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After Acquired Property Clause A provision in a bank's documents, the purpose of which is to extend the bank's interest in the debtor's property to property not owned by the debtor at the time of the transaction but subsequently acquired by the debtor.
After Sight When a draft bears this phrase, the time begins to run from the date of its acceptance.
Agencies Informal name used to refer to securities issued by agencies of the United States government and by U.S. government sponsored enterprises.
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Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky & Popeo, P.C.
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Commercial Real Estate Purchases & Sales

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Commercial Real Estate

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Dan is a member in the firm's Boston office, where he practices in the Real Estate Section. His experience covers all aspects of commercial real estate, including acquisitions and sales, development, permitting, leasing, and financing. Dan represents developers, owners, and operators of real estate. His clients include national and local developers, opportunity funds, pension advisors, and several real estate entrepreneurs. Dan has extensive experience acquiring and selling commercial propertie
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Mike is a member in the firm's Boston office, practicing in the Litigation Section. His focus is on civil and criminal trial work in state and federal courts, including complex securities, commercial, and real estate litigation. Mike has represented clients in shareholder litigation, securities litigation, fraud and management disputes, business breakups, defamation actions, trade secret litigation, class actions, and disputes involving professional malpractice and fiduciaries. He has also repr
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Debt Consolidation

Debtor's Rights

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Lewis is a Member in the Corporate Securities Section and Co-chair of the Venture Capital Emerging Companies Practice Group, focusing primarily in the areas of venture capital, mergers and acquisitions, corporate law, intellectual property, and securities law. Lewis regularly represents technology-based companies, principally in the areas of biotechnology, biomedical, medtech, networking and communications, Internet, and software. His clients range in size from newly formed start-up ventures to
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Susan is a Member in the Environmental Law Section, practicing in the firm's Boston office. For over 24 years, her practice has involved the full range of federal, state, and local environmental and land use regulations. As her practice is primarily transactional in nature, she advises developers, lenders, purchasers, and sellers of property with hazardous waste or environmental permitting issues, and assists in securing permits and approvals necessary for property transfer and development. Add
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Bingham McCutchen LLP
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There is a special form of “automatic” transfer in 34 states for juveniles who have previously been prosecuted as adults. Most of these “once adult/always adult” laws are comprehensive, mandating criminal handling of all posttransfer offenses. However, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, and Texas have laws that apply only to posttransfer felonies, whereas Iowa, California, and Oregon require that the juveniles involved be at least 16.
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A total of 24 states have reverse waiver laws, which allow juveniles whose cases are filed in criminal court to petition to have them removed to juvenile court, either for trial or disposition. Criminal court judges deciding reverse waiver motions usually consult the same kinds of standards and weigh the same factors as their juvenile court counterparts in discretionary waiver proceedings—but the burden of proof may be shifted to the juvenile as the moving party.
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Laws in 18 states authorize their criminal courts, in sentencing juveniles who have been tried and convicted as adults, to impose juvenile dispositions rather than criminal ones under some circumstances. Such “criminal blended sentencing” statutes can function somewhat like reverse waiver laws, returning transferred juveniles on an individual basis to the juvenile correctional system for treatment and rehabilitation. However, they often require that a transferred juvenile receive a suspended criminal sentence, over and above any juvenile disposition.
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