Enforcement & Recovery
Sometimes, there is no agreement.
Our focus is always on finding solutions even to the most critical issues.
Still, we are prepared to go to court and fight for our client’s rights – worldwide, if necessary.
We are licensed to represent our clients in all Austrian courts, including courts of appeal and the Austrian supreme court, and the European Court of Justice.
- In-court and out-of-court enforcement
- Conflict resolution
- Asset tracing
- Asset recovery
- Asset protection
Greenlake Legal advised a special opportunities fund on the structuring of the sale and purchase of arbitration claims
The seller of the arbitration claims, an Austrian-based group of companies, was seeking for a combined sale and financing. The arbitration claims originated from disputes
Greenlake Legal advised a large Austrian bank as creditor in the insolvency of a renewable energy production company and in the transfer of its claim to a purchaser
This was a distressed sale of debt of a project entity in the USA. Complexity came in as the loan was initially granted to the
Greenlake Legal advised a private client as 50 per cent. shareholder in the insolvency of his 50 per cent. co-shareholder
We advised our client in relation to its options. In the end, our client and the co-shareholder agreed that – despite the insolvency of the
Greenlake Legal advised a London-based special opportunities fund in a distressed debt transaction in Greece and Serbia
This transaction was a distressed debt investment in Greece and Serbia involving the purchase of secured debt and acquiring the underlying assets by enforcing security.
Greenlake Legal advised a New York-based fund as minority shareholder in connection with a squeeze-out of a listed Austrian company
In this transaction, we advised the largest minority shareholder and combined our technical skills related to legal and procedural issues and our knowledge in relation
Greenlake Legal advised an Austrian utility in connection with an ongoing real estate leasing transaction
Our advice included analyses with respect to negative interest and the possibility of a clawback of paid interest in that respect and developing potential next