Richard Goldfarb

Richard Goldfarb

Rick Goldfarb practices primarily in the commercial, banking, corporate and securities law areas. He is experienced in complex commercial transactions, including foreign and domestic sales; secured transactions for banks, other financial institutions and borrowers; and in essentially all aspects of the Uniform Commercial Code. Rick also serves as a general corporate counselor. In the course of his career, he has represented lenders and borrowers in industries as diverse as fishing and shipbuilding, Alaska Native corporations and Indian tribes, timber and paper, agribusiness, and high technology.

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WASHINGTON’S NOT QUITE UNIFORM VOIDABLE TRANSACTIONS ACT TAKES EFFECT JULY 23

UVTA. Washington’s version of the Uniform Voidable Transactions Act (UVTA) will become effective on July 23.  The Uniform Law Commission (ULC) adopted amendments and a new name for the Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act (UFTA) in 2014, and Washington will become the 15th state to enact the new version.  As Professor Ken Kettering, the reporter for … Continue Reading
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