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book Current topics of international insolvency law Bob Wessels Published in in Deventer by Kluwer Services. Reference details. More from. Bob Wessels Current topics of international insolvency law / Bob Wessels. ISBN: Author: Wessels, Bob viaf Publisher: Deventer: Kluwer, Description.
This course provides an understanding of international insolvency law using both the comparative law approach in exploring insolvency law in a number of selected countries representing a variety of different legal and socio-political traditions and then an approach of exploring the international aspects of insolvency law (in particular where assets, business interests and/or creditors of an.
Corporate Insolvency Law: Perspectives and Principles offers a framework for such an approach. This book has relevance across the common law world and will Current topics of international insolvency law.
book to academics, insolvency professionals and students at advanced undergraduate as well as graduate level."- 1/5(1). International Insolvency Law by Professor Bob Wessels provides a comprehensive overview of the relevant issues regarding cross-border insolvency matters.
The book is a translated, revised and augmented edition of the Dutch book `Internationaal insolventierecht¿, which appeared inand is to serve as a handbook for insolvency by: 7. An elected member of the International Insolvency Institute, Professor Kilborn has written numerous articles and two books on comparative bankruptcy for individuals (including an analysis of classical Islamic law, shari’a), he co-authored a book on international cooperation in cross-border business bankruptcy, and he is a national reporter.
International and Comparative Corporate Insolvency Law, Oxford: Clarendon Pressff; Bob Wessels, Protection of Small Depositors against Banks in Distress, in: Bob Wessels, Current Topics of International Insolvency Law, Deventer: Kluwerff, with a commentary on the Directive on deposit-guarantee schemes (Directive 94/19).
to make The International Insolvency Review a valuable resource. As each of our authors, both old and new, knows, this book is a significant undertaking because of the current coverage of developments we seek to provide. My hope is that this year’s volume will help.
This title covers the essentials of international insolvency with a very practical slant, providing the reader with a comparative overview of insolvency law and practice in the key jurisdictions of the world.
The intention is to illustrate how the concepts and analyses raised throughout "The Law and Practice of International Finance" series may be applied in a real world setting5/5(1).
Introduction. Over the past fifteen years corporate insolvency law in the UK has been radically reshaped mainly by means of the Enterprise Act.
As a result corporate rescue has increasingly become a fashionable topic, which has long been a subject of global interest/5. The Insolvency Section of the International Bar Association (IBA) is the most prominent international association of lawyers interested in restructuring, insolvency and creditors' rights law, as well as related company law, transactional and litigation practices.
The Section is involved in a number of conferences and projects including developing a UN insolvency convention. CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS IN INTERNATIONAL INSOLVENCY LAW Background In the words of an American scholar on international insolvency, ﬁa wave of bankruptcy reform is sweeping around the world.ﬂ Westbrook, A Global Solution to Multinational Default, 98 MICH.
REV.(). As of the yearthe reforms included new. The collapse of Thomas Cook, the UK headquartered travel group, raises questions in relation to UK insolvency law. This article will consider four issues arising from the collapse: the reason why liquidation was chosen as the insolvency procedure for the UK companies in the group; whether using administration instead of liquidation would have enabled the airline to continue flying; the current.
The Real World Case Study is designed to link contemporary insolvency events back to the insolvency law topics studied in this course.
It aims to provide a contextual study of insolvency law in practice, both at a local level and internationally. U.S.
International Insolvency Law authored by Honorable Samuel L. Bufford is designed as the definitive interpretive work on Chapter 15 to the United States Bankruptcy Code, which took effect in October This code was introduced to coordinate international insolvency cases involving both the United States and one or more foreign : Samuel L.
Bufford. The International Insolvency Review differs from the typical global review of insolvency law. it focuses on current economic conditions and case developments on the ground in key jurisdictions instead of merely on the basic principles of local insolvency law.
The Bankruptcy Law5 and the Composition Law,6 which were enacted inhave a few provisions relating to international insolvency.7 First, Article 2 of the Bankruptcy Law expresses the reciprocity principle, which used to be found in statutes and sometimes can be found in current treaties.8 It specifically provides.
The United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) Model Law on Cross-Border Insolvency ofits enactment in several countries around the world, including Chapter 15 US Bankruptcy Code, UNCITRAL’s Legislative Guide dealing with business group insolvency, and relevant recent court Size: KB.
On the Origins and Challenges to Court-to-Court Communication in International Insolvency Law; Out of Africa: The OHADA Uniform Insolvency Law "Passporting" Rescue: Section of the United Kingdom Insolvency Act and Assistance to Other Countries; Private.
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This third volume in the Short Studies in Private International Law Series is primarilyaimed at legal academics dealing with cross-border insolvency, but it will also proveuseful to insolvency judges and practitioners, as well.Law Topics Surveys & Rankings He has been practicing insolvency law for more than 25 years.
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