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Partner Richard Hornshaw and counsel Tom Laidler from Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld’s London litigation team discuss how a Cayman litigation trust and an English scheme were used to get around creditor differences on pursuing significant litigation, in the context of the administration of an iron ore miner in Sierra Leone.
22 September 2020
In the final part of his feature examining Argentina’s strategy in its recent debt negotiations with bondholders, Steven Kargman of Kargman Associates looks at what lies ahead for the country as it prepares for a fresh round of negotiations with the IMF. Kargman asks whether the country will be able to develop a sustainable economic strategy for the coming years, or whether it will continue to lurch from one economic (and sovereign debt) crisis to another.
17 September 2020
In the third part of his feature examining Argentina’s “quest for the moral high ground” in its recent restructuring negotiations, Steven Kargman of Kargman Associates looks at the role played by some of the world’s leading academics and Argentina’s position on debt sustainability and collective action clauses.
16 September 2020
Simon Thomas, a partner at Goodwin’s financial restructuring practice in London, compares the current covid-19 related crisis to the global financial crisis, and discusses the legacies it will leave behind: from debt and high taxation, to fraud, and innovation.
15 September 2020
In the second instalment of his four-part feature, Steven Kargman of Kargman Associates begins his exploration of the “three P’s” relied on by Argentina during its recent restructuring negotiations, focusing on the roles played by the covid-19 pandemic and the Pope.
15 September 2020
In the first of a four-part feature, Steven Kargman, founder and president of the eponymous New York-based international restructuring advisory firm Kargman Associates, examines Argentina’s strategy in its recent debt negotiations with foreign bondholders.
14 September 2020
When the clock struck midnight on 25 June, the UK’s restructuring and insolvency regime suddenly looked a lot friendlier for debtors, both temporarily pending the coronavirus’ havoc on the UK economy, and permanently. But does the new legislation rushed through parliament in under a month provide a serious contender to Chapter 11’s crown, or does it merely bring the UK up-to-date with the 1970s as one practitioner suggested?
11 September 2020
Bob Wessels and Ilya Kokorin discuss their recent detailed study on the role of insolvency protocols in restructuring and insolvency law.
09 September 2020
Mayer Brown partners Trevor Borthwick and Devi Shah in London, Tom Pugh in Hong Kong and counsel Monique Mulcare in New York ask: is further legal liberalisation needed to stimulate the rescue of viable companies affected by the covid-19 pandemic?
07 September 2020
John Marsden, Mayer Brown partner in Hong Kong and managing partner of the firm's Vietnam and Thailand offices, tells GRR that the covid-19 pandemic, unlike the global financial crisis, has given governments and financial institutions “breathing space” to evaluate which companies and industries they are going to support.
20 August 2020
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