SFNet (The Secured Finance Network, Inc.) has requested to appear before the New York Court of Appeals as amicus curiae and to file its brief illustrating why lower court orders represent a dangerous departure from established precedent and practice. Parker Hudson partners William J. Holley, II and Bryan E. Bates and of counsel John C. Wright are the attorneys for the proposed amicus curiae for the SFNet, for which Parker Hudson partner Bobbi Acord Noland serves as co-General Counsel.

The case pending before New York’s highest state appellate court is a secured lender’s request for review of a problematic set of rulings inconsistent with established commercial law and practice concerning borrower’s accounts.

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