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A court decision published in Jersey shows how offshore firm Appleby helped the joint administrators of British retail tycoon Philip Green’s Arcadia Group obtain recognition in the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man, before his fashion empire was sold off.
24 February 2021
Once foreign bankruptcy proceedings have been recognised, the English courts lack “small j jurisdiction” to continue a pre-recognition freezing injunction against the debtor, counsel to a bankrupt Russian businessman argued this week – ahead of a new recognition hearing in the Isle of Man.
19 February 2021
An Isle of Man-incorporated investment company is seeking Chapter 15 recognition of its creditors’ voluntary liquidation, following a “lack of cooperation” that has prevented its liquidators from investigating the company’s US assets.
24 August 2020
Senior bondholders in a Cayman-registered issuer have agreed a US$482 million restructuring with Lloyds and UBS for a deal securitising ground rents from a Tchenguiz-owned portfolio of sheltered housing properties.
18 December 2019
Paul Appleton and Asher Miller of David Rubin & Partners have been appointed joint administrators of English football club Bolton Wanderers.
15 May 2019
The sole two creditors of an insolvent Indian steel producer have successfully petitioned the High Court of the Isle of Man to appoint a committee of inspection on which they will both sit as members.
28 February 2019
An Isle of Man court has rejected a request from the liquidators of three collapsed investment funds to compel oral testimony from their directors over their £171 million collapse.
28 January 2019
Edward Davis and Annette Escobar, of Sequor Law in Miami, discuss a massive Ponzi scheme in Chile involving the execution of asset recovery and cross-border recognition tools in multiple jurisdictions.
17 September 2018
Firms in Canada, Isle of Man, Melbourne and London have announced hires in recent weeks, while a leading magic circle firm has promoted a new restructuring lawyer.
26 April 2017
The Isle of Man High Court has wound up a fund established to invest in Latin American and South African bamboo plantations, denying applications to adjourn the liquidation and rescue the company through a scheme of arrangement.
23 March 2017
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