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Lennox Paton
The Privy Council has determined clawback claims can be served outside of the jurisdiction on a foreign creditor.
Delaney Partners
The Bahamas Supreme Court gave an important judgement regarding the efficacy of foreign arbitral awards for being relied upon as the basis of a statutory demand...
Harneys
The decision by the US Bankruptcy Court in Re Northshore Mainland Services, Inc et al (Case No 15-11402-KJC) (Baha Mar) shows sensible judicial restraint in favour of offshore courts (where appropriate).
Lennox Paton
As laws, regulations and business challenges evolve we must be sure we adapt quickly and effectively.
Lennox Paton
As laws, regulations and business challenges evolve we must be sure we adapt quickly and effectively
Delaney Partners
The ABI is the largest multi-disciplinary, non-partisan organization dedicated to research and education on matters related to insolvency and has a membership of over 13,000 insolvency practitioners, including judges.
Delaney Partners
On 30 April 2012 a modern company liquidation regime for The Bahamas came into force, replacing the former liquidation laws that were largely untouched for more than 60 years.
Delaney Partners
Chief Justice Sir Michael Barnett recently heard petitions of a voluntary liquidator of two Panamanian companies, BC Capital Group SA and BC Capital Group International SA ("BC Capital entities") for the Supreme Court of The Bahamas ("Supreme Court") to supervise the respective voluntary liquidations.
Higgs & Johnson
A discussion on a recent decision of the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands, which offers helpful guidance in respect of the remedies open to an office-holder appointed in respect of an insolvent foreign company who wishes to bring insolvency claims in the Cayman Islands.
Higgs & Johnson
A netting agreement is a contract whereby each party agrees to set off the amounts that it owes against amounts owed to it.
Higgs & Johnson
Companies in crisis are often tempted to sell, charge, or otherwise dispose of assets so as to put them beyond the reach of creditors.
Higgs & Johnson
The Companies (Winding up Amendment) Act, 2011 (the "Act") came into force on April 30, 2012.
Charles Russell Speechlys
Over the past couple of years, there have been a wave of new insolvency and bankruptcy laws introduced in the GCC.
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