Royal Decree Law 4/2014, intended to promote efficiency in Spanish insolvency proceedings, is officially enacted with some important updates.
The Spanish legislature has finally enacted Royal Decree Law 4/2014 (the...more
A second round of material reforms should encourage the viability of distressed companies in Spain.
Royal Decree Law 11/2014 (the New Reform) is another clear effort to decrease the number of insolvent companies which...more
Proceedings from the courts’ seminar address some material uncertainties, but ambiguities — especially over Social Security — remain.
Catalonian Mercantile Courts recently held a seminar and reached a common...more
The Royal Decree Law 4/2014 of 7 March significantly amends the Spanish Insolvency Law, ostensibly in favor of refinancing agreements.
With the approval of Royal Decree Law 4/2014 of 7 March on urgent measures...more
Luxembourg court decisions allow secured lenders to enforce Gecina share pledge.
A controversial insolvency dispute winding its way through courts in Spain and Luxembourg may reinforce the rights of secured lenders to...more
On November 30, 2013, the Spanish legislator approved a recent amendment to Spanish insolvency law, introduced in March 2013, to clarify that a claim transferred to Spanish “bad bank” Sareb, and subsequently sold by Sareb to...more
Proceedings from the Courts’ seminar on the homologation of refinancing agreements clarify some material uncertainties.*
As a result of a recent seminar, the Catalonian Mercantile Courts have...more
The Spanish Congress has approved important amendments into the so-called Spanish scheme of arrangements, to facilitate Spanish company refinancings.
The approval of Law 14/2013, 27 September on support for entrepreneurs...more