Global Law Intelligence Unit — 31 July 2014
The Global Law Intelligence Unit is a faculty of expert Allen & Overy lawyers dedicated to cross-border law and to helping solve the puzzles of multi-jurisdictional law.
- International legal risk for banks and corporates — volume 1 (April 2014)
- International legal risk for banks and corporates — volume 2 supplement (April 2014)
- Ukraine: a brief primer on sanctions, expropriations and state break-ups (March 2014)
- How protective are Ukraine’s international bonds? (March 2014)
- Cyprus: the stone on the beach (March 2013)
- The pari passu clause and the Argentine case
- How the Greek debt reorganisation of 2012 changed the rules of sovereign insolvency
- Light or shade? The future of bank — intermediated credit
- The euro — the ultimate crib
- The euro and currency unions
- Sovereign state restructurings and credit default swaps
- State insolvency — what bondholders and other creditors should know
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