Global Restructuring Review - Cross-border restructuring and insolvency legal news, features and events
29 March 2018
Judge Martin Glenn of the US Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York met with GRR in the Big Apple last November, to discuss his experiences of cross-border cooperation and court-to-court communication, and highlight some of the important work being carried out by UNCITRAL’s insolvency working group.
02 March 2018
Ahead of his keynote speech at the third annual GRR Live London on 22 March, we sat down with Ian Stewart, partner and chief UK economist at Deloitte, to discuss the most important macroeconomic issues facing the UK today.
10 January 2018
GRR met Judge Luciano Panzani, the president of the Court of Appeal in Rome, at INSOL Europe’s annual congress in Warsaw in October, where he was speaking as part of the organisation’s Judicial Wing. He offered his views on the most important aspects of Italy’s newly approved insolvency reforms (which he helped to draft), the difficulties with court-to-court communication in civil law countries, and the problem of non-performing loans in the Italian banking system.
16 October 2017
Justice Jonathan Harris of the Hong Kong High Court met GRR in August to discuss some of his recent landmark decisions, particularly Z-Obee and Rennie Produce in which he assisted foreign liquidators.
29 September 2017
GRR met Judge Kevin Carey of the US Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware at the Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Advisors’ 33rd annual conference in Dallas, where he talked about how his legacy won’t be a series of written decisions, but the time and skill he expended focusing on bankruptcy cases in the court room – and in the insolvency world outside of it.
16 August 2017
GRR caught up with Judge Robert Drain from the US Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York in April during the American Bankruptcy Institute's annual spring meeting in Washington, DC. There, he discussed historic and future cross-border cooperation against a backdrop of the newly minted Judicial Insolvency Network Guidelines, and the controversial property requirement for making a Chapter 15 application in the US.
21 April 2017
Carlyn Taylor, global co-leader of FTI Consulting's corporate finance and restructuring segment, was named Woman of the Year 2016 by the International Women's Insolvency and Restructuring Confederation (IWIRC) late last year. In an interview complementing our Women in Restructuring survey, she talked to GRR about cutting her teeth in the telecoms restructuring boom of the late 1990s, mentoring younger women in the industry and balancing work with family life.
03 January 2017
What led you to focus on cross-border restructuring and insolvency? I had worked in the US State Department early in my legal career and had the privilege...
16 November 2016
What led you to focus on cross-border restructuring and insolvency? Early in my career I trained and practised at a firm in the Midlands which did...
01 August 2016
Widely regarded as the father of Japan’s modern insolvency and restructuring laws, Dr Shinjiro Takagi has been a lawyer, a judge, an academic and an adviser to a multimillion-pound corporation. Now, at 80, he’s jetting off to pursue fresh professional interests with the law firm Morgan Lewis – outside of Japan.
07 June 2016
GRR sat down with Daniel Glosband, one of the primary draftsmen of the US Bankruptcy Code’s Chapter 15, at the ABI’s 34th annual spring meeting in Washington, DC, to discuss recently-proposed amendments to the Chapter, as well as some significant cross-border recognition decisions of the past year.
11 April 2016
Kannan Ramesh SC is a Judicial Commissioner of the Singapore Supreme Court with a long-time focus on cross-border insolvency and restructuring. He spoke to GRR about the city-state's adoption of the UNCITRAL Model Law, cross-border cooperation in the context of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, and why his elderly grandfather was disappointed when he became a lawyer.