The Nuts and Bolts of Litigating a Cross-Border File

Oct 8, 2013 5:00pm – 

Jane Dietrich
Partner, Restructuring and Insolvency
Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP

Cross-border files, whether large or mid-size, are increasingly common in insolvency practice but can often be a procedural nightmare. Differing jurisdictional rules and procedures present a host of complexities which can be difficult to navigate and can result in significant and costly delays for you and your client. In this interactive seminar with Jane O. Dietrich, recognized by Chambers Global 2013 as a leading practitioner in restructuring/insolvency, you will get a comprehensive and practical guide to all aspects of litigating a cross-border file, including:

  • Pre-filing procedural and substantive considerations
  • Initial recognition of foreign insolvency proceedings in Canada
  • Obtaining recognition of ongoing orders in foreign insolvency proceedings
  • Role of the Information Officer & Foreign Representative
  • Coordinating two main proceedings