Sequor Law Listed Among World’s Top 100 Cross-Border Restructuring and Insolvency Law Firms

Sequor Law is proud to be listed among the world’s 100 top cross-border restructuring and insolvency law firms in the Global Restructuring Review’s "GRR 100," a new annual guide.  

The guide recognizes our firm for its representation of insolvency estates and receiverships for international banks, sovereign governments and government institutions, multi-national corporations, and individuals where it represents insolvency practitioners from around the world, both in the United States and overseas multi-jurisdictional insolvencies around the world.

The guide also recognizes Sequor Law for making over 20 Chapter 15 filings in the U.S. to recognize insolvency proceedings in diverse jurisdictions worldwide, filing more Chapter 15s than any other U.S. law firm.

Firm co-founders Edward Davis and Greg Grossman are noted for many achievements in the guide, ranging from filing the first Chapter 15 bankruptcy petition in Florida to representing the joint liquidators of Stanford International Bank to recover assets for a $7 billion Ponzi scheme, the second-largest Ponzi scheme in the world.

During the research period for the guide, the firm was instructed as counsel to the court-appointed liquidator and foreign representative of bankrupt Chilean investment firm Onix Capital, seeking to recover assets in excess of $100 million* from an alleged Ponzi scheme operated by Onix’s CEO.

Our sincere thanks to our clients and colleagues for the opportunity to do what we love and earn so many distinguished awards and recognitions along the way. Indeed, Sequor Law derives its name from the Latin word “to pursue, to chase, to attain,” and signifies our core values: the agile, aggressive, and relentless pursuit of assets and success on behalf of our clients.

Click below to read Sequor Law’s entire listing in the GRR 100.
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* The GRR 100 incorrectly values the Onix case as a $7.4 million dollar Ponzi scheme. The correct value of the Ponzi scheme is in excess of $100 million.