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The Law and Practice of Restructuring in the UK and US 2nd ed isbn 9780198755395

Law and Practice of Restructuring in the UK and US

Edited by: Chris Mallon, Shai Waisman

ISBN13: 9780199583775
New Edition ISBN: 9780198755395
Published: April 2011
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

The Law and Practice of Restructuring in the UK and US is a practical guide to the restructuring of corporate debt and associated restructuring issues such as employees and pensions, from the perspective of both UK and New York law, the dominant systems of law in the world commercial and financial markets.

At a time when many companies are looking at renegotiating and restructuring their debt agreements, this book provides a timely analysis of current techniques and likely developments in the field of corporate restructuring.

An expert contributor team from both the US and UK combine their practical experience to cover all aspects of corporate restructuring.

With coverage of techniques available to both stressed and distressed companies, as well as looking at specialist markets and key stakeholders, The Law and Practice of Restructuring in the UK and US is an invaluable guide for banking, finance and insolvency practitioners and their clients, both financial institutions and companies looking to restructure debt, as well as global accountancy firms and law and business schools worldwide.

Insolvency Law, Company Law, Banking and Finance
1: Adrian Knight & Rick Ely: Emergency Fund Raisings
2: Scott Simpson & Jay Goffman: Emergency Share and Assets Sales
3: Nik Colbridge & Nick Saggese: Tender and Exchange Offers
4: Peter Coulton, Douglas Urquhart & Hoyoon Nam: Debt Buy-Backs
5: Chris Mallon & Harvey R. Miller: Duties of Directors and Management of Distressed Companies
6: Andrew Shutter & Duane McLaughlin: Waivers, Standstills and Amendments
7: Gabriel Moss QC, Dan Bayfield, Adam Al-Attar, Howard Seife & Seven Rivera: Giving Effect to Debt; Compromise Arrangements - Binding the Minority or Out of the Money Classes of Creditors
8: Ben Larkin & Joe Smolinsky: Using Formal Insolvency Processes to effect a Restructuring - Prearranged and Pre-Packed Insolvency Processes
9: Philip Ridgway, Stuart Goldring & Max Goodman: Tax Issues in Restructuring
10: Adrian Harris, Alper Deniz & Paula Greenman: Restructuring in structured finance markets and vehicles
11: Philip Hertz, Daniel Kossoff & Shai Waisman: Compromising shareholder claims both generally and in listed companies
12: Michael Sippitt & Eric Ivester: Employees and Trade Unions
13: Alastair Meeks & Michael Kam: Pension Trustees and Regulators
14: Chris Mallon & Shai Waisman: Cross-Border Insolvency;