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Updated: European firm Jeantet has established a restructuring practice with a four-lawyer team from France's Fidal in Paris; while White & Case has hired from Clifford Chance in Japan and GÖRG from Anchor Rechtsanwälte in Germany.
11 January 2021
Interest claims brought by ING Bank against Santander in London belong in Madrid an English judge has ruled, in a case she described as “more complex” than previous ones pitting the EU’s Insolvency Regulation against the recast Brussels Regulation.
23 December 2020
A Luxembourg fund and a German insolvency administrator that are challenging the Galapagos group’s 2019 UK restructuring in the US and Europe, have laid out before an English court why they shouldn’t be joined in a claim for declaratory relief that the restructuring was valid.
18 December 2020
The International Women’s Insolvency & Restructuring Confederation has launched a new network in Korea, led by AlixPartners director Jungmin Lee and Alvarez & Marsal manager Jiwon Nam.
08 December 2020
KPMG’s former global head of restructuring Richard Heis has returned to the Big Four firm, three years after he retired from its partnership.
07 December 2020
Baker McKenzie has set up a new restructuring team in Frankfurt, bringing in lawyers from Clifford Chance and CMS.
03 December 2020
Nortel Networks has moved another step closer to finalising its UK administrations after the joint administrators of its Irish and Italian arms secured termination and discharge orders from the High Court in London.
30 November 2020
A European court has found that privilege in a lawyer-client relationship may be waived if it serves an insolvent company’s interests, in cases where its interests diverge from those of its former managing directors.
23 November 2020
Allen & Overy is advising Santander on its acquisition of Wirecard’s core technology assets, the latest in a series of firesales at the collapsed German payments firm that is facing over €12 billion worth of claims.
19 November 2020
After over two decades at Sidley Austin, Phillip Taylor has joined Alston & Bird as its first London-based restructuring partner.
18 November 2020
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