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Review Of 2018 Offshore Fund Disputes
Funds were very much in view in the offshore courts during 2018 with the high profile liquidations of Abraaj and Platinum Partners in the Cayman Islands
Cayman Islands
8 Feb 2019
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In The Courts: Trust Disputes
In Bermuda, the Supreme Court considered whether it has jurisdiction to require the directors of a corporate trustee to resign
Bermuda
7 Feb 2019
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In The Courts: Insolvency & Restructuring
Many offshore jurisdictions have dug into the foundations of proposed winding-up petitions to determine if a winding-up is indeed appropriate.
Guernsey
7 Feb 2019
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In The Courts: Fund Disputes
Funds were very much in view in the offshore courts during 2018 with the high-profile liquidations of Abraaj and Platinum Partners in the Cayman Islands ...
Cayman Islands
7 Feb 2019
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In The Courts: Companies
In Antow Holdings Limited v. Best Nation Investments Limited, a case concerning a challenge to the transfer of shares, the Eastern Caribbean Court of Appeal ...
British Virgin Islands
7 Feb 2019
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In The Courts: Civil Procedure
When a Russian company brings a claim in the BVI against two Russian employees, employed under Russian law service agreements, it is perhaps not surprising that a forum challenge would ensue
British Virgin Islands
7 Feb 2019
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In The Courts In 2018: An Appleby Review Of Offshore Court Decisions
Welcome to the latest issue of Appleby's annual "In The Courts" publication, a round-up of the most interesting decisions handed down by the courts of our offshore jurisdictions in 2018.
Cayman Islands
7 Feb 2019
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PIAM v Upper Brook (A) Ltd & Ors: Important Decision On Scope Of UN And EU Sanctions
International sanctions were imposed by the United Nations in respect of Libya in 2011.
Cayman Islands
5 Feb 2019
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The Changing Landscape Of Litigation Funding In Cayman
Businesses that litigate in the Cayman Islands courts have historically had few alternatives to the traditional funding model, i.e., paying a law firm a fixed hourly rate.
Cayman Islands
23 Sep 2018
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Global Litigation Funding Opportunities
New rules mean third-party litigation funding has become acceptable in the Cayman Islands and Hong Kong in certain instances, opening up new investment opportunities for the growing number of hedge fund operating in the space.
Cayman Islands
20 Feb 2018
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In The Courts In 2017: An Appleby Review Of Offshore Court Decisions
It is once again time for Appleby's round-up of significant decisions handed down by the courts of our various jurisdictions in the preceding year.
Worldwide
31 Jan 2018
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Redemption Clawback Claims Get Green Light From Privy Council
Claims by funds against investors who have successfully redeemed have hitherto enjoyed limited success in the Cayman Islands.
Cayman Islands
30 Nov 2017
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Primeo Fund v HSSL And Another: "If It's Too Good To Be True, Then It Probably Is"
A Cayman fund that was "to a very substantial degree, the author of its own misfortune" has lost its USD 2 billion suit to recover Madoff related losses from its custodian and administrator.
Cayman Islands
12 Sep 2017
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Update: Cayman Islands Confidential Relationships Law Now Repealed
By way of update to our eAlert of 16 May, we can report that with the gazetting and immediate entry into force of the Confidential Information Disclosure Law, 2016...
Cayman Islands
28 Jul 2016
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Notification Injunctions - A New Tool For Asset Preservation?
When plaintiffs sue for substantial damages they need to be confident that the defendant has assets to meet a judgment.
Cayman Islands
19 May 2016
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In The Matter Of The SPhinX Group Of Companies
The impact of arbitration clauses on corporate insolvency litigation is still being worked out in the offshore world.
Cayman Islands
14 Apr 2016
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Re PAC Limited (In Official Liquidation): How To Empower Cayman Liquidation Committees
It is sometimes assumed that the liquidation committee of an insolvent Cayman company can do little when it disagrees with decisions by liquidators.
Cayman Islands
4 Jan 2016
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