SOURCE: Practical Law Company

Practical Law Company

February 22, 2012 08:25 ET

Practical Law Company to Present Free Webinar: "Early 2012 Trends in Loan Terms"

Registration Now Open for March 1, 2012 Webinar

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - Feb 22, 2012) - With the continued market and regulatory uncertainty creating a difficult environment for lending, Practical Law Company (PLC), a provider of practical legal know-how to law firms, law departments and law schools, will host "Early 2012 Trends in Loan Terms: Large Cap and Middle Market Loans," a free webinar for banking and transactional finance lawyers. This 60-minute webinar, which features panelists from Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP and Jones Day LLP, will take place March 1, 2012 at 1:00PM ET (10:00AM PT) and address current trends in loan terms in both the large corporate and middle market segments of the loan market. A question and answer session will follow.

During the presentation, Tim Fanning, Esq., an attorney editor with PLC Finance, will moderate a discussion with Jason Kyrwood, Esq., a Davis Polk partner and Cassandra Mott, Esq., a partner from Jones Day. The panelists will discuss issues to consider when representing lenders or borrowers in loan transactions, including, bargaining power in covenant negotiations; similarities and differences in middle market and large cap sponsor deals; financial performance measurements and equity cure rights; and the impact of the Eurozone crisis on each loan market.

"2011 was a volatile year for the US loan markets and this webinar will address, among other things, whether that volatility will likely continue in 2012," explained Fanning.

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About Practical Law Company: Formed in the UK in 1990 and in the US in 2009, Practical Law Company provides practical legal know-how to law firms, law departments and law schools. Through its team of expert attorney editors, PLC provides practical, up-to-date resources across major practice areas to help lawyers get up to speed quickly, save time and protect the bottom line. Learn more at or via Twitter

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