Sandra Stern, a partner at Nordquist & Stern who represents New York State on the Uniform Law Commission, writes New York's historic inattention to Uniform Commercial Code modernization has not gone
The New York Law Journal hosted its Lawyers Who Lead by Example awards dinner on Tuesday, Nov. 1, at the St. Regis Hotel in Manhattan. The honorees were recognized for their contributions in filling
...from Cahill Gordon & Reindel and is now of counsel to Nordquist & Stern, demonstrate how an attorney's "golden years" can be...
... Allen Joslyn, counsel, Nordquist & Stern Steven Rosenfeld, former partner, Paul, Weiss...
Sandra Stern, a lawyer ay Nordquist & Stern and a commissioner of the Uniform Laws Commission, writes that New York is the only state that has not enacted the 1990 revisions to Articles 3 and 4 of th
Sandra Stern, a partner at Nordquist & Stern, explores the secured party's options for enforcing its security interest and disposing of the collateral after it has declared an event of default in a m
Sandra Stern, a member of Nordquist & Stern, writes that the first step a lender should take when default is threatened is to consult any intercreditor or subordination agreement by which it may be b
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