Linda C. Hayman

Linda Hayman’s practice concentrates on the Uniform Commercial Code and secured transactions. This area addresses personal property law, with special emphasis on those issues arising under Article 9 (secured transactions) and Article 8 (investment securities) of the Uniform Commercial Code.

Bio

Ms. Hayman has advised clients on commercial law and personal property transfer issues in connection with syndicated senior credit facilities, leveraged lease transactions, project financings, bankruptcy reorganizations, non-bankruptcy restructurings, real estate transactions, mortgage-backed securities, asset-backed financings and asset sales. Ms. Hayman counsels both borrowers and lenders; and buyers and sellers. Ms. Hayman regularly advises financial institutions, including banks, savings and loan associations and broker-dealers, as well as government agencies.

Credentials

Education

  • J.D., Capital University School of Law, 1979
  • M.A., University of Colorado, 1973
  • B.A., Ohio State University, 1969

Admissions

  • New York

Associations

American Bar Association Retirement Fund Board of Directors (2014-present)

American Bar Association, Section of Business Law Chair (2006-07)

American Bar Foundation

American College of Commercial Finance Lawyers

American College of Investment Counselors

American Law Institute

The Business Lawyer, Editor-in-Chief of Volume 60

TriBar Opinion Committee

Working Group on Legal Opinions, Advisory Board

 

Linda C. Hayman