Leyza Blanco is part of a bankruptcy law trend that is likely to shed its obscurity as multinational companies fight to survive the fallout of the global recession. When the Miami-based GrayRobinson attorney filed a Chapter 15 action on behalf of a Bahamian client, it marked only the seventh time in four years such a case had been filed in South Florida. Chapter 15 and its international equivalents offer one main bankruptcy in which parties around the world can have their issues adjudicated.
Multinational Bankruptcies for a Global Recession
Daily Business Review
December 1, 2009