Secured Credit: A Systems Approach, Seventh Edition (Aspen Casebook)

Secured Credit: A Systems Approach, Seventh Edition (Aspen Casebook)

by Lynn M. LoPucki

ISBN-10: 1454804009
ISBN-13: 9781454804000
Publisher: Aspen Publishers
Edition: 7 - 2011

Book Description
The premier authority on relationships and transactions between creditors and debtors, Secured Credit: A Systems Approach is known for its cutting edge coverage, dynamic pedagogy and ease of use for instructors. Applying the Systems Approach, students learn how the law is applied in real life as they examine the code in the context of actual transactions. Compelling problems are introduced with straightforward explanations and cases, making the concepts easy to teach. A modular structure allows for tremendous flexibility in course design, and through its organization around assignment units, instructors can easily prepare work for their students. This problem-based casebook presents a thorough review of the intersection of secured transactions and bankruptcy. The Seventh Edition: With completely updated cases, statutes, and rules, the Seventh Edition presents the 2010 Amendments to Article 9. Improving on the hallmark flexibility in teaching, many assignments have been recast into two parts, allowing instructors to now assign one-and-a half units for 75-minute classes. Problems have been refreshed and revised, and the text has been thoroughly scrutinized for accuracy.  Features: Extraordinary authorship--well known and respected authorities in the field Cutting-edge coverage The Systems Approach examines the code in the context of actual transactions Dynamic pedagogy  Highly teachable problems Straightforward explanations and cases Great flexibility in course design through its modular structure Organized by assignment units--takes effort out of preparing assignments  Reviews intersection of secured transactions and bankruptcy answers to all problems  suggestions on tailoring sections to accommodate time constraints The Seventh Edition: Covers 2010 Amendments to Article 9 ;Division of many assignments for greater flexibility  Instructors may now assign one-and-a- half units for 75-minute classes  Refreshed and revised problems Updated cases, statutes, and rules A careful review for factual accuracy