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22 February 2019
Duff & Phelps has hired a new managing director for its UK and European restructuring advisory practice.
20 February 2019
Former Zolfo Cooper managing director and shareholder Lillian Zhang has set up a new Shanghai-based advisory firm, YWK Consulting, and spoke to GRR about her plans to take advantage of “emerging opportunities” in China’s restructuring industry.
18 February 2019
Veteran Willkie Farr & Gallagher partner Marc Abrams has joined Whiteford Taylor & Preston in Delaware as senior counsel.
13 February 2019
South Africa’s restructuring and insolvency industry group SARIPA has appointed a Werksmans lawyer with experience advising on Nortel and SunEdison as its new chairman.
08 February 2019
Judge Kevin Carey of the US Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware, who will be addressing GRR Live Cayman in March, talks to GRR about his retirement from the bench later this year.
01 February 2019
Offshore firm Harneys has named recently-relocated restructuring partner James Noble as the new head of its Singapore office.
31 January 2019
Holland & Knight has recruited two of Locke Lord’s bankruptcy practice leaders in Chicago.
25 January 2019
The year of the CVA, the year of the retail apocalypse – 2018 was more than just another year for many bankruptcy professionals. GRR published nearly 800 stories over the course of the year: here’s what our readers enjoyed most.
23 January 2019
A former partner at Miami boutique Sequor Law – and regular GRR columnist – has departed from the firm to set up her own shop.
22 January 2019
Employees of Hong Kong-headquartered insolvency and turnaround specialists JLA Asia have moved en masse to Big Four firm EY.
22 January 2019
Two senior partners have left Mexico’s Santamarina y Steta after more than 20 years to found a new restructuring, disputes and finance firm, del Castillo & Castro Abogados.
21 January 2019
An Australian lawyer who authored the Personal Insolvency Professionals Association’s code of conduct has been jailed for six years, after stealing A$9 million from a client to fuel his gambling addiction.