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Litigation & Insolvency

Expertise

5 lions walking in a line

Harneys has been at the forefront of the development of offshore jurisprudence for decades and has been involved in the most significant global disputes winning keynote victories for our clients and often helping shape the law.

We are offshore litigation and insolvency specialists, with a team that spans the BVI, the Cayman Islands, Hong Kong, London, Shanghai, and Singapore. We provide clear, timely, and innovative solutions for our clients in complex multi-jurisdictional disputes.

Our client base is diverse, encompassing leading international and regional accountancy practices, onshore law firms, financial institutions, insolvency office holders, official and unofficial creditors’ committees, private equity sponsors, hedge funds, debtor in possession loan providers, directors, trustees, shareholders and corporate debtors. We have acted, and continue to act, for some of the world’s largest corporations including the Big Four accounting firms, Barclays, HSBC, Grant Thornton, Credit Suisse, BP, and TNK as well as the world’s leading law firms.

We frequently advise lenders and investors at all levels of the capital structure, corporates, and insolvency officeholders on the use of schemes of arrangements in the context of parallel restructurings or reorganisation procedures in other jurisdictions, such as Chapter 11 of the US Bankruptcy Code or parallel schemes of arrangement in other common law jurisdictions.

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