Restructuring & Corporate Recovery Update — March 2013
Taylor Wessing has released the March 2013 edition of its Restructuring & Corporate Update. It summarises what the firm thinks are the more interesting recent legal developments in restructing and corporate recovery.
- The restructuring and corporate recovery market in the UAE
- Contingent claims — should the liquidator wait for the contingency to occur?
- Agency relationship or a relationship of seller and buyer?
- How undistributed assets under a scheme of arrangement should be treated
- Marshalling securities where there are two debtors
- When can a claim for transaction at an undervalue succeed?
- Iceland versus Scotland: what happens when two inconsistent insolvency regimes clash?
- Boot camp: late payment issues construction contracts
- Late payments: EU directive implemented
- Safeguarding your business — a practical guide against counterparty and third-party default…
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