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Guy Locke has had an astonishing year. The roll call of cases he and the insolvency and corporate recovery group have handled in 2004 offers a neat summary of nearly all the key work to have taken place in this field in the last year.
That work includes the Drax restructuring, advising Ernst & Young on the administration of Parmalat’s Cayman subsidiaries, and acting for the liquidators of various Enron entities. In late 2004 he acted in a landmark Privy Council case on how liquidators are remunerated, and he continues to act in the Grupo Torras litigation – the longstanding fraud case that last year hit Cayman and which has already had a groundbreaking impact on trust law.