World in transition: Expectations for the new US administration
The European leveraged finance market remains resilient following a year of unprecedented hardship, as lenders dissect credits to determine the best possible deals, from business fundamentals to pricing and documentary terms
As the COVID-19 outbreak continues to escalate, ensuring wellbeing of employees is paramount, but it is not the only challenge. There is a vast sway of operational and legal issues that businesses must address, too.
This report is the first of a series in which White & Case's International Trade Group will examine the Biden administration's trade agenda and the key institutions that shape US trade policy.
The UK has left the EU but there remains a vast array of operational and legal issues for businesses to address. See below for our perspectives on the key challenges and opportunities that Brexit presents for different industries and sectors.
An active fourth quarter and strong economic fundamentals signal a busy year ahead for South Korean dealmaking
As the dust begins to settle, shareholder activists are making a comeback
European Leveraged Finance Client Alert Series: February 2021
Despite encouraging signs that economies could reopen as COVID-19 vaccinations are rolled out, additional waves of infections and extended travel restrictions weigh heavily on the leisure and hospitality industry
Commercial chapter 11 filings in the US increased significantly in 2020, but government stimulus measures and widespread availability of fresh capital resulted in fewer corporate restructurings than many anticipated—that could change in the next 12 months