4 edition of Current Issues in Cross-Border Insolvency and Reorganizations found in the catalog.
Current Issues in Cross-Border Insolvency and Reorganizations
July 26, 1994
Written in English
|Series||International Bar Association Series|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||432|
Since Professor Robin Morse’s seminal article on ‘Retention of Title in English Private International Law’ the regulatory landscape has changed considerably. The conflict of laws rules applicable to contractual and non-contractual obligations have been unified within the European Union pursuant to the Rome I and Rome II Regulations. The EU Insolvency Regulation provides a . We have one of the largest, most experienced and respected global restructuring and insolvency practices of any law firm, with more than experienced lawyers in 36 offices in 15 countries collaborating on domestic and cross-border restructuring matters. Our seasoned team is expert in all facets of restructuring and insolvency engagements including US Chapter 11 reorganizations, US .
Mr. Gaa has lectured on business reorganizations, treatment of technology and intellectual property assets in bankruptcy and insolvency proceedings, and cross-border credit and insolvency issues before local bar associations, the State Bar of California, the State Bar of Nevada, and the American Bar Association, as well as other professional. Bankruptcy law is often unduly neglected irrespective of its crucial role in times of economic growth as well as crisis. Its importance was, for example, noted by UNCITRAL solely in the second half of the s ( Model Law on Cross-Border Insolvency), though ever since heightened attention has been given to it ( – Legislative Guide on Insolvency Law and Practice Guide on Cross.
Navigating Cross-Border Insolvency Issues provides an authoritative, insider's perspective on helping clients understand variations in international jurisdictions. Experienced partners from law firms around the world guide the reader through the process of gathering reliable information, coordinating with international colleagues, and working across potential language barriers. This is especially true in relation to prime brokerage issues and International Swaps and Derivatives Association close-out positions. LightSquared LP: Acting as lead Canadian insolvency counsel in a multi-billion dollar cross-border proceeding commenced under US .
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This work, undertaken by the Insolvency and Creditors' Rights Committee of the International Bar Association's Section on Business Law, gathers together a critical assessment of some of the most pressing current issues in cross-border insolvency and reorganization, under the following headings: The Proposed European Community Insolvency Convention; Comparative Analysis of Chapter 11 Format: Hardcover.
ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: The proposed European Community Insolvency Convention / Philippe Woodland --A comparison of bankruptcy reorganisation in the US with the administration procedure in the UK / Jay Lawrence Westbrook --Maxwell Communication Corporation. The insolvency situation gives rise to complicated legal issues and in order to deal with these issues every modern state either has.
CROSS BORDER INSOLVENCY LAWS: NEED OF THE HOURAuthor: Neha Ramesh Bhat, 3rd Year BA LLB,Christ School of Law BangaloreABSTRACT Insolvency refers to a financial crunch situation in which any individual, whether.
Bank Insolvency Issues. Before considering the background to the introduction of the Directive and then examining some of its significant provisions, it may be helpful to highlight some of the issues that arise in the context of a bank insolvency that contains a cross-border dimension and that are of relevance before turning attention to the Directive.
This book examines the effect of the adoption of the United Nations Committee on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) Model Law on Cross-Border Insolvency in five common law jurisdictions, namely Current Issues in Cross-Border Insolvency and Reorganizations book, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States of America.
Besant (Editors) Current Issues in Cross-Border Insolvency and reorganizations (). Between Free Trade and Protectionism: Strategic Trade Policy and a Theory of Corporate Trade Demands".
The Model Law on cross-border insolvency was issued by the secretariat of UNCITRAL into assist countries in regulating corporate insolvency and. Report Summary. Insolvency Law Committee on Cross-border Insolvency.
The Insolvency Law Committee (Chair: Mr. Injeti Srinivas) submitted it second report to the Ministry of Corporate Affairs on Octo recommending amendments in the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, with respect to cross-border insolvency.
The Future of Cross‐Border Insolvency: Overcoming Biases and Closing Gaps Irit Mevorach (, OUP, Oxford), xxiv and pp, £75, ISBN ‐0‐19‐‐6. Rosalind Mason; Elizabeth Streten; Pages: ; First Published: 29 June It serves as a source of information both on current issues in international insolvency and restructuring law and on the legal framework for insolvency and restructuring around the world.
The site includes international cases of note, material on international insolvencies, including cross border protocols, and links to member associations.
The INSOL international has published a book on antecedent transactions and its applicability in cross-border insolvency situations.
Since most insolvencies span many jurisdictions there are specific issues that IPs are faced with when applying to court to avoid antecedent transactions.
This volume analyzes the legal and practical issues that arise in cross-border transactions involving the taking and enforcement of security over movable and intangible property.
Having analyzed the domestic law of security in the UK, US, France and Germany, it then focuses upon the private international law and insolvency law issues. Recurring issues and controversies in this area, and specifically cross-border M&A, include inversions under sectionwhere a U.S.
resident company acquires or merges with a smaller foreign-based company in order to change its place of incorporation and escape U.S. taxation, and Killer B reorganizations to achieve tax-free repatriations. Why You Should Attend. Keep abreast of the current developments in restructuring, bankruptcy and reorganizations at this advanced conference, where a remarkable faculty of bankruptcy judges and leading practitioners will provide you with a thorough review and analysis of hot topics, recent decisions and strategies for dealing with cases in diverse industries, including energy and health care.
issues that affect the efficiency of the corporate insolvency resolution and liquidation framework under the Code.8 In its last Report dated Marchthe Committee discussed that there was a need to re-evaluate the current cross-border insolvency framework in India as it was fragmented, complicated and not at par with global.
Sutton, “Cross-Border Insolvency: The New Zealand Perspective” (paper delivered to Cross Border Insolvency Issues, Inter-Pacific Bar Association ConferenceAuckland, 1–5 May ) Swarting, “Multinational Commercial Insolvency Principal Features of Swedish Insolvency Law” (paper delivered to Worldwide Reorganisation and.
The discussion was on Cross Border Insolvency: Should India Adopt the UNCITRAL Model Law, " She also informed that in addition to Insolvency UNCITRAL's current work program covers access.
Modularity in the Cross-Border Insolvency Framework. Professor Andrew B. Dawson joined the University of Miami School of Law inwhere he teaches Contracts, Bankruptcy, and Commercial law.
His research has focused on both domestic and cross-border insolvency issues. With offices in five provinces, Miller Thomson’s Restructuring and Insolvency Group has the extensive coverage, depth and experience necessary to advise and assist clients across the full range of insolvency proceedings, including national and international financial reorganizations.
Lisa M. Schweitzer’s practice focuses on financial restructuring, bankruptcy, insolvency and commercial litigation. She has advised clients in some of the most high-profile bankruptcy matters in North America, and her work repeatedly has been recognized by the business and legal press, including The American Lawyer, which previously named her a “Dealmaker of the Year.”.
Book Review: Current Issues In Cross-Border Insolvency and Reorganizations, 2 SOUTHWESTERN JOURNAL OF LAW AND TRADE IN THE AMERICAS (E. Leonard and C. Besant, eds.; ) Available for Media Comment.Mediation Panel The INSOL International Mediation Panel (IIMP) will focus on insolvency, restructuring and allied matters that emerge in the course of insolvency proceedings: this focus will enable parties to disputes in this area of commercial activity to have complete confidence that the mediator will be fully cognisant of the needs of all the parties to an insolvency; the need to be aware.International Insolvency Institute.
Publications "Deutsches Internationales Insolvenzrecht nach der Insolvenzordnung," Kölner Schrift zur Insolvenzordnung, 2nd ed. p. "The Revision of International Insolvency Law In Germany," Current Issues in Cross-Border Insolvency and Reorganizations, p.
(B. Leonard and Chr. Besani).