Tara Cooper Burnside
is a partner in the firm’s litigation, financial services law and regulation, and insolvency and restructuring practice groups. She has detailed knowledge of the Bahamian insolvency regime and has worked on multiple cross-border insolvencies and restructurings, including the compulsory liquidation of Moore Park Funding and the USD100 million insolvency of the Realto Group. She is a Fellow of INSOL International, a member of the Editorial Committee of INSOL’s Electronic Newsletter and a member of the inaugural Liquidation Rules Committee established under the Companies Act of The Bahamas. She is widely published and recently co-authored a chapter on the topic of international fraud and asset tracing.
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