Courtside Seats: Sovereign Restructurings in the Supreme Court Arena

, New York Law Journal

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Christopher Kiplok and Dustin Smith of Hughes Hubbard & Reed write: Even before the Supreme Court's decision last Monday, the Argentina litigation had resulted in changes to the terms of sovereign bonds and renewed discussion about the establishment of multinational approaches to sovereign restructurings. These trends will continue, if not accelerate, as sovereigns and bond market participants digest the impact and significance of the Supreme Court's recent rulings.

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