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UPDATED: Former Honigman partner Erin Broderick has joined Eversheds Sutherland as counsel in Chicago, bringing with her experience on the cross-border restructuring of Australian mining equipment supplier Emeco Holdings.
29 September 2022
Fiona Huntriss and Neil Pigott, partners in the London litigation and disputes boutique founded by former Boies Schiller Flexner deputy chair Natasha Harrison in February, tell GRR what it’s like to work in London’s newest law firm, explain why Eastern Europe is an area to watch, and share their thoughts on the UK’s proposals to adopt two new Model Laws from UNCITRAL Group V.
12 August 2022
Daniel Anderson, partner and co-head of Ropes & Gray’s restructuring and special situations practice in Asia, speaks to GRR about the problems facing the Chinese real estate sector, what Hong Kong can do to remain competitive for cross-border restructurings, and whether the much-anticipated wave of covid-related insolvencies will impact Asia over the coming months.
27 July 2022
The co-chairs of Paul Hastings’ restructuring practice, Luc Despins and Kris Hansen, recently brought to work together when Stroock Stroock & Lavan's restructuring team moved to the firm in March, tell GRR their expectations for the global economy in the next 12 months, why Singapore and the Cayman Islands are emerging jurisdictions for restructuring, and their secrets for good brief writing.
01 July 2022
The co-leader of Norton Rose Fulbright’s EMEA restructuring group Sylwia Maria Bea discusses the new German insolvency law StaRUG, her role setting up a women-only restructuring association and why ESG considerations should become more widespread over the rest of the year.
14 June 2022
German restructuring professionals and court personnel have formed a new association aimed at improving the country’s restructuring and insolvency laws and court processes. Its new treasurer Volker Beissenhirtz tells GRR how the group plans to achieve its goals.
26 May 2022
Alvarez & Marsal’s Tiffany Wong and Alex Lawson tell GRR about the challenges they faced as Chinese coffee chain Luckin Coffee’s joint provisional liquidators, how they got the complex restructuring over the line and why ESG considerations are not yet having a huge influence in the restructuring space.
19 May 2022
Alan Kornberg, co-head of Paul Weiss’ restructuring group in New York, speaks to GRR about a transitional era in international restructurings as countries around the world migrate to Chapter 11-like regimes, how rescue loans are being used as a gateway to distressed investments and why SPACs might not be the panacea that everyone originally thought.
18 February 2022
Former English Court of Appeal judge Sir David Richards has joined One Essex Court in London with plans to take appointments as an arbitrator, as he says the growth in cross-border cases has led experts to see arbitration as a sensible way of resolving disputes in restructurings.
08 November 2021
Edwin Tong SC, a former head of restructuring and corporate insolvency at Allen & Gledhill, turned to politics a decade ago. In 2018, he was tasked with the development and promotion of Singapore’s legal sector – including fulfilling its self-proclaimed ambition to become a restructuring hub: so GRR caught up with him to ask how that ambition was coming along, five years down the line.
28 September 2021
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