Capital Ventures International (CVI) preserved a rare, 2006 bondholder victory. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, reversing a 2010 lower court order, upheld CVI attachments on collateral underlying $100 million in Brady Bonds that Argentina wanted to use to pay off a group of its creditors. CVI’s Ballard Spahr lawyers, M. Norman Goldberger and Laura E. Krabill, stressed that the decision did not keep Argentina from coming up with a new deal to repay the Brady Bond holders or CVI. “Our client remains open to speaking with Argentina,” Mr. Goldberger said. “We think Argentina should come to the table and figure out a way to pay its debts.”