to help clients successfully manage their UCC workflows from end-to-end.”
Fisher consults with CT Corporation’s global law firm and corporate customers on matters related to global due diligence, compliance, and global corporate entity formation and dissolution. He also regularly presents on emerging trends in international corporate law for an audience of national law firms and professional associations.
McHugh is responsible for supporting CT Corporation’s account management and global service teams in addition to consulting with law firm customers on complex transactional and managed services projects. He has an extensive range of experience in matters of international corporate compliance and governance that includes assisting Fortune 100 clients with multi-jurisdictional and post-acquisition projects.