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Security Interests in Book-Entry Securities in Japan: Should Japanese Law Embrace Perfection by Control Agreement and Security Interests in Securities Accounts?

Kumiko Koens Charles W. Mooney

University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law (2017)

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Copy Citation: | Kumiko Koens and Charles W. Mooney. "Security Interests in Book-Entry Securities in Japan: Should Japanese Law Embrace Perfection by Control Agreement and Security Interests in Securities Accounts?." University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law 38, 3 (2017): 761. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2748023. Kumiko Koens, and Charles W. Mooney, Security Interests in Book-Entry Securities in Japan: Should Japanese Law Embrace Perfection by Control Agreement and Security Interests in Securities Accounts?, 38 University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law 761 (2017).

Topics: International; Law; Economics

Keywords: Intermediated securities; Uniform Commercial Code; UCC; Geneva Securities Convention

When is a Dog's Tail Not a Leg?: A Property-Based Methodology for Distinguishing Sales of Receivables from Security Interests That Secure an Obligation

Steven L. Harris Charles W. Mooney

University of Cincinnati Law Review (2014)

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Copy Citation: | Steven L. Harris and Charles W. Mooney. "When is a Dog's Tail Not a Leg?: A Property-Based Methodology for Distinguishing Sales of Receivables from Security Interests That Secure an Obligation." University of Cincinnati Law Review 82, (2014): 1029. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2399523. Steven L. Harris, and Charles W. Mooney, When is a Dog's Tail Not a Leg?: A Property-Based Methodology for Distinguishing Sales of Receivables from Security Interests That Secure an Obligation, 82 University of Cincinnati Law Review 1029 (2014).

Topics: Law; Business; Economics

Keywords: Security interests; UCC; Securitization

U.C.C. Article 9, Filing-Based Authority, and Fundamental Property Principles: A Reply to Professor Plank

Steven L. Harris Charles W. Mooney

Business Lawyer (2013)

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Copy Citation: | Steven L. Harris and Charles W. Mooney. "U.C.C. Article 9, Filing-Based Authority, and Fundamental Property Principles: A Reply to Professor Plank." Business Lawyer 69, (2013): 79-92. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2399495. Steven L. Harris, and Charles W. Mooney, U.C.C. Article 9, Filing-Based Authority, and Fundamental Property Principles: A Reply to Professor Plank, 69 Business Lawyer 79-92 (2013).

Topics: Law; Business; Economics

Keywords: UCC; Security interests

Cybercrime in the Securities Market: Is U.C.C. Article 8 Prepared?

Christina Parajon Skinner

North Carolina Law Review (2012)

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Copy Citation: | and Christina Parajon Skinner, "Cybercrime in the Securities Market: Is U.C.C. Article 8 Prepared?," North Carolina Law Review, 01 January, 2012, https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1952955 Christina Parajon Skinner, Cybercrime in the Securities Market: Is U.C.C. Article 8 Prepared?, North Carolina Law Review, 01 January, 2012, https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1952955.

Topics: Business; Law

Keywords: Equities trading; UCC; Cybercrime

Using First Principles of UCC Article 9 to Solve Statutory Puzzles in Receivables Financing

Steven L. Harris Charles W. Mooney

Gonzaga Law Review (2011)

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Copy Citation: | Steven L. Harris and Charles W. Mooney. "Using First Principles of UCC Article 9 to Solve Statutory Puzzles in Receivables Financing." Gonzaga Law Review 46, 2 (2011): 297. . Steven L. Harris, and Charles W. Mooney, Using First Principles of UCC Article 9 to Solve Statutory Puzzles in Receivables Financing, 46 Gonzaga Law Review 297 (2011).

Topics: Law; Business

Keywords: UCC; Article 9; FTFOP

Property, Credit, and Regulation Meet Information Technology: Clearance and Settlement in the Securities Markets

Charles W. Mooney

Law and Contemporary Problems (1992)

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Copy Citation: | and Charles W. Mooney. "Property, Credit, and Regulation Meet Information Technology: Clearance and Settlement in the Securities Markets." Law and Contemporary Problems 55, 3 (1992): 131. . Charles W. Mooney, Property, Credit, and Regulation Meet Information Technology: Clearance and Settlement in the Securities Markets, 55 Law and Contemporary Problems 131 (1992).

Topics: Law; Business; Economics; Technology

Keywords: Information technology; Financial markets; Commercial Law; Securities markets; UCC; SEC

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