Chapter 11 - Procedimento, Requisitos E Benefícios

quor Law attorney Nyana Abreu Miller shared a presentation, in Portuguese, comparing chapters 11 and 15 of the US Bankruptcy Code on an all-star panel of Brazilian insolvency experts for the Center for Women in Business Restructuring (CMR Empresarial).

The UN’s latest attempt to assist international insolvency practitioners

Miami-based Sequor Law shareholder Leyza Blanco and attorney Carolina Goncalves summarise the UNCITRAL Working Group’s Model Law on the Recognition and Enforcement of Insolvency-Related Judgments.

The Effect of the General Data Protection Regulation on Discovery in the United States

The early cases in the United States suggest that the GDPR may have a profound impact on discovery in the United States. The GDPR may provide for targets subject to the jurisdiction of courts in the United States to object to discovery with the purpose (or possibly under the guise) of protecting EU citizens’ privacy.

Uniform Commercial Real Estate Receivership Act is now the Law in Florida

The Uniform Commercial Real Estate Receivership Act became law July 1, marking a new era for Florida courts — and the culmination of four years of relentless diplomacy by the Business Law Section.

Chambers 2020: Firm Rankings

Sequor Law is proud to be ranked in two of Chambers and Partners’ 2020 Guides. Click below to view the rankings.

Business Law Section Strengthens its Diversity Fellowship Program

The Business Law Section, one of the Bar’s largest, is marking a 50th anniversary by focusing on COVID-19 recovery — and strengthening a Diversity Fellowship Program, said newly installed Chair Leyza Blanco.

June 2020 Quarterly Newsletter

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Third District Court of Appeals Affirms $19.5 Million Mandatory and Prohibitory Temporary Injunction Order in Case No. 17-01358 CA 22 – Hakim v. Tawil et al.

Sequor Law represented the Plaintiff in successfully obtaining a $19.5 million temporary mandatory and prohibitory injunction to protect the res of a constructive trust claim, which funds had been dissipated from Miami escrow accounts to offshore accounts during the pendency of the case.

Section 1782 Remains One of the Most Powerful Discovery Tools as Appellate Courts Uphold its Use in Aid of Private Commercial Arbitration

28 U.S.C. § 1782, known colloquially as “Section 1782,” is a federal statute that allows foreign litigants and interested persons to request judicial assistance from U.S. federal courts to obtain evidence for use in a proceeding in a foreign or international tribunal.

A Mediação Na Resolução De Conflitos E A Recuperação Judicial, Comparativo Brasil X EUA

Sequor Law attorney Nyana Abreu Miller participated in a Portuguese-language webinar discussing mediation and alternative dispute resolution in bankruptcy cases, comparing Brazil and the U.S.