The Global Lawyer: Elliott and the Vultures v. Cleary and the Deadbeats

, The Litigation Daily


Aside from costing Argentina billions, the likeliest effect of an Elliott Associates win in the Argentine bondholder litigation may not be to end sovereign restructuring, but to re-route it from New York to London. And the biggest loser after Argentina might be Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton, which has built a tidy business in issuing, restructuring, and litigating New York-law bonds from Latin America.

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