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Cadwalader regularly publishes materials, including newsletters and news alerts of interest to our clients. Our communications portfolio also includes articles authored by our attorneys, as well as information about events in which our personnel will participate.
Chris van Heerden, director at Cadwalader, authored an article, “Loan Transparency Proposals May Bring Some Clarity,” that appeared in Law360 on February 14 as part of the publication’s “Expert Analysis” column.
Cadwalader attorneys share some of the key issues for lenders when taking and enforcing security over a limited partner interest in an English limited partnership in Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law.
The final panel of CREFC Miami, which included partner Lisa Pauquette, brought together the themes that had been running through the conference: a modest uptick in maturity defaults presaging a larger wave, the challenges facing non-Class A office space, and the difficulties for borrowers of finding replacement financing for loans originated in a very different interest rate environment.
Cadwalader is proud to be a Gold sponsor at SFVegas 2024.
Cadwalader is proud to be a Platinum sponsor at the 13th Annual Global Fund Finance Symposium in Miami.
Cadwalader partner Lary Stromfeld will participate in the BCBS-Federal Reserve CCR Industry Outreach Conference.
The European Commission’s (“Commission”) substantially revised Market Definition Notice (“Revised Notice”) will make it significantly easier for it to allege that mergers and other transactions (“mergers”) are likely to “significantly impede effective competition.”
Parties structuring certain financial transactions to comply with the Bankruptcy Code safe harbor provisions, including protections from the avoidance powers in Section 548 of the Bankruptcy Code, must be cognizant of recent case law prescribing the identity of counterparties within the ambit of the provisions.
On 23 January the Court of Appeal unanimously overturned the High Court’s decision to sanction Adler’s restructuring plan, following a successful challenge from an ad hoc committee of noteholders (the AHG). The judgment is the first time a Part 26A restructuring plan has been considered by the Court of Appeal since the introduction of the provision in 2020.
Part 26A restructuring plans empower an English Court to order a compromise or arrangement of debt obligations, even if there is one or more dissenting class of creditors (a power referred to as "cross-class cram-down"). The Court may do this if (inter alia) it is satisfied that none of the members of the dissenting class or classes would be any “worse off” than they would be were the restructuring plan not to be sanctioned by the Court.
BrassTax is a monthly newsletter that provides clear and concise insights on important tax developments.
Cabinet News & Views is a weekly newsletter covering news in the financial services industry.
Cadwalader Climate is a twice-weekly newsletter that summarizes and provides the legal implications of climate-related developments.
Fund Finance Friday is a weekly market intelligence update for the fund finance market from Cadwalader.
REF News & Views is a monthly newsletter comprised of news and commentary around legal matters concerning mortgage finance, mezzanine finance, loan sales and construction finance.
State Attorney General Insider is a newsletter on the latest notable cases and updates from within the State Attorneys General community.
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