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Hogan Lovells Publications

Energy Disputes Global Trends and Perspectives

Our Energy Disputes team is focused where business leaders are focused—on practical and comprehensive solutions. Disputes are inevitable and come in all shapes and sizes.

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Hogan Lovells partners riff on redesigned Singapore insolvency law

Hogan Lovells business restructuring and insolvency practice partners Ron Silverman, Robin Keller, and Shaun Langhorne recently joined Debtwire senior legal content specialist Richard...

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Countering counterparty insolvency

These days, the threat of counterparty insolvency looms over the energy sector: whether it is a natural disaster or precipitous decline in the price of oil, perhaps no industry is more...

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Third Circuit enforces make-whole premium for secured lenders in energy future holdings bankruptcy

The Third Circuit issued an opinion in In re Energy Future Holdings Corp., No. 16-1351, 16-1926, 16-1927, and 16-1928 (November 17, 2016), holding that the First and Second Lien Noteholders ...

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Trump Entertainment: District of Delaware Joins the Debate Regarding Bankruptcy Code Section 1113 Application to Expired Collective Bargaining Agreements

Recently the Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware approved the rejection of an expired collective bargaining agreement (CBA), joining an increasingly long list of districts that...

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Business Restructuring and Insolvency Newsletter Summer 2013

Welcome to the June edition of the BRI Newsletter which considers a whole range of issues from lender liability in France to the future of the balance sheet test post-Eurosail in the UK and ...

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Navigating the Eurozone Crisis

In light of the upcoming Greek election on 17 June and the continuing uncertainty about the resolution of the Eurozone crisis, Hogan Lovells has drawn on its pan-European capabilities to...

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Bankruptcy sale orders may not always prevent successor liability claims against asset purchasers

A purchaser of assets from a debtor in bankruptcy may not be able to rely entirely on bankruptcy court approval of the sale to bar a claim arising long after the sale and based on a claimed ...

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