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Hogan Lovells Publications

A creditor's game plan in Chapter 11: Five things to consider

Make sure you are correctly listed on the master mailing matrix or hire counsel to make a formal appearance to make sure you get notices of what's happening in the case. Check to see if a...

Insights

A soft touch - Hong Kong Court recognises foreign appointed provisional liquidators for company restructuring
Registered Content

The Hong Kong Courts in Joint Provisional Liquidators of Moody Technology Holdings Limited [2020] HKCFI 416 have confirmed the continued recognition and assistance of foreign appointed...

Analysis

Hot on the heels – Hong Kong Court continues to favour corporate restructuring of overseas entities
Registered Content

The Hong Kong Court has once again confirmed its commitment to recognise cross-border restructuring efforts, despite the absence of any statutory restructuring regime. Taking inspiration...

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Coronavirus & civil procedure – Digital hearings in international court proceedings

The coronavirus is slowing down court proceedings and its effects are felt across national borders: witnesses are stuck abroad, travel restrictions are preventing experts from appearing in...

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A welcome red packet – Hong Kong court recognises mainland Chinese administrators for first time
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Just in time for Chinese New Year, a Hong Kong court has taken a major step forward in the developing law on cross-border insolvency by recognising a mainland Chinese liquidation for the...

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How a constitutional amendment is transforming litigation in Mexico

In 2017, Mexico’s congress approved a key amendment to its Federal Commercial Code. The amendment is now driving dramatic changes to the country’s trial process. One of those...

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Hong Kong Court confirms common law recognition and assistance for foreign voluntary liquidations

On 8 February 2018, the Hong Kong Court of First Instance (the "Hong Kong Court") ruled that the common law power to recognise and assist foreign insolvency proceedings extends to voluntary ...

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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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