In today's episode, attorneys Garret Kirkpatrick, Ron Jones, and John Sperati explore what creditors need to know in order to remain fully compliant with the Uniform Commercial Code when sending pre-and post-sale deficiency notices to debtors in North Carolina and South Carolina. Garret Kirkpat
Publish Date: Sep 30, 2021
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In today's episode, attorneys Garret Kirkpatrick, Ron Jones, and John Sperati explore what creditors need to know in order to remain fully compliant with the Uniform Commercial Code when sending pre-and post-sale deficiency notices to debtors in North Carolina and South Carolina. Garret Kirkpatrick is a member of the firm's Consumer Financial Services Litigation and Compliance group. In his role, Garret focuses on assisting clients with pre-suit negotiations, litigation, and advocacy in matters involving consumer financial services litigation and compliance, bankruptcy, and commercial litigation.Ron Jones is a partner at Smith Debnam and a certified specialist in bankruptcy and debtor-creditor law by the South Carolina Supreme Court. Ron concentrates his practice in the areas of commercial law and bankruptcy, including all areas of creditors’ rights, such as the Uniform Commercial Code, Consumer Protection Code, the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, Claim and Delivery, Replevin, Foreclosure Law, Real Estate and Bankruptcy. Ron represents both secured and unsecured creditors, lenders, lessors, investors, asset purchasers, creditors’ committees, and occasionally, debtors.John Sperati is a partner and member of Smith Debnam’s Creditors’ Rights Practice group. He concentrates his practice in commercial creditor bankruptcy, foreclosure and real estate litigation, structured settlement transfer, judgment domestication and enforcement, construction litigation, commercial litigation, equipment leasing and finance, and creditors’ rights.