Cross Border Insolvency

Recently, insolvency cases have involved international elements such as overseas creditors and assets located in foreign jurisdictions. As such, resolving international issues is important to fully implement and complete insolvency proceedings. Specialized skill and knowledge are required to cope with these international issues, such as the implementation of recognition proceedings to secure the assets located in foreign jurisdictions, as well as conducting negotiations with overseas creditors. Our firm has lawyers who are qualified to practice various foreign laws and who have considerable experience handling international insolvency matters and are able to give advice on international issues. Our firm also has established networks with foreign law firms on a global basis, including Asia, US and Europe, and is able to provide a one-stop service whenever foreign legal advice is necessary.

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