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Banking Law - Creditor, Debtor and Bankruptcy Law

Lending and Secured Transactions Law

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   A Guide to Biotechnology Finance, First Edition (August 1, 2005) (Minnesota Department of Economic Development / Lindquist & Vennum)
"Provides a practical business and legal roadmap for understanding options available to biotechnology circumstances in which these options are available."

Covers choice of entity, corporate life cycle, finance options (private capital, management equity incentive compensation, public capital formation, debt, strategic alliances, and federal grants), factors that affect financing (FDA, intellectual property, tax issues, import/export issues, international regulations and barriers, issues with genetic engineering, stem cells, and cloning, reimbursements, the regulatory and criminal law framework, and issues with companies at the "distress stage" or in bankruptcy. 24 pages of notes and a glossary follow the main text. 247 pages.

   Farmers' Guide to Minnesota Lending Law (Second Edition) by Moeller, David R. & Carpenter, Stephen (June 1, 2003) (Farmers' Legal Action Group, Inc.)
"This book incorporates all changes made by the Minnesota Legislature through the 2003 Special Session." 258 pages.
   Loan Documentation: An Introduction for Small Business by Peters, Alexandra M. (January 1, 2005) (Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development)
"Small business borrowers are often surprised by the number and kind of documents associated with finalizing a commercial loan ... once [it] has been approved.

This booklet explains commitment letters, promissory notes, credit agreements, mortgages, security interests, assignments of proceeds, guarantees, borrower representations and warranties, officer's certificates, common credit agreement provisions, such as affirmative, negative, and financial loan covenants, and lender remedies if the borrower defaults.

57 pages.

   A Guide to Business Credit - For Women, Minorities, and Small Businesses (Federal Reserve Board)

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