The Court of Appeal in London today gave judgment on Parts A and B of the Lehman Waterfall II Appeal, as part of the ongoing dispute as to the distribution of the estimated £8 billion surplus of assets in the main Lehman operating company in Europe, Lehman Brothers International (Europe)Read the full article →
Weil, Gotshal & Manges is pleased to sponsor the TMA Network of Women panel at the TMA Annual Conference taking place in London in November. Weil has been a long-time supporter of the Turnaround Management Association UK, which brings together professionals from across the UK, Europe and worldwide to meet,Read the full article →
The Supreme Court in London today gave judgment in the Waterfall I appeal, a dispute as to the distribution of the estimated £8 billion surplus of assets in the main Lehman operating company in Europe, Lehman Brothers International (Europe) (LBIE). LBIE entered administration on 15 September 2008 and has nowRead the full article →
The French conciliation procedure, introduced in 2005, has become such a key procedure in France that it cannot be ignored. For any restructuring involving France (whether partially or wholly), the possibility of a conciliation procedure has to be seriously considered.
The Insolvency Lawyers’ Association (ILA) has announced that Adam Plainer, Head of the Business Finance and Restructuring Group at Weil, Gotshal & Manges (London) LLP, has been appointed its next President, with effect from April 2nd 2017. Adam succeeds Euan Clarke, dispute resolution partner at Linklaters. Adam said of hisRead the full article →