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Covid-19 Aviation Restructuring Report 2.0
Airlines across the globe continue to fight for their survival in the midst of the Covid-19 crisis. In our highly regarded report, we explore the restructuring trends that have emerged and some significant changes to legislation in the UK. Now in its second edition, the report also incorporates a valuable table comparing the key features of a UK scheme of arrangement, a UK restructuring plan and the US’s Chapter 11 rehabilitation procedure, as well as case studies on the restructurings of Virgin Atlantic Airways and Malaysian Airlines Berhad.
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This issue of Commercial Disputes Weekly contains some valuable lessons on ensuring that you consider carefully what you are agreeing to as well as making sure finalise the contracting process. We also consider a decision on the interpretation of section 11 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985 and when a party should be allowed to defend the claim against them.
The decision reinforces the guiding principle that contemnors must make good what has been lost as a result of their contempt.