We advise our international clients on selecting and forming entities in the United States (usually in Delaware and Nevada) that are similar to entities our clients use in their home countries. We have, for example, advised our clients in Angola, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, England, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Kenya, Liberia, Senegal, Singapore, Sierra Leone, South Korea, South Africa, and Turkey, on forming comparable entities in the United States. We also advise on lending and raising capital, usually in the private equity market. We advised on structuring and preparing private placement memoranda and other equity and debt instruments. Since January 2020, we have helped our client lend or raise more than $30 million dollars in the private equity market.

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Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 Proceedings

Chapter 7, referred to as the “liquidation” provision of the Bankruptcy Code, allows individuals, businesses, partnerships, stockbrokers, and commodities brokers to turn over nonexempt assets, if any, to the bankruptcy trustee who administers those assets to benefit the creditors of the Chapter 7 debtor.

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