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Renewable energy group SunEdison has appointed a restructuring officer to oversee its bankruptcy proceedings in New York, after unsecured creditors successfully fought against some of its first-day motions.
03 May 2016
Former Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom restructuring partner John Lyons has joined DLA Piper in its Chicago office, as the firm promoted three new partners in the UK.
29 April 2016
Distressed Canadian-Colombian oil company Pacific Exploration has been granted protection from creditors in Canada and will look to acquire further protection in the US and Colombia.
28 April 2016
An Israeli court has appointed a manager to draft a settlement for Israeli creditors of a distressed Canadian property developer, days after it filed for bankruptcy protection in Canada.
26 April 2016
Canadian-Colombian oil company Pacific Exploration has reached a deal with an investment group to restructure most of its US$5 billion debt, advised by Norton Rose Fulbright in Canada, Proskauer Rose in the US and Garrigues in Colombia.
20 April 2016
Canadian-Colombian oil company Pacific Exploration has announced plans to negotiate a restructuring deal with a Canadian investment group, despite attempts by shareholders to enlist Colombia’s market regulator to block the deal.
15 April 2016
Creditors of distressed Australian mining and minerals company Arrium have persuaded a Federal Court to dismiss the company’s administrators Grant Thornton in favour of Australian advisory firm KordaMentha.
14 April 2016
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld has been named Restructuring Firm of the Year at the third annual awards ceremony held by GRR’s sister publication Who’s Who Legal.
13 April 2016
One week in September 2008 changed the life of Judge James Peck. He talks to GRR about the proposed changes for the restructuring of systemically important financial institutions since Lehman, and suggests ways to enhance international cooperation between bankruptcy courts and regulators in the event of another crisis of that scale.
11 April 2016
A Canadian mining company has won a US$1.4 billion arbitral award against Venezuela in a claim funded by its debtor-in-possession lender, the private equity fund Tenor Capital.
08 April 2016
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