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Dominic Mc Cahill advises companies and creditors in corporate restructuring matters with an emphasis on cross-border situations.
 EWHC 463 (Ch): Questions as to the proper interpretation of an insolvency acceleration clause in US medium term notes and the operation payment priority provisions contained in relevant security documents and their impact on the role and duties of receivers appointed pursuant to their terms.
 BCC 542: Interests of nominee and beneficial shareholders under Section 459 of the Companies Act 1985 and the inter-action between the remedies available under that section and the principle of "reflective loss".
Admitted to the Bar of the Eastern Caribbean (British Virgin Islands) Called to the Bars of Bermuda, the Cayman Islands and the Isle of Man for specific cases Rights of audience in Brunei Darussalam for specific cases "Re Business Environment Fleet Street Ltd (in Administration) - ' The application of paragraph 72 of Schedule B1 to the Insolvency Act 1986: the importance of possession..the facts, the evidence and the relevant property'": "The Company Lawyer" Member of the: the Association of Business Recovery Professionals ("R3"), the Insolvency Lawyers' Association, Restructuring and Insolvency Specialists Association ("RISA"), the Chancery Bar Association, the Commercial Bar Association and the Singapore Chamber of Maritime Arbitration.
delivered to members of the Corporate, Litigation and Restructuring Departments of Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP.
In re Elenin, decd; Lockston Group Inc v Wood  .
BG v BA (deceased)  EWHC 3947 (Fam): Joint application for the court to construe a financial remedies consent order to determine whether the wife or the estate of the late husband ought to discharge €9.2m of French tax charged against a valuable French property.
Re Gertner; CFL Finance Ltd v Rubin  EWHC 111 (Ch), a significant challenge to a voluntary arrangement proposed by a property tycoon once ranked amongst Britain’s richest individuals - alleged £600 Million in debt to 31 creditors including Kaupthing Bank and CFL; Ronelp Marine Ltd v STX Offshore & Shipbuilding Co Ltd  EWHC 2228 (Ch), a successful application to lift a stay of the Commercial Court action imposed under the Cross-Border Insolvency Regulations following the Defendant entering into Korean insolvency proceedings; Glasgow Rangers FC, acting for and advising the liquidators of the company in relation to various proceedings; The Hillsborough Disaster acting for the company that formerly owned Sheffield Wednesday Football Club and the Hillsborough stadium; Globo Plc, acting for the company and the company's administrators; Washington Special Opportunity Fund Limited, acting for the fund in the successful defence of a winding up application in the Cayman Islands; African Minerals, acting for the principal lender to the company in relation to its ability to enforce its security over assets situated outside the UK; Phones 4U, acting for the security trustee in relation to the company's insolvency and in relation to ability of the administrators of the company to deal with assets subject security; OAS Group, acting for bondholders in relation to the restructuring of the Brazil based corporate group; Southsea Mortgage and Investment Company Limited, represented the Bank of England on the successful application for the making of the first ever bank insolvency order; Assetco Plc, on behalf of the company, sought and obtained an interim mandatory injunction against the company's CEO requiring him to vote in favour of a £16 million share placement; , acting on behalf of Gordon Ramsay and related companies in relation to a dispute as regards the ownership of the restaurant "Petrus"; The Saad Group, on behalf of the liquidators of a number of the Cayman Islands incorporated companies); Cattles Group, on behalf of the proposed administrators; Connaught Group, on behalf of the companies; Portsmouth City FC, on behalf of one of the club's former owners); SPhin X (acting on behalf of the Liquidation Committee and individual members of the Liquidation Committee; Bernard Madoff, acting on behalf of the joint liquidators of "feeder funds" based in the British Virgin Islands and for investors in other funds based in the Cayman Islands; Pioneer Freight Futures Limited, acting for the liquidators of one of the world's largest freight futures traders in both England and the British Virgin Islands; Value Discovery Partners, acting for the liquidators in relation to a solvent dissolution of a BVI limited partnership; The Dawnay Day Group, acting on behalf of the liquidators of a number of group companies; The Mall Funding Plc, acting on behalf of the group companies in relation to their restructuring; Lehman Brothers, acting on behalf of the liquidators of the Hong Kong companies and in the UK for the company's landlords and various counterparties, clients and creditors of the Lehman group; Gallery Capital SA and Gallery Media Group Limited, advising and representing the companies as regards their restructuring, COMI migration and schemes of arrangement; Landsbanki, on behalf of senior management of the bank's London branch; Kaupthing Bank, on behalf of a number of counterparties to "repo" transactions; Wind Hellas, acting for bondholders in relation to the company's restructuring; Countrywide Plc, acting for bondholders in relation to the company's restructuring; British Vita Plc, acting for the company in relation to its restructuring and scheme of arrangement; Kaupthing Bank, on behalf of various depositors and counterparties); Northern Rock (on behalf of the proposed administrators; Olint TCI Corporation, acting for the liquidator of the company brought down by a massive "Ponzi" fraud in the Caribbean); Eurotunnel, on behalf of bondholders; Jarvis Plc, on behalf of the group's major creditors; MG Rover, on behalf of the administrators; My Travel Plc, on behalf of bondholders; British Energy, on behalf of major creditors; Railtrack Plc, on behalf of the Special Railway Administrators; Leeds United AFC, on behalf of the financers of a proposed rescue bid; Boston United FC, on behalf of the owners; Bradford City FC, on behalf of one of the club's major "football creditors"; Crystal Palace FC, on behalf of the club's bankers; Oxford United FC, on behalf of the club in relation to its CVA; Meridien Hotels , on behalf of the group companies; TXU Europe, on behalf of major creditors of the group; ITV Digital, on behalf of the company and the company's Administrators; ntl, on behalf of the company in relation to its restructuring; Enron, on behalf of the Administrators of the group companies; Cammell Laird Plc, on behalf of the administrators; Marconi Plc, on behalf of the companies bankers and bondholders; Global Crossing, on behalf of several group companies in the UK and Hong Kong; Energis Plc, on behalf of the company and the company's administrators; numerous schemes of arrangement, representing companies and creditors in relation to both solvent and insolvent schemes of arrangement across a variety of business sectors including: insurance, industrial, reinsurance, energy and leisure.
The Estate of Boris Berezovsky, acting for the trustees of the insolvent estate in relation to various proceedings concerning fraud and entitlement to assets under the control of the trustees) including: (COM) 117 OF 2013, successfully defending a claim for a freezing injunction against the defendant company in relation to proceedings involving allegations of fraud against the company and its Russian owner; , on behalf of the State and Government of Brunei Darussalam and the Brunei Investment Agency in worldwide litigation to recover misappropriated State assets; Bernard Madoff, acting on behalf of the joint liquidators of several "feeder funds" based in the British Virgin Islands and for investors in other funds based in the Cayman Islands in relation to the recovery of assets lost as a result of the fraud; , on behalf of the company in relation to allegations of tax fraud; Barings Bank, on behalf of bondholders in relation to litigation and other issues arising upon the collapse of the bank; Maxwell, on behalf of the largest of the pension funds in relation to litigation in both England and New York to recover misappropriated pension fund assets; BCCI, on behalf of the Ruler of Abu Dhabi and the Majority Shareholders in relation litigation involving misappropriation of assets and other issues arising upon the collapse of the bank; , acting for the claimant company in relation to claims against the defendants for wrongful appointment of receivers, miss-selling of financial derivative products and LIBOR fixing; MF Global, advising a number of clients and counter-parties in relation to the consequence of the administration of the investment bank; Lehman Brothers, a number of clients and counter-parties in relation to the consequence of the administration of the investment bank and also acting for the provisional liquidators of the Lehman Brothers in Hong Kong; , on behalf of the liquidators of the Kingate funds issues concerning status of share subscription monies held by the liquidators; Debt "buy-backs", advising a number of borrowers on their ability to buy-back debt from their lenders; Sphin X Group, advising and representing the Liquidation Committee and individual members of the Liquidation Committee in relation to various issues arising in the group companies' liquidations; Pioneer Freight Futures, advising the liquidators as to the construction of the freight forward contracts on ISDA terms;, on behalf of the bank in defending its claims to monies repaid by the borrower as against Customs & Excise; Landsbanki; Kaupthing Bank; Northern Rock; Barings; BCCI, as above - advising in relation to a variety of banking and financial transactional issues.
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