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The liquidators of a British Virgin Islands fund have lodged a breach of contract claim against Delaware-registered borrower Tremont International in New York, where they secured Chapter 15 recognition in 2019.
27 May 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
Senior creditors of the Galapagos group have applied to wind it up in the UK despite ongoing insolvency proceedings in Germany, citing a European Court of Justice decision from March that interpreted the European Insolvency Regulation against the backdrop of two potential COMI shifts and Brexit.
24 May 2022
The joint liquidators of three 1MDB-linked British Virgin Islands funds have secured recognition of their appointments in Miami, pledging to obtain discovery in the US to help with their recovery efforts.
18 May 2022
Matthias Stipanitz and Stephanie Rendl at Preslmayr Attorneys at Law in Vienna assess Austria’s implementation of the EU’s preventive restructuring frameworks directive, giving a quick comparison with the implementation in Germany and the Netherlands.
17 May 2022
Ireland has belatedly opted into the updated version of the recast European Insolvency Regulation, and will now automatically recognise the new Dutch and German schemes along with a host of other new and expected European restructuring tools in the regulation’s revised annexes.
16 May 2022
Leading lights of the insolvency community Jay Westbrook and Christoph Paulus say they are concerned about what they see as an abuse of bankruptcies to shield third parties from liability.
05 May 2022
A former Morrison & Foerster partner, who helped establish the London chapter of the International Women’s Insolvency & Restructuring Confederation, has joined Katten Muchin Rosenman’s growing UK restructuring group.
03 May 2022
A Cayman court has issued its reasons for permitting the 1MDB-linked beneficial owner of shares in a local investment vehicle, to convert the vehicle's voluntary liquidation into a court-supervised winding up, where proceedings to vindicate share rights can normally only be brought by a registered shareholder under Cayman law.
03 May 2022
An English court has made an “exceptional” ruling that the Russian trustee overseeing the personal bankruptcy of former Vneshprombank owner Georgy Bedzhamov should pay a security to cover his costs of defending a recognition application, which has been remitted to the High Court after being set aside on appeal.
29 April 2022
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