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Rejected: Hong Kong Court Refuses Letters Of Request From US Federal Court
In Re A Civil Matter Now Pending in United States District Court for the Western District of Washington [2019] HKCFI 1738 , the Hong Kong Court of First Instance rejected two letters of request (the "LORs") from the...
Hong Kong
9 Aug 2019
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In The Matter Of CW Advanced Technologies Limited – An Intriguing Decision In Hong Kong Concerning Cross-Border Insolvencies And Restructurings And The New Singaporean Restructuring Regime
The High Court of Hong Kong has handed down an intriguing insolvency and restructuring decision which reaffirms the Hong Kong court's pragmatic approach to cross-border restructuring.
Hong Kong
3 Aug 2018
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Schemes: Recognition Or Parallel Schemes Of Arrangement
In response to the turbulent economic times seen of late, there has been a significant growth in the use of schemes of arrangement to compromise creditors' claims where the company in question is facing financial difficulty.
Hong Kong
2 Jul 2015
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Bar Date Imposed for Lehman Brothers' Hong Kong Entities
The insolvency proceedings of the Lehman Brothers' group of companies worldwide ("Group") are among the most complicated ones we have seen.
Hong Kong
7 Sep 2010
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Lehman Brothers´ Priority Provisions Upheld
The High Court of England and Wales recently upheld the priority given to investors over the rights of Lehman Brothers as a swap counterparty in a credit-linked note structure.
Hong Kong
5 Aug 2009
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A Comparative Analysis Of Security Registration Requirements In Offshore Jurisdictions
This article compares the laws of five offshore jurisdictions – Bermuda, Cayman Islands, Jersey, Mauritius and the British Virgin Islands (BVI) – concerning the registration of charges created over assets of companies (not including charges over land within the offshore territories, ships or aircraft).
Hong Kong
27 Jul 2009
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Is It "SAFE" Again To Make Private Equity Investments In China?
A major legal impediment to Chinese private equity investments appears to have been repealed, although it is not yet clear whether the new regulatory regime will in fact make it easier to actually implement such investments.
Hong Kong
30 Nov 2006
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