Using Chapter 15 to Implement Foreign Reorganization Plans in the U.S.

, New York Law Journal

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Timothy Graulich and Giorgio Bovenzi of Davis Polk & Wardwell write: As restructurings become increasingly cross border, Chapter 15 recognitions of foreign proceedings have become increasingly common. Although not sought in most Chapter 15 cases (and successfully obtained in even fewer cases), recognition of a foreign plan of reorganization is an important tool available to a Chapter 15 debtor.

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