LeVine takes the study of the UCC, the longest and most elaborate of the uniform acts, and allows the reader to become a part of the learning process through his interactive writing style,” said Grant Gillenwater.
TAMPA, Fla. (PRWEB) October 18, 2012
The Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) governs and directly impacts billions of commercial transactions occurring in the United States and its territories every working day. It is critically important that business owners, professionals, attorneys and CPAs understand the code and its implications. Attorneys and law students who can understand and internalize the UCC will gain a tremendous advantage over their peers.
Robert M. LeVine, J.D., who provides a revolutionary approach to understanding the UCC through his book “The Uniform Commercial Code Made Easy,” will be the keynote speaker at a Manatee County Bar Association event Nov. 2, 2012 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Lakewood Ranch Golf and Country Club in Bradenton, where he will teach professionals within the Tampa Bay and Southwest regions how to easily and successfully navigate the UCC’s labyrinth of codes.
LeVine studied commercial law under one of the chief architects who developed and drafted the UCC, Soia Mentschikoff. In his book, LeVine takes the complex statutory scheme and translates it into an easy-to-read narrative in a short-story format. Mentschikoff has endorsed LeVine’s work.
“I find the 'Uniform Commercial Code Made Easy' extraordinarily useful in making commercial law available to businessmen and to the business students of the country,” said Mentschikoff.
“A must read for every law student” said Grant Gillenwater a recent Stetson University College of Law School graduate. “LeVine takes the study of the UCC, the longest and most elaborate of the uniform acts, and allows the reader to become a part of the learning process through his interactive writing style.”
This corporate sponsored event is being hosted by the Manatee County Bar Association, with co-hosts Bright House Media Strategies, LeBoutillier Media Group and Synovus Bank. Sponsors include Bay News Channel 9 and Mercedes-Benz of Sarasota.
Tickets are priced at $199 which includes a complimentary copy of “The Uniform Commercial Code Made Easy” (a $59.95 value) and an opportunity for guests to have a professional business headshot taken (a $100 value).
CPAs will earn 4.5 hours of continuing legal education (CLE) and continuing professional education (CPE) credits.
This event provides an excellent opportunity for professional networking and treats guests to a delicious luncheon, cocktails and hors d'oeuvres, as well as door prizes provided by corporate partners.
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