The expected phase-out of LIBOR will affect trillions of dollars in investments across a wide range of financial products. The market has been working to adapt new transactions to a post-LIBOR world, but legacy transactions will also be affected. Whether and how those contracts can be modified to account for the unavailability of LIBOR - and how courts will respond to the changed facts - are open questions. Mayer Brown partners Matthew Ingber, Chris Houpt and Sagi Tamir discuss the current efforts to replace LIBOR, litigation risks that market participants may face, and how to plan for those risks.

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