Freitag, 18. April 2014
Argument preview: A global search for money The Supreme Court opens its final argument session of the Term next Monday, and it begins with a one-hour argument at 10 a.m. on the latest round in the long-running controversy over default on Argentine bonds. Arguing for the government of Argentina inRepublic of Argentina v. NML Capital Ltd., with twenty minutes of time, will be Jonathan L. Blackman of the New York City office of Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamiltion. If, as is expected, the Court permits the U.S. government to argue as an amicus in support of Argentina, its views will be presented by Deputy Solicitor General Edwin S. Kneedler, with ten minutes. Investors seeking to collect on defaulted bonds will be represented by Theodore B. Olson of the Washington, D.C., office of Gibson Dunn & Crutcher, with thirty minutes.
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