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U.S. Bankruptcy Court Can Enforce Foreign Restructuring Plan Providing for Cancellation of U.S. Law-Governed Debt

Global, USA - December 5 2022 Even before chapter 15 of the Bankruptcy Code was enacted in 2005 to govern cross-border bankruptcy proceedings, the enforceability of a foreign…

Dan T. Moss, Mark G. Douglas, Isel M. Perez, Michael C. Schneidereit

Recent Trends in Corporate Debt and Reorganizations: Laying the Groundwork for Future Large Chapter 11 Cases or Just More Runway?

USA - January 17 2022 After commercial Chapter 11 filings soared to their highest levels in more than a decade in 2020, the numbers gradually came back to Earth in the…

Dan T. Moss, Brett P. Barragate, I. Lewis H. Grimm, Heather Lennox, Kevyn D. Orr

Florida Bankruptcy Court Defers to Brazilian Court in Dismissing Chapter 15 Adversary Proceeding

Brazil, USA - January 14 2022 The foundation of chapter 15 of the Bankruptcy Code and similar legislation enacted by other countries to govern cross-border bankruptcy cases is…

Dan T. Moss, Mark G. Douglas, Isel M. Perez, Michael C. Schneidereit

Florida Bankruptcy Court Rules that Foreign Debtor Need Not Have U.S. Residence, Assets, or Place of Business to Be Eligible for Chapter 15 Recognition

USA - January 14 2022 Courts disagree over whether a foreign bankruptcy case can be recognized under chapter 15 of the Bankruptcy Code if the foreign debtor does not reside…

Dan T. Moss, Mark G. Douglas, Isel M. Perez, Michael C. Schneidereit

2021 Transactional Year in Review and 2022 Forecast

Australia, China, European Union, United Kingdom, USA - January 14 2022 As M&A activity shattered records in 2021, dealmakers faced challenges both familiar and new. From SPAC litigation, to enhanced FDI and antitrust…

Brett P. Barragate, Bruce Bennett, Anna Cartwright, James P. Dougherty, Alban Caillemer du Ferrage