Investments: The legal labyrinths of leverage
Increasingly complex investment structures are frequently becoming the subjects of litigation. Anthony de Garr Robinson QC and Graeme Halkerston examine some of the finer points
During the past few years, parties to complex investment structures, particularly highly leveraged structures, have been the subject of legal skirmishes, both in England and in the leading offshore jurisdictions. Many of these disputes have taken place in private, or have settled before getting to court. However, moves towards full litigation are becoming apparent.
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