Bedell Cristin senior partners contribute to American Bankruptcy Institute project
02 June 2020
Senior partners at Bedell Cristin have contributed to an online project – titled Global Insolvency - through the American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI), that collates the macro and micro-economic efforts being made by various jurisdictions in response to the pandemic.
Alasdair Davidson, Edward Drummond and Laura Hatfield contributed to Global Insolvency’s Covid-19 update by reporting the changes implemented in Guernsey, Jersey and Singapore; including fiscal measures, health policy responses and other measures.
ABI is America’s largest association of bankruptcy professionals with over 13,000 members which serves as a comprehensive source of information on current issues surrounding international insolvency and restructuring law.
It is also the leading American provider of bankruptcy educational programs, produces numerous publications and testifies before Congress.
Bedell Cristin’s involvement with Global Insolvency showcases its commitment and experience in delivering expert client service in multiple jurisdictions across the world and demonstrates the firm’s credibility in the insolvency and restructuring legal space.
We were pleased to be invited to contribute and share updates from our jurisdictions with the ABI’s members.
To find out more about Global Insolvency’s Covid-19 update and to read the relevant jurisdictional reports please refer to the following links:
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