Dave Cisar Co-Chairs the Banking and Commercial Finance Section. He draws on his 35 years of experience to counsel businesses on governance, financing, contracting, real estate, acquisitions and strategic planning.
Dave has a strong focus on the Uniform Commercial Code (“UCC”) and represents financial institutions and businesses in all aspects of commercial finance and other commercial transactions including terms and conditions of sales, commercial loan agreements, inter-creditor agreements, participation agreements, syndicated loans, asset-based lending and other financing transactions. He has extensive experience with and frequently represents creditors in workouts, foreclosures, bankruptcy, creditors’ rights and related commercial (including UCC) litigation. He was active in the review of and in promoting the enactment in Wisconsin of numerous statutory revisions to the UCC, including UCC Revised Article 9 (2000), and the more recent enactment in Wisconsin of the 2010 amendments to UCC Article 9. He testified before state legislators with regard to passage of Revised Article 9 of the UCC and the repeal of UCC Article 6 (bulk sales) in Wisconsin. He authored the chapter, “Documents of Title and UCC Article 7” in the State Bar of Wisconsin publication, “Commercial and Consumer Transactions in Wisconsin.”
Articles in the National Law Review database by David I. Cisar