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Client Alert August 5, 2020

Clashing with Titans: Maximizing Returns on Sovereign Judgment Enforcement

  • The current economic downturn has triggered record-breaking amounts of debt owed by governments to overseas investors.
  • The crisis, however, has the potential to create large returns for creditors and investors willing to aggressively pursue their claims over a sovereign government.
  • A proven yet unorthodox cross-border litigation strategy that catches sovereigns by surprise can achieve the monetization of judgments previously thought too tough to enforce.

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Client Alert August 5, 2020

When Sovereign Judgment Debtors Fight Back: Clashing with Titans

  • Investors and creditors can gain potentially large returns if they successfully enforce a large judgment against a sovereign debtor.
  • However, with such high-stakes, sovereign governments have begun fighting back using state powers against creditors, turning civil proceedings into a quasi-criminal cross-border dispute.
  • A creditor must employ anticipatory and nonconventional counteroffensive measures in order to protect themselves and maximize their odds of success.

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Client Alert March 4, 2019

Clashing With Titans: Effective Judgment Enforcement Against Sovereign Entities

  • There are many reasons why sovereign debtors can be challenging targets.
  • The right combination of high-pressure tactics, coupled with aggressive, creative, multijurisdictional strategies, can force sovereign debtors to take a seat at the bargaining table.
  • Here are specific examples of effective techniques from recent successful matters where legitimate claims were recovered against sovereign entities.

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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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