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Key Authorities in Corporate Insolvency: Volume 1, Issue 1

Edited by: Look Chan Ho

ISBN13: 9781908013248
Published: April 2012
Publisher: Nova Law and Finance
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback, Crown Quarto
Price: £95.00



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Key Authorities in Corporate Insolvency is the first volume in a quarterly publication providing an up-to-date review of the latest legal judgments affecting the practice of corporate insolvency worldwide.

Edited by Look Chan Ho, recognized internationally as one of the leading commentators on all matters relating to the practice and law of corporate insolvency, this latest and incisive addition to the legal canon provides detailed analysis and commentary, not only on rulings to the insolvency cases in question, but also the impact these latest judgments will have on related areas of practice and pending cases.

In each essay, the author provides in-depth coverage of the background to recent rulings, complemented by detailed references, case notes, along with the legal the skeleton and supportive material, concluding with a clear state-ment of the author’s view on the right answer to the problem being addressed by the court.

The end result is a detailed account and critical analysis of the most important judgments in this rapidly developing area of commercial litigation.

Subjects:
Insolvency Law
Contents:
Foreword
1: Understanding Anti-Deprivation and Misunderstanding Pari Passu: Belmont Park Investments v BNY Corporate Trustee Services
2: Recognition Born of Fiction: Rubin v Eurofinance
3: Enforcing Foreign Insolvency Judgments: Re New Cap Reinsurance
Corporation
4: Misunderstanding the Model Law: Re Stanford International Bank
5: Making and Enforcing International Schemes of Arrangement
6: Recognising Foreign Insolvency Discharge and Stare Decisis