New ground in insolvency in Guernsey
Ogier's team continues to be at the forefront of Restructuring and Insolvency law, acting in two matters that have broken new ground in Guernsey recently.
Partner Mathew Newman appeared before the Guernsey Royal Court for the applicants in two matters which raised several legal issues, some of which have not have been addressed previously by the court. In this briefing, Mathew and senior associate Emma Hill examine the applications.
Read the full article: New ground in insolvency in Guernsey
Cayman appeal court hands down two important decisions in appraisal cases under section 238 of the Companies Law
Head of Ogier's Cayman Dispute Resolution team, partner Rachael Reynolds, examines two recent Cayman Islands Court of Appeal decisions which will impact the position of Dissenting Shareholders in fair value appraisal cases coming before the Cayman courts.
Ogier's work recognised in second restructuring deal award in five months
Ogier's work on the successful restructuring of Mongolian Mining Corporation has been recognised after the deal was named Restructuring Deal of the Year at the IFLR Asian Awards. The team was led by partners Anthony Oakes and Oliver Payne in Hong Kong, and partner Bruce MacNeil in Jersey.
Read the news story here: Ogier's work recognised in second restructuring deal award in five months
Investec v Glenalla: implications for the Trusts (Jersey) Law
A recent appeal against a decision of the Guernsey Court of Appeal raised points of general public importance regarding the interpretation of articles 26 and 32 of the Trusts (Jersey) Law 1984 (TJL).
The court's decision will be welcomed by many legal practitioners, not only because of the certainty regarding the protections afforded by articles 32 and 26(2) TJL, but also in respect of the Privy Council's strong comments regarding the right of appeal to the Privy Council.
Read the full article by Advocate Abby Lund and partner Simon Davies here: Investec v Glenalla: implications for the Trusts (Jersey) Law
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