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DLA Piper has hired a new partner in its Melbourne restructuring practice, after losing its Australian head of restructuring to Dentons in March.
29 July 2020
An Australian court has allowed the bankruptcy trustee of a disqualified tax agent to seek recognition of his appointment in the UK, pursuant to the UNCITRAL Model Law on Cross-Border Insolvency.
24 July 2020
Gordon Brothers and EY have hired in Australia, Kirkland & Ellis and Thornton Grout Finnigan have recruited in Hong Kong and Toronto, and Quantuma and Freeths continue to expand in the UK.
20 July 2020
Australia’s largest swimwear retailer Seafolly, which is backed by French fashion conglomerate LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, has filed for voluntary administration in Sydney, with Norton Rose Fulbright and Ashurst advising.
10 July 2020
Shoosmiths has advised the administrators of London-based shirt retailer TM Lewin on a pre-pack sale that has shuttered all of its UK stores, as its Australian arm entered voluntary administration under EY.
06 July 2020
Allen & Overy has hired Baker McKenzie partner David Walter to its Asia-Pacific restructuring group as a “key part” of a planned expansion in the region.
03 July 2020
Virgin Australia’s administrators have entered a sale agreement with US private equity group Bain Capital and warned shareholders not to expect any recoveries.
01 July 2020
King & Wood Mallesons has helped the parent of a copper miner complete the first guarantor’s scheme of arrangement in Australia, restructuring English law-governed debts and getting around the Gibbs rule with a declaration from an English court.
29 June 2020
A US bankruptcy court has allowed apparel retailer J Crew to pause rent payments for two months, following similar orders handed down in Australia and England to protect retailers struggling from the covid-19 pandemic.
27 May 2020
The administrators of Australian fashion retail group Colette have been relieved from paying landlords for a period, after the Federal Court of Australia found the covid-19 pandemic had created “extraordinary” circumstances.
21 April 2020
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