California Secured Transactions Under Revised Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code: Forms and Practice Manual
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George P. Haley
Mr. Haley focuses on all aspects of commercial law with emphasis on project finance, project development, equipment leasing, personal property secured transactions and other transactions governed by the Uniform Commercial Code. He is the co-leader of the firm’s Project Development & Finance practice team. He has represented clients in connection with more than one hundred project financing transactions and has worked on transactions involving more than 150 electric generating facilities.
Mr. Haley has written and lectured extensively for the Practising Law Institute and California Continuing Education of the Bar, as well as for other organizations, on project finance, project development, equipment leasing, the Uniform Commercial Code and other commercial law topics. His recent publications include the Equipment Leasing Chapter in the California Continuing Education of the Bar book “Financing California Businesses,” and he is the coauthor of the book “California Secured Transactions under Revised Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code.” Mr. Haley has been a member of a number of advisory committees advising the drafters of the Uniform Commercial Code on revisions to the Code. For a number of years, Mr. Haley was also a member of the faculty of the Shanghai International Business Institute in Shanghai, China where he lectured on American Business Law.
Mr. Haley has served on boards of directors of charitable organizations, and is currently on the board of the National Writing Project.
- Best Lawyers in America, Banking and Finance Law, Project Finance Law (2006-2013)
- PLC Which Lawyer?, Banking & Finance—San Francisco and Silicon Valley (2007-2012)
- Guide to the World's Leading Project Finance Lawyers, Euromoney/Legal Media Group (2010)
American Bar Association (former chair, UCC Article 8 Subcommittee); California Bar Association (former chair, Uniform Commercial Code and Financial Institution Committees); Bar Association of San Francisco; American College of Commercial Finance Lawyers