In This Issue:
- Main Article:
..Tronox Inc. v. Anadarko Petroleum Corp. (In re Tronox Inc.) – Bankruptcy Court Takes Unusual Steps to Declare Corporate Restructuring a Fraudulent Transfer
- Noted With Interest:
..The Scope of Copyright Protection over Sherlock Holmes Characters Is Far from “Elementary”
- Practice Area Notes:
..Appellate Practice Update
..Class Action Litigation Update
..Life Sciences Litigation Update
..Quinn Emanuel Knocks Out China Suit Against Cisco
..Complete Defense Verdict for Google in Delaware Patent Jury Trial
..Quinn Emanuel Continues Historic Settlement Victories for the Federal Housing Finance Agency
..Victory for Allstate in RMBS Motion to Dismiss
- Excerpt from ronox Inc. v. Anadarko Petroleum Corp. (In re Tronox Inc.) – Bankruptcy Court Takes Unusual Steps to Declare Corporate Restructuring a Fraudulent Transfer:
Companies that have valuable assets but also face significant liabilities will sometimes engage in restructurings to isolate, or “ring-fence,” the good assets from the liabilities. Often the companies are able to accomplish their shuffling of assets without judicial interference, especially if they proceed over a period of years and justify the transactions with analyses from independent professionals and industry observers.
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Topics: China, Cisco, Class Action, Copyright, Corporate Restructuring, FHFA, Fraudulent Transfers, Google, Life Sciences, Oil & Gas, Patent Litigation, Patents, Sherlock Holmes
Published In: Bankruptcy Updates, Civil Procedure Updates, General Business Updates, Intellectual Property Updates, Securities Updates
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