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Libor's long goodbye

United Kingdom - February 17 2021 As has been noted in a continuous drumbeat of warnings from major global, regional and local regulatory bodies, LIBOR is expected to go away at the…

Ranjan Chakrabarti, Christopher W. Balkos, Matthew Dening, Michael Foundethakis, Gabriel Adrián (Gabriel) Gómez Giglio, James Huang, Maria Teresa Ientile, John F. Lawlor, Andrew Lockhart, Charles Magerman, Phung Pham, Richard Powell, Antoine D.R.M. De Raeve, Gavin Raftery, Ansgar Schott, Mark Tibberts, Koen V. Vanhaerents, Gabrielle white

Resilience, Recovery & Renewal: Episode 5: Considerations for Corporate Boards During a Pandemic

USA - July 8 2020 During a crisis, companies are forced to react swiftly to disruption, but ill-thought decisions meant to mitigate short-term problems can have…

Beatriz Pessoa de Araujo, Nandakumar Ponniya

Global Restructuring & Insolvency Guide 2020 now available

Global - May 19 2020 Can you take security over all types of assets, including working capital? Generally yes, before filing for the reorganization or the ruling setting…

Post-COVID-19: What Role Will Privacy Play in Bankruptcy Proceedings?

USA - April 27 2020 COVID-19 will end, that much we know. But when will it end, and what lasting effects will it have on our society remain the pressing questions for…

Bernard (Brian) L. Hengesbaugh, Bryan Uelk, Harry Valetk

United States: A Road Map for Potential Buyers of Distressed Businesses in Section 363 Bankruptcy Sales

Canada, USA - April 14 2020 The current COVID-19 market environment presents unique circumstances to companies and investors who may, as a result of the tumultuous markets and…

Barry W.M. Cheng, Matthew Grant, Frank Grese, Derek Liu, Michael Nowina, Lewis Popoff, William J. Rowe, Andrew Sagor