Don’t Cry for Me Argentine Bondholders: Argentina and Exchange Bondholders File Certiorari Petitions

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On February 18, both Argentina and the Exchange Bondholders Group filed petitions for writs of certiorari with the Supreme Court, seeking review of the Second Circuit’s rulings in the pari passu litigation. We discuss below the certiorari procedure, followed by comments on substantive arguments raised by Argentina and the Exchange Bondholders.

Our many prior comments on Argentina’s pari passu litigation, as well as all of the material pleadings and decisions (including the two February 18 certiorari petitions), can be found below.

Please see full memo below for more information.

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Topics:  Bonds, Certiorari, SCOTUS

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