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.
COVID-19 is likely to have a significant economic impact on Thailand’s exporters, sellers and traders. To what extent can trade credit insurance assist companies dealing with these increased risks?
This article outlines the basic functions of CORSIA, identifies risk mitigation measures which lenders might take to protect their position and addresses how COVID-19 might reshape the mechanics for airlines meeting CORSIA emissions targets
This articles explores how Thai Airlines International’s rehabilitation may affect the Thai aviation sector.
The COVID-19 Pendulum – will this be the catalyst for change in brand approaches to management and franchise agreements?
The Marshall Islands has adopted a regulation permitting shareholders to participate remotely in annual shareholder meetings.
As the construction industry prepares itself for the gradual return to the “new normal”, this note considers the lessons learnt from the last two months.
Nasdaq announces new delisting standards and temporary relief for listed companies with depressed trading prices.
This note summarises the key temporary changes to the regulatory framework for companies listed in the UK that have been announced to date in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and provides suggestions on how such companies might mitigate the disruption from COVID-19 including the use of virtual AGMs.
This is the fifth of our five-part series covering the issues facing the construction industry in five different jurisdictions across the world in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.