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Federal Judge Dismisses Claims In Nationwide Default Servicing Class Action

by Goodwin on

On March 30, 2017, Judge Karas of the Southern District of New York dismissed multiple claims in a putative nationwide class action challenging default servicing activities. In the case, Tardibuono-Quigley v. HSBC Mortgage...more

Connecticut Court Holds No Coverage for Late Notice Under D&O Policy

In Zahoruiko v. Fed. Ins. Co., No. 3:15-cv-474 (VLB), 2017 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 28204 (D. Conn. Feb. 28, 2017), the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut had occasion to consider whether an insured’s late...more

Global Private Equity Newsletter - Spring 2017 Edition: Recent Developments in Acquisition Finance

by Dechert LLP on

When a portfolio company underperforms, an equity sponsor will want to assess the degree of negotiating leverage the company’s lenders have against the company under the circumstances, which can play a significant role in...more

Episode 3: Professor Peter Molk Interview on Drafting Around LLC Default Rules [Audio]

by Farrell Fritz, P.C. on

In this episode, Prof. Peter Molk of the Willamette University College of Law discusses his groundbreaking study and forthcoming law review article on how LLC owners draft their agreements to strengthen or weaken the owner...more

The Supreme Court reinforces the SAAMCo Principle

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The Supreme Court in BPE Solicitors v. Hughes-Holland [2017] UKSC 21 (also known as Gabriel v. Little) has considered for the first time, and reinforced, the principles set out in the landmark professional negligence case of...more

Chris Lazarini Comments on Covenant of Good Faith and Fair Dealing

by Bass, Berry & Sims PLC on

Bass, Berry & Sims attorney Chris Lazarini commented on a case in which the plaintiff claimed Merrill Lynch acted improperly in selling shares held as collateral for a loan when plaintiff had not defaulted on the loan. The...more

Pursuing non-performing loans in the Middle East A key issue checklist for financial institutions

by DLA Piper on

With liquidity again becoming a serious concern in the region, we are witnessing a sharp uptick in the number of instructions from regional and international lenders relating to (i) regional borrowers failing to repay a loan;...more

SEC Proposes Amendments to Rule 15c2-12 to Expand Municipal Securities Disclosures

On March 1, 2017, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) published for comment proposed amendments to Rule 15c2-12 under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (Exchange Act) that would expand the list of events triggering...more

SEC Proposes Significant Alterations for Financial Obligation Disclosures for Governmental Issuers and Certain Nonprofit...

by Polsinelli on

The Securities and Exchange Commission (the "SEC") recently sent a clear message to participants in the municipal markets: it intends to require a greater level of disclosure, and more timely disclosure, regarding an...more

Are the Assets in Custody?

by Bryan Cave on

Lenders to funds and other borrowers often extend credit based on a security interest over assets that are held in custody. The lender is granted a security interest in the relevant custody account and all of the cash,...more

Ninth Circuit Affirms Dismissal of Default Servicing Class Action

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Last month, the Ninth Circuit affirmed dismissal of a putative class action that challenged certain fees imposed for property inspections conducted after the named plaintiffs had defaulted on their mortgages. Demonstrating...more

High Court upholds rejection of argument 2% default interest is a penalty - At the end of November 2016, in a good news story for...

by Dentons on

At the end of November 2016, in a good news story for lenders, we reported on a victory in the NSW Court of Appeal where the court held the application of a 2% default interest margin under a loan contract was not a penalty....more

Bankruptcy Is Not A Borrower Antidote For Loan “Default Interest”

Defaulting on a loan typically triggers a higher interest rate — “default interest” — as one of many consequences for the borrower. (Other consequences include acceleration of the maturity, late fees and penalties, and...more

Handy List of Basic Issues to Consider for the Transactional Workout

by Bryan Cave on

While significant energy here at the Bankruptcy Cave is devoted to substantive bankruptcy matters, not all aspects of a general insolvency practice are always fun and litigation. Oftentimes insolvency lawyers add the most...more

European Banking Authority Final Guidelines on Application of Definition of Default Enter Into Force

by Shearman & Sterling LLP on

The European Banking Authority published translations of the final Guidelines specifying the application of the definition of default in relation to the Internal Ratings Based Approach and the Standardized Approach under the...more

Curing Default in Chapter 11 Bankruptcy May Require Debtors to Pay Default Interest to Secured Creditors.

by Butler Snow LLP on

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals recently took up the issue of a Chapter 11 Debtor’s requirements to cure a loan default through its Chapter 11 plan. The result was a ruling that overturned previous law that entitled...more

The Redemption 'Make Whole' Remedy Controversy – An Easy Fix

The new year has brought an unexpected controversy in an otherwise very issuer-friendly high yield bond market, one involving limiting the available remedies following default that were expanded in last year’s decision by the...more

Ninth Circuit Holds Debtor Must Pay Default Interest Rate in Order to Cure Under Bankruptcy Plan

by Murtha Cullina on

In a win for secured creditors, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals recently held that a debtor who sought to cure a pre-petition default of its loan through its Chapter 11 plan must pay the default rate of interest set forth...more

Recent Cases Restrict Issuers' Ability to Avoid Paying Premiums

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Indentures governing high yield and investment grade notes typically provide for a make-whole or other premium to be paid if the issuer redeems the underlying notes prior to maturity. The premiums are intended to compensate...more

Class X Litigation: Not So Appealing

by Reed Smith on

Following their loss at first instance in Titan Europe 2006-1 P.L.C. and others [2016] EWHC 969 (Ch), the Class X Noteholder appealed the decision in respect of the central issue in the proceedings – when calculating the...more

Commercial Division Enforces Strict Compliance With Change-of-Control Notice Requirement

In GSMC II 2006-GC6 Bridgewater Hills Corporate Center, LLC v. Lexington Realty Trust, Case No. 653117/2015, 2016 BL 378261 (N.Y. Sup. Ct. Nov. 2, 2016), Justice Jeffrey K. Oing of the Commercial Division denied a motion to...more

Penalty doctrine rejected: Arab Bank Australia Ltd v Sayde Developments Pty Ltd [2016] NSWCA 328

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In what will be further good news for lenders, the NSW Court of Appeal has recently held that the application of a 2% default interest margin under a loan contract is not a penalty. ...more

Ninth Circuit Reverses Itself on Payment of Default Interest in Cure Cases

by Dechert LLP on

Reversing its long standing precedent, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit held that when a chapter 11 debtor cures a default under its loan agreements, the debtor is required to pay default interest as required...more

Franchisors Should Consider Signing a Conditional Lease Assignment Rather Than a Franchisee’s Lease

by Snell & Wilmer on

In Franchise & High Properties, LLC v. Happy’s Franchise, LLC, a 2015 decision issued by the Court of Appeals in Michigan, the franchisor, Happy’s Pizza Franchise, LLC, signed a five-year lease for the commercial space to be...more

No Free Houses—Florida Supreme Court Approves Fifth DCA’s Bartram Decision and Extension of Singleton v. Greymar

The mortgage industry scored a significant victory last week when the Florida Supreme Court released its decision in Bartram v. U.S. Bank, N.A. broadly approving of the approach taken by the Fifth District Court of Appeal and...more

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