Hogan Lovells represented the Republic of Ecuador in one of the first-ever tests of “collective action clauses” in capital markets transactions, helping the country complete a complex restructuring of $17.4 billion in debt as the longtime client struggles with low oil prices on top of a crippling outbreak of COVID-19.
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