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A few months after London boutique Moon Beever merged with Wedlake Bell, the new firm’s insolvency practice leader Frances Coulson talks to GRR about the knowledge she has gained from working with people in other jurisdictions, the risks for practitioners acting on fraud cases when no litigation funder wants to invest, and rising competition from Singapore and India.
10 December 2021
A bank that placed Singaporean oil trader AnAn into winding up proceedings but later aborted in favour of arbitration will not have to bear the liquidators’ fees because there was no fault on its part as a petitioner, a Singaporean appeal court has found.
08 December 2021
Global IT service provider Riverbed has emerged from Chapter 11 with a stamp of approval for its pre-packaged restructuring plan, allowing an investor group led by Apollo Global Management to become the group’s majority owners.
07 December 2021
A metal trading company and its directors have been denied leave to defend an Indian bank’s loan recovery claim in Singapore with arguments that the money was secured by bribing the lender’s employees.
25 November 2021
A Delaware bankruptcy judge has threatened to jail two shareholders of hotel portfolio group Eagle Hospitality, finding them in contempt of an order to account for fraudulently obtained covid aid.
18 November 2021
Judge Christopher Sontchi has announced his intention to step down from the Delaware bankruptcy bench and take up a position as a judge of the Singapore International Commercial Court.
15 November 2021
The liquidators of a Cayman Islands beauty products e-commerce company have secured emergency relief from a New York bankruptcy court to freeze funds held in the local payment processing account of one of the company’s former clients, amid an international dispute over who owns the funds.
05 November 2021
Two months after a Singapore court rejected its latest scheme of arrangement, interior design company Design Studio Group’s board of directors have commenced a winding up application against it.
03 November 2021
Oil tycoon Lim Oon Kuin and two of his children have failed to overturn a Singaporean summary judgment that found them in breach of their fiduciary duties to shipping group Ocean Tankers, after an appeal court dismissed their “ill-advised attempt to seek a different outcome” on the same evidence.
28 October 2021
After securing US recognition of a pair of pre-packaged Singaporean schemes earlier this month, Indonesian real estate group Modernland Realty has moved to close its Chapter 15 cases.
27 October 2021
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