TMA Town Hall for August 5, 2020

Chapter 15 - The Next Wave of Opportunities for U.S. Restructuring Professionals? sponsored by Hilco Global

A working knowledge of Chapter 15 is something every practitioner should have in his or her toolbox. Learn about this important part of the U.S. Bankruptcy code...

TMA France

June 25, 2020

TMA's newest chapter hosted its first-ever webinar. French, English, and German experts in turnaround and restructuring will discuss the major consequences of the Covid-19 crisis in their markets. The discussions will cover financial measures, labour law, and cross-border...

The 2019 TMA Annual

From The 2019 TMA Annual

Expand your horizons and explore recent happenings in cross-border insolvencies during this period of economic uncertainty. Key players from large international cases will discuss jurisdictional considerations, challenges assisting clients in foreign jurisdictions...

On April 1, 2019, the signs and flags in an industrial area of Zagreb, the capital of Croatia in the South-East of Europe, turned from red to green; the old Agrokor letters on red background were replaced by the new green logo of the Fortenova Group. The date marked the successful end of a...
Recreational cannabis use became legal in Canada on October 17, 2018. Canada is now the second country in the world—and the first G-7 nation—to authorize a national cannabis market. 1 The passage of Bill C-45, otherwise known as the Cannabis Act, marks a historical moment for advocates of cannabis...
In recent years, there has been an upward trend in the use of the Canadian insolvency regime as a mechanism to “detach” an unprofitable Canadian subsidiary from a larger corporate enterprise. In circumstances where an economically viable parent is hemorrhaging losses as a result of its Canadian...
Historically low interest rates resulting from quantitative easing in the developed markets have afforded relatively easy access to capital, making it possible for distressed companies around the globe to refinance rather than restructure as capital markets continue to flow. In China, bank capital...
Canada, Oil & Gas, Cross-Border
In Redwater Energy Corporation (Re) , the Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta held that certain sections of the Oil and Gas Conservation Act (Alberta) and Pipeline Act (Alberta) are inoperative to the extent that they are used by the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) to prevent the abandonment or...
A person or corporation that “resides or has a domicile, a place of business, or property in the United States” may file a bankruptcy petition in a U.S. Bankruptcy Court. Given that U.S. courts have taken an expansive view of their jurisdiction under this portion of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code, there...
In Canada, compromises and arrangements with creditors can be pursued under the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act (CCAA). To reorganize under the CCAA, the debtor must be an insolvent corporate entity, formed under Canadian or foreign law, with a total amount of claims against it or its...