Pages from Marlette - Amici Brief in Opp. to Mot. for Determination of Law - final

The LSTA joined an amicus brief in a Colorado case that is considering the question, “can a loan validly originated become invalid because it is subsequently sold or assigned to another party?” Until very recently, the answer to that questions was emphatically no.  The case in which the LSTA, the Bank Policy Institute and the American Bankers Association filed their brief, Fulford v. Marlette Funding, was brought by the Colorado Administrator of the UCC who is responsible for enforcing Colorado’s lending laws.

Downloads
File
Marlette-Amici-Brief-in-Opp.-to-Mot.-for-Determination-of-Law-Final.pdf

Become a Member

Membership in the LSTA offers numerous benefits and opportunities. Chief among them is the opportunity to participate in the decision making process that ultimately establishes loan market standards, develops market practices, and influences the market’s direction.

View Current Members

Our Partners

CUSIPFitch Group logoMorningstarRefinitiv-(March-2019)
Total Results: 

Sort by:

Conflicts in CLOs: Non-Existence is No Excuse!

March 15, 2023 - As discussed last month, in January the SEC reproposed its 2011 “Prohibition Against Conflicts of Interest in Certain Securitizations Rule (the “Proposed…