Gradual Brazilian bankruptcy reform possible, say panelists

Gradual Brazilian bankruptcy reform possible, say panelists Thomas Benes Felsberg, Otávio Guazzelli, Timothy Graulich, Domingos Fernando Refinetti and Nick Leone , Freedom Film LLC/Christopher Lazzaro

The flaws in Brazil’s bankruptcy framework go to the heart of the country’s legal culture but incremental change can be achieved through law reforms, according to a panel at the Latin Lawyer-GRR Live 2nd Annual Restructuring Summit, held in New York last week.

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