Bankruptcies such as these are complicated matters, depending on what chapter of the BR code under which they are proceeding. Not knowing all of the facts, it may well be that a trustee or the equivalent of a liquidator may be in the process of gathering funds for distributions to creditors and coordinating with counsel in Panama. In the mix of all of this are lawsuits that the trustee may institute on behalf of creditors. It will be a long road that will require much patience.
That being said, you should retain an attorney to assist in drafting your proof of claim to make sure you're preserving whatever rights you have, as well as correctly designating your respective status as a creditor.
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