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The Arrium Proceedings: when is a company insolvent? When is a representation not a representation?

The Supreme Court of New South Wales has recently handed down its decision in proceedings (“Arrium Proceedings”) brought by a number of lenders against former officers and...

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Significant developments in the UK's insolvency regime: a creditor's perspective

In this article we look at current trends and developments at the intersection between insolvency and dispute resolution, including a rundown of some of the latest legislative changes, and...

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Too little too latte: Challenge to Caffé Nero CVA fails at its final hearing

The High Court has dismissed an application by a landlord creditor to overturn a company voluntary arrangement (CVA) implemented by coffee shop chain Caffé Nero. The CVA,...

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Proof in Trial

A wrongful conviction that led to a death row sentence; a politician fighting to save his reputation; a tech company whose trade secrets were stolen. In this podcast series, some of the...

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Dry powder or powder keg? Investing in companies sponsoring defined benefit pension schemes
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The market is experiencing almost unprecedented levels of liquidity, across public and private debt and equity capital markets. This is staunching restructuring activity, which might...

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Hong Kong court sets high bar for injunctions restraining presentation of winding-up petitions
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The Hong Kong Court of Appeal has rejected the plaintiff's appeal against the Court of First Instance's decision dismissing its application for an injunction restraining the...

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Fashionista – Hong Kong court rejects winding-up adjournment citing "problematic business model"
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A fashion brand insolvency has become the latest to come before the Hong Kong companies court, with the court refusing to adjourn the petition in favor of a proposed restructuring which the ...

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Talking Point Asia | September 2021
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The English High Court has confirmed that the tort of intentionally violating rights in a judgment debt, which is also known as the Marex tort, is recognized by English law. The ruling...

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Hogan Lovells Asia Pacific – Spotlight on Private Wealth: resolving family conflict
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Hong Kong is home to some of Asia's richest families. Yet family wealth brings its own share of challenges. The potential for disputes to arise within families and between families, and ...

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