If you read the packaging of GFS, you will see that the paper is said to be made in Germany. You will also see that the trademark is owned by Ilford Imaging Switzerland GmBH - the GmBH being German for "limited liability company", or in our jurisprudence, a " Co.Ltd.". So the IP is owned by the company in trouble, and would, I expect, form part of the asset base up for grabs in a receivership situation. I think the real questions of interest are (1) how they got themselves into this predicament (was it unwise acquisitions or competitive problems in the rather crowded paper market) and depending on the answers to that, (2) how they will get themselves out of it - can they emerge from a receivership restructured and continuing as a going concern, or will they be sold in bankruptcy to the highest bidder, or will it all simply disappear? We just don't know any of that, so I'm doing the defensive thing of stocking-up to carry me over for a longish period of time, until the dust settles. I really like this paper, know it, have confidence in it and would like to continue using it.