Global Restructuring Review - Cross-border restructuring and insolvency legal news, features and events
04 October 2019
Updated: UK-headquartered firm Addleshaw Goddard has hired partner Paul Fleming from Dechert in London, with the aim of expanding its cross-border practice – particularly in the Middle East.
03 October 2019
Kirkland & Ellis’ bumper crop of new partners, announced on Wednesday, includes restructuring talent in Chicago, London, New York and Washington DC.
03 October 2019
Firms in London, Hong Kong, Singapore and Bavaria in Germany have added to their ranks in a busy September for hires.
02 October 2019
Jones Day partner Sidney Levinson has joined Debevoise & Plimpton as the new co-chair of its restructuring group.
26 September 2019
A former Dentons partner, who left for Simmons & Simmons in 2013, has returned to the firm and says he is ready to tackle a “wall of R&I work” he says is coming.
25 September 2019
McDermott Will & Emery has hired the chair of Los Angeles firm Irell & Manella’s bankruptcy practice to co-chair its own restructuring and insolvency group.
24 September 2019
Another former Bingham McCutchen partner has been reunited with ex-colleagues at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld in London, after six years in-house at Prudential Financial’s private debt investment arm.
18 September 2019
Former Delaware bankruptcy judge Kevin Carey is heading to Hogan Lovells following his retirement from the bench.
16 September 2019
The boutique advisory arm of UK professional services firm Begbies Traynor has appointed four new partners, including new hires with debt restructuring experience from Menzies and CameronBarney.
13 September 2019
Kirkland & Ellis restructuring partner Cristine Pirro Schwarzman has joined Ropes & Gray in New York.
11 September 2019
White & Case has hired German academic and International Insolvency Institute (III) founder member Christoph Paulus as of counsel in its Berlin office.
10 September 2019
Jones Day has expanded its restructuring and reorganisation practice in Dallas by hiring Michaela Crocker as counsel.