EXPERTS IN THE NEWS: Puerto Rico Bankruptcy, Congressional Revenge Porn Hearing & International Arbitration News



In Puerto Rico Bankruptcy, Mutual Funds Compete With Themselves I The New York Times

"This is not something I've seen in the bankruptcy world," said restructuring expert Drew Dawson.

While it is not rare for a creditor to hold multiple tranches of debt, it is less common when the creditor runs many funds with competing investments, said Dawson, a professor at the University of Miami School of Law.

"You run all these funds - which do you side with?" he said. "If I were an investor, I'd be concerned."

Facebook will work to create tool to ‘stop the sharing’ of intimate photos before they post to the platform I The Drum

On Thursday, at a Bipartisan Task Force to End Sexual Violence Congressional briefing on online violence and harassment, Davis joined Delaney Henderson, an advocate for the prevention of sexual assault and a sexual assault survivor, Mary Anne Franks, a professor of law at the University of Miami, Danielle Keats Citron, a professor of law at the University of Maryland and Brian O’Connor with Futures Without Violence, to discuss non-consensual images and victims of intimate privacy.

U. Of Miami Arbitration Institute Leader Nabs Africa Post I Law360

The director of the International Arbitration Institute at the University of Miami School of Law, Marike Paulsson, has been appointed to an arbitration post for Sub-Saharan Africa, the university announced Thursday.


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