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An English court has allowed a Dutch-owned automotive supply group to hold creditors’ meetings for a pair of schemes, as the group applied to have them recognised in the US and said it would also seek recognition in Canada and Holland.
01 August 2019
FTI Consulting has announced the appointment of two senior managing directors to its turnaround and restructuring division in Western Canada and in Texas.
11 July 2019
Irish oilfield services group Weatherford International has filed for Chapter 11 protection in a Texas bankruptcy court aiming to cut down its US$8.35 billion debt through a pre-packaged plan that envisages parallel proceedings in Ireland and Bermuda.
04 July 2019
A Taiwanese businessman contesting the US$2.6 billion restructure of an offshore oil drilling group does not have a dog in the fight, a US district court judge has ruled.
26 June 2019
Ernst & Young has obtained Chapter 15 protection for a Toronto-based advertising technology company, which it said was hit by Facebook’s deletion of over a billion fake accounts.
21 June 2019
The court-appointed monitor of bankrupt Canadian cryptocurrency exchange QuadrigaCX said its late founder funnelled client money into personal accounts and spent much of it on real estate and lavish holidays with his wife.
21 June 2019
Doug Schweitzer, a restructuring and insolvency partner in Dentons’ Calgary office, has been named as the new justice minister of the Canadian province of Alberta.
03 May 2019
Canadian construction group Innova has obtained an emergency order from an Oklahoma bankruptcy court, while a broadcasting equipment retailer has asked an Illinois court for recognition of its Ontario proceedings at the request of its US bank.
08 April 2019
The Canadian subsidiary of British American Tobacco has sought recognition of its Ontario Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act proceedings in New York, as it faces billions of dollars’ worth of claims in Canada.
15 March 2019
US speakers at GRR Live Offshore have criticised a New York District Court’s dismissal on comity grounds of a litigation against Canada’s Banro Corporation, solely because it is in CCAA proceedings in Ontario.
14 March 2019
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