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Latest News: Boko Haram Kills At Least 60 in Nigeria Attack – The Quint - February 02, 2019

Latest News: Boko Haram Kills At Least 60 in Nigeria Attack The QuintLatest News: Amnesty International says Boko Haram kills at least 60 in Nigeria attack, citing satellite imagery..

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Sears Deal Faces Obstacles – pymnts.com - February 01, 2019

Sears Deal Faces Obstacles pymnts.comA deal that would save Sears is facing obstacles, as the U.S. government and major mall owners are trying to block the bid from Sears' chairman, investor and ....

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Canada’s Supreme Court Rules Bankrupt Fossil Fuel Companies Must Clean Up Pollution Left Behind – EcoWatch - February 01, 2019

Canada's Supreme Court Rules Bankrupt Fossil Fuel Companies Must Clean Up Pollution Left Behind EcoWatchGreen energy campaigners in Canada applauded a precedent-settiing Supreme Court ruling on Thursday which ordered the bankrupt Alberta-based oil and gas ....

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Restructuring & Insolvency in the British Virgin Islands – Lexology - February 01, 2019

Restructuring & Insolvency in the British Virgin Islands LexologyLegal framework. Legislation. What is the primary legislation governing insolvency and restructuring proceedings in your jurisdiction? The primary legislation in ....

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Cross-border insolvency in the British Virgin Islands – Lexology - February 01, 2019

Cross-border insolvency in the British Virgin Islands LexologyUse the Lexology Navigator tool to compare the answers in this article with those from other jurisdictions. Cross-border insolvency. Recognition of foreign ....

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Company directors cannot veto DoCA – High Court – Financial Restructuring – New Zealand – Mondaq News Alerts - February 01, 2019

Company directors cannot veto DoCA - High Court - Financial Restructuring - New Zealand Mondaq News AlertsThis decision confirms that a DoCA approved by creditors cannot be stymied by unwilling directors or a board's consent. New Zealand Financial Restructuring ....

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