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Castro Sammartino & Pierini
Security interests in Argentina may be structured through different agreements according to the nature of the assets included as collaterals.
Marval O'Farrell & Mairal
The Civil Court of Appeals resolved that the annual interest rate on a debt in US Dollars must not exceed 8% in concept of compensatory interest, or 4% in concept of punitive interest.
Jones Day
The UN Human Rights Council passed a resolution condemning "vulture funds" like Argentina's holdout bondholders.
Withers LLP
A group of creditors – so called 'vulture funds' – are owed over $1.3billion worth of debt, dating back a decade since Argentina's 2001 default.
Jones Day
Argentina received at least a temporary reprieve of its obligation to make payments to old bondholders pursuant to Judge Griesa's order on November 28.
The Law applicable to collective execution proceedings in Argentina is Law nº 24,522 (hereinafter "The Bankruptcy Law").
Canosa Abogados
The Argentine Bankruptcy Law No 24,522, as amended (the 'Bankruptcy Law, contemplates three main insolvency proceedings.
Negri & Teijeiro Abogados
This article reports on two significant recent developments. The lead story centers on a national appellate court decision holding (we think unfairly) a regional Coca Cola bottler jointly liable for labor claims made against a distributor. Our second story, Shocked Back to Life?, offers some encouraging news to bondholders pursuing claims in bankruptcy.
Abeledo Gottheil Abogados S.C.
Negri & Teijeiro Abogados
Negri & Teijeiro Abogados
Negri & Teijeiro Abogados
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