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“While our clients are obviously interested in maximising returns for investors, they are also respectful of the fact that countries like Ecuador have to address the incipient public health crisis that is presented by covid-19.” Quinn Emanuel’s Susheel Kirpalani and Dennis Hranitzky discuss the impact of the covid-19 pandemic on sovereign debt workouts in Argentina and Ecuador, and how the US response to the crisis has been marred by political enmities between federal and state governments.
21 April 2020
“It is easy to think that things will never be the same, but history repeats itself.” Co-chair of Debevoise & Plimpton’s restructuring group Natasha Labovitz discusses the limitations stopping some businesses from accessing government relief programs, how Debevoise solicited the advice of an epidemiologist to prepare for covid-19, and why US bankruptcy courts might be some of the most innovative courts in the country.
20 April 2020
Faster and cheaper than Chapter 11, Ireland’s examinership process is, alas, woefully underused. GRR asks local practitioners, why?
17 April 2020
“I think the long-term effects of covid-19 are not necessarily all bad. The businesses that are not inherently viable may not emerge unscathed.” In the first of a new series investigating how law and advisory firms are dealing with covid-19 and preparing for the longer-term effects, GRR speaks to WongPartnership partner Smitha Menon in Singapore.
16 April 2020
José Carles and Carlos Cuesta, partners at Spanish insolvency and restructuring boutique Carles Cuesta, examine the legal measures introduced in one of the countries worst-hit by the coronavirus.
02 April 2020
Goodwin Procter partner Simon Thomas and associate Emily Lockhart in London argue that, when normality returns, UK officeholders are “in a prime position” to deal with the challenges of realising cryptoassets for the benefit of creditors.
01 April 2020
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