Publications

Hogan Lovells Publications

Taking the easy way out of business rescue proceedings

It's an open secret that the commendable goals envisaged by the legislature with the introduction of the business rescue proceedings in Chapter 6 of our Companies Act are being hampered as...

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African Resilience! Private equity in Africa proves its mettle

Despite numerous economic, political and regulatory challenges faced by investors, private equity in South Africa appears to continue to deliver long-term sustainable returns for its...

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Paying the piper

"Creditors have better memories than debtors."
 Benjamin Franklin


Publications

New BRI blog – The five minute workout

The latest perspectives in restructuring and insolvency.

Publications

Rescuing dead horses

What can the UK and South Africa learn from each other by comparing the business rescue regime with administration?



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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...

Published Works

The Supreme Court Will Rule on the Breadth of the Bankruptcy Code's Safe Harbor

The U.S. Supreme Court recently accepted for review the 7th Circuit's decision in FTI Consulting, Inc. v. Merit Management Group, LP, 830 F.3d 690 (7th Cir. 2016), cert. granted, No....

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