Restructuring e-newsletter — Global Insight: Issue 10

Global Insight is a digital publication bringing you news, views and analysis from our global restructuring group.


  • US: What does the Delaware Chancery Court’s Rural/Metro ruling mean for advisers to distressed companies?
  • US: Outlook for corporate restructuring
  • Netherlands: Rabobank decision — special duty of care
  • Australia: Why global investors prefer Australian real estate
  • UK: Commercial rent arrears recovery — an insolvency practitioner’s perspective
  • UK: Insolvency in the fashion retail sector — risks and opportunities
  • UK: The game changer — High Court judgment on rent payments upon administration
  • Cross-border: APCOA — foreign companies increasingly using English schemes of arrangement
  • Guest article: this issue also features a guest article from Deloitte partner Rob Harding on the current ‘Winds of Change’ in the restructuring market.

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