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An aircraft leasing group that is trying to sue Indonesian and Thai subsidiaries of Asia’s Lion Air in England should have sought permission for service out of the jurisdiction before applying for alternative service, a court has found, in a dispute playing out against parallel conciliation proceedings in France.
28 April 2021
Thai Airways’ rehabilitation planners have submitted a restructuring plan before a Bangkok court as well as the country’s official receiver and its stock exchange managers, but creditors’ counsel say their clients are yet to see its contents.
02 March 2021
Cayman-incorporated oil and gas group KrisEnergy has secured creditor support for its Singaporean scheme of arrangement as part of a restructuring of its US$477 million debt pile.
19 January 2021
Simmons & Simmons, Dentons and Hunton Andrews Kurth have hired in London, Portland in Maine and Bangkok respectively; while Begbies Traynor has acquired insolvency advisory group CVR Global, adding its first overseas offices.
18 January 2021
An English court has recognised Thai Airways’ Bangkok rehabilitation proceedings, granting its foreign representatives additional relief in the form of a moratorium on secured creditors taking enforcement actions.
09 December 2020
A Delaware-registered arm of bankrupt Thai-owned upmarket grocer Dean & DeLuca has filed an adversary claim in New York against its former Japanese joint venture partner and an affiliate, arguing they took advantage of the grocer’s insolvency to buy shares at a steep discount.
04 December 2020
An oil and gas group pursuing a Singaporean scheme, KrisEnergy, has reached a settlement with a creditor that brought a Cayman winding-up petition against its Thai subsidiary, after failing to secure an injunction on the petition.
30 November 2020
Thai-owned gourmet retailer Dean & DeLuca has won court approval for its several-times renegotiated Chapter 11 restructuring plan, after former bankruptcy Judge Kevin Carey helped it reach a mediated settlement with stakeholders.
30 November 2020
An English court has refused to strike out a fraudulent transfers claim against a Thai bank, ruling there was a reasonable prospect the claim would be found to have a sufficient connection to England.
25 November 2020
The receivers of a BVI investment company have been prevented from replacing the directors of its Japanese subsidiary, after a local court found a Singaporean investor could not apply on their behalf.
14 October 2020
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