The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is pushing both US and foreign borrowers to consider US bankruptcy options. This article explores what lenders need to know about US Bankruptcy Code to protect their investment.
This article discusses the extraordinary circumstances in which a party’s nonperformance of its contractual obligations may be excused under the New York common law.
We have formed a dedicated team to assist our clients worldwide to deal with any and all challenges faced by businesses affected by the government lockdowns.
WFW advises ZEABORN on acquisition of all shares in “ZEAMARINE” joint venture from New Mountain Capital30 April 2019
We are very happy to have advised ZEABORN again on a challenging and strategically important transaction for them.
Our authors examine the various finance scenarios for scrubbers in anticipation of IMO 2020.
Charles Buss, John Kissane and David Osborne discuss the recent English Admirality Court decision in Close Brothers v (1) AIS (Marine) 2 Limited (2) Paul Chandler.
The New York office of international law firm Watson Farley & Williams (“WFW”) has advised Freeboard. . .
What are the risks faced by international and domestic lenders when dealing with a borrower in financial difficulties in Germany?
Bankruptcy remote structures are increasingly being used in the origination and restructuring of shipping debt.