Brazil, France, Mexico Team Up With Argentina In Battle With ElliottMark Melin
As default of sovereign debt becomes a growing realistic possibility among numerous nations, establishing legal precedent in Elliott Management’s fight with Argentina appears to be a more pressing concern of fellow sovereigns.
Three sovereign governments – France, Brazil and Mexico – will file amicus curiae briefs with the U.S. Supreme Court supporting Argentina’s appeal of a lower court decision, according to a report in Fin Alternatives.
The dispute between the . . .
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