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Shenzhen property developer Kaisa Group has received approval for its restructuring plan from a majority of creditors in both Hong Kong and the Cayman Islands.
25 May 2016
The Bahamian Liquidation Rules Committee has published a list of foreign jurisdictions whose insolvency proceedings the Bahamian courts will now be able to recognise, closing a lacuna in the local law that left foreign creditors unable to access Bahamian assets at least twice in the past year.
20 May 2016
The Third Circuit Court of Appeals in the US has told a maritime carrier it can contractually extend its common law possessory liens over a bankrupt debtor’s cargo in its possession, to cover unpaid shipping charges - including for different shipments of cargo already delivered.
13 May 2016
International real estate developer Kaisa Group Holdings has filed for protection under Chapter 15 of the US Bankruptcy Code in a bid to convince a Hong Kong court to approve its restructuring scheme.
06 May 2016
Recent weeks saw high-profile hires in London and Texas and partner promotions across Europe. Debt financing specialist Mark Fine has joined Willkie Farr & Gallagher as partner in the firm’s London office.
05 May 2016
A Canadian court has dismissed an appeal against the pro rata distribution of a US$7.3 billion escrow fund accumulated from the sale of collapsed Canadian telecoms group Nortel’s assets.
04 May 2016
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
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