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Client Alert December 15, 2023

Russian Litigants Can Still Access Critical Legal Tools in U.S. Courts

  • Russian individuals and companies with legitimate global interests still need to litigate their disputes in overseas jurisdictions.
  • Despite the current state of relations between the United States and Russia, U.S. courts are still giving Russian litigants a fair hearing.
  • We outline recent examples of successes that demonstrate how Russian litigants can still access powerful U.S. legal tools.

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Client Alert November 30, 2022

Two Ways the Art World Could Get Swept into the Sanctions Orbit

  • Global sanctions targeting, among others, Russian individuals and entities are layering on top of anti-money laundering measures.
  • These will directly impact players in the art market, raising their litigation and enforcement risks.
  • We explain two particular triggers stakeholders should be aware of.

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Client Alert May 9, 2022

The Differences Between UK and EU Russian Sanctions

  • The United Kingdom and the European Union are two critical jurisdictions that have implemented influential sanctions regimes against Russian entities.
  • Given the UK’s departure from the EU, key differences exist that outside stakeholders must be attuned to.
  • Learn the subtle yet consequential details in this reference guide, put together by Kobre & Kim’s International Private Client team.

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Client Alert March 28, 2022

Maximizing Recovery Against a Sanctioned Sovereign

  • Prices of Russian and other sovereign debt are falling as their economies buckle, presenting both opportunities and challenges for investors.
  • Enforcing the debt against sovereign entities is already difficult, more so when sanctions are involved.
  • As our Claim Monetization & Dilution team explains, non-traditional strategies may go further in putting maximum pressure on sovereigns and maximizing returns.

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Client Alert June 15, 2020

New tools to defend against aggressive non-U.S. insolvencies

  • Even when they leave their home countries for the United States, many individuals still get targeted by aggressive foreign insolvency proceedings that try to get recognized in U.S. courts.
  • However, as a recent U.S. Bankruptcy Court decision in favor of a Russian debtor has revealed, there are important steps targets can take to defend themselves.
  • By gathering evidence to show the corrupt nature of the foreign proceedings and one’s severed ties with the foreign country, targets can beat back these hostile campaigns.

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Client Alert June 1, 2018

Looking to Enforce a Judgment in the U.S.?

  • U.S. courts traditionally have been a generous forum for foreign judgment creditors.
  • A recent ruling from a New York state court has further broken down barriers for recognition of a foreign judgment in the U.S., even when the debtor is subject to a foreign insolvency proceeding.
  • The New York decision is part of a trend of U.S. courts rejecting "fairness" and "corruption" challenges to Russian courts' judgments. Similar challenges can be overcome with the aid of proper counsel.

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