Insolvency and Restructuring News
Stephenson Harwood has picked up over £6m in legal fees, after it was involved in the three-year long liquidation of Rangers Football Club.
DLA Piper is facing a possible investigation by the Solicitors’ Regulation Authority (SRA) after its senior partners sent emails to each other following the bankruptcy of a former client.
WilmerHale and Bryan Cave have taken lead roles in the sale of Barclays’ US wealth and investment management franchise to Stifel Financial.
Milbank Tweed Hadley & McCloy, Paul Hastings and Weil Gotshal & Manges have all advised on the two and half-year long restructuring of the General Healthcare Group (GHG).
Brown Rudnick has strengthened its Paris team with the hire of partners from French firms De Gaulle Fleurance & Associés and August & Debouzy.
Scottish firms Burness Paull and Levy & McRae are facing legal action from the liquidators of Heather Capital over their involvement in the collapse of the $400m hedge fund.
William Fry has emerged as the winner of the Irish Department of Finance’s tender to appoint a legal adviser to work on the potential capital restructuring of Ireland’s investments in Allied Irish Banks (AIB).
White & Case has advised logistics and parcel distribution company DX Group on its acquisition of assets from its collapsed competitor City Link.
Gateley, Macfarlanes and Mayer Brown have all played key roles advising on the controversial administration of courier business City Link, which was handed over to EY on Christmas Eve.
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