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GlassRatner hires in New York

US-based financial advisory firm GlassRatner Advisory & Capital Group has recruited a new principal to co-head its New York practice.

Mining consultant tries to revive conspiracy lawsuit against PwC in London

A mining consultancy has tried to revive claims PwC cheated it out of millions while acting as administrators of a mining company in Sierra Leone.

Vantage “discrimination” claims dismissed in Chapter 11 appeal

Vantage “discrimination” claims dismissed in Chapter 11 appeal

A Taiwanese businessman contesting the US$2.6 billion restructure of an offshore oil drilling group does not have a dog in the fight, a US district court judge has ruled.

Young Conaway hires bankruptcy litigation partner in Delaware

Young Conaway hires bankruptcy litigation partner in Delaware

Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor has hired partner Kevin Guerke from Baird Mandalas Brockstedt in Delaware.

Asset recovery column: The long arm of the liquidating trustee -  Madoff trustee reaches offshore transferees

Asset recovery column: The long arm of the liquidating trustee - Madoff trustee reaches offshore transferees

Sequor Law attorney Cristina Vicens Beard and of counsel Andrew Dawson consider the implications for non-US entities of the US Second Circuit’s recent ruling that international comity principles should not stop clawback actions by the trustee of Bernie Madoff’s investment firm.

International Insolvency Forum, St Petersburg: Building bridges with UNCITRAL

International Insolvency Forum, St Petersburg: Building bridges with UNCITRAL

The UNCITRAL Model Law on Enterprise Group Insolvency will be ready for adoption in July, the commission’s secretary Anna Joubin-Bret has said.