Category: Events
Category: Events

On Tuesday 9 October 2018, the Cross Border Litigation & Restructuring seminar will return to Hong Kong.

A collection of elite professionals from Harneys, PwC, Deloitte, Mayer Brown, Houlihan Lokey, Herbert Smith Freehills, & EY will take the stage at Thomson Reuters’ premises to present at the second Cross Border Litigation & Restructuring Seminar.

A mock hearing for the case of Total Assets Ltd. v Sinn Sisamouth (a notorious fraudster) and Smoke and Mirrors Ltd. will be held with top barrister Victor Joffe QC acting as Offshore Judge, Harneys’ Ian Mann making submissions on behalf of the applicant, and Harneys’ Andrew Johnstone acting for the respondent.

The programme also consists of sessions on “Valuation 101: Section 238 Applications”, “Restructuring Market Trends & Current Challenges, and “HK to Offshore Court co-operation: Litigation in a cross border context”.

We are looking forward to seeing attendees there!

Details

The case of Total Assets Ltd. v Sinn Sisamouth (a notorious fraudster) and Smoke and Mirrors Ltd.
Presiding Offshore Judge: Victor Joffe QC
Counsel for Total Trusts Limited: Ian Mann
Counsel for Sinn Sisamouth and Smoke and Mirrors Ltd: Andrew Johnstone  

Urgent Ex Parte Application for a worldwide freezing injunction.

Valuation 101: Section 238 Applications 
Sammy Lai, Deals Partner, PwC

Cayman Islands Appraisal Rights: How to determine a fair stock price and what are the relevant remedies for shareholders? What weight will merger price be given in an appraisal action bidding process?

Restructuring Market Trends & Current Challenges 
Chai Ridgers, Partner, Harneys

Eddie Middleton, Managing Director, Houlihan Lokey
Tom Pugh, Partner, Mayer Brown
Gary Doran, Partner, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu

How will the HKSE’s new proposals limit RTO restructurings? Has the White Knight funding boom ended? Recent cases: Noble, CERCG, Ocean Rig, China Agrotech. Cayman Islands and Hong Kong parallel restructurings in the post-China Agrotech era. How did we get here? DIP financing or super priority financing: Hyflux case, the PRC approach vs the Caribbean offshore approach. CW Group – collective insolvency proceeding or not?

HK to Offshore Court co-operation: Litigation in a cross border context
Vicky Lord, Partner, Harneys

Gareth Thomas, Partner, HSF
Andrew Koo, Partner, EY

The multi-jurisdictional super injunction: co-ordinating the Courts. Shareholder Disputes: The new standard for “unfair prejudice”. Using Receivers and Provisional Liquidators to take control of assets pending litigation. Jurisdiction in shareholder disputes in the post Nilon era: HK’s new role. Stop Notices and the “poor man’s injunction”. Is fraud the main driver in Mainland Chinese disputes?

The return date: Inter-Parties hearing of Total Assets Ltd. v Sinn Sisamouth (a notorious fraudster) and Smoke and Mirrors Ltd.
Presiding Offshore Judge: Victor Joffe QC 

Counsel for Total Trusts Limited: Ian Mann
Counsel for Sinn Sisamouth and Smoke and Mirrors Ltd: Andrew Johnstone  

Was the Court misled at the Ex-Parte stage? Andrew Johnstone, counsel for the Fraudster, will let you know.  

 

 

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