Based on the 2nd edition of the “The LSTA’s Complete Credit Agreements Guide”, our experts explained the provisions of a typical credit agreement, including representations, covenants, and events of default.

EVENT DETAILS

Monday, June 17, 2019
9:30AM to 4:30PM|Conference
Price|$350 (will include a copy of the Credit Agreement Book)
6.5 CLE Credit|Available for NYS Transitional and Non-Transitional  – Areas of Professional Practice
Webcast|NOT Available for this Conference, In-Person Only
Location|See Below


PRESENTERS

  • Mike Bellucci, Partner, Milbank LLP
  • Jerome McCluskey, Partner, Milbank LLP

LOCATION

Convene
237 Park Avenue (entrance on Lexington Avenue between 45th & 46th Streets)
New York, NY 10017

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