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Comparative Law Yearbook of International Business is published every year under the auspices of the Center for International Legal Studies. In a world of increasingly complex commercial transactions and investments and volatile economic growth, arbitration and insolvency act as tools for the resolution of claims. The efficacy of these resolution mechanisms depends on many factors and at times results in conflicting scenarios. The 2022 Special Issue addresses the intersection of arbitration and insolvency that has been made all the more topical and intense by the adverse effects of COVID-19 on a broad range of businesses’ finances and supply chains to resolve business disputes. This Special Issue sheds light on the conflicts at the convergences of the domains, and is a step towards a better understanding of the intricacies and the complexities that arise in different jurisdictions and how stakeholders react.
What’s in this book:
A diverse pool of contributors gives a broad range of perspectives from Europe (Italy, Lithuania, the United Kingdom), the Middle East (Palestine, UAE), Asia (India), Africa (Malawi), North America (Canada) and public international law on areas of commercial and business law at the crossroads of insolvency and international arbitration from an international comparative perspective. To highlight just a few of the aspects addressed:
How this will help you:
Touching upon not just the basics of the “crossroads” but delving deeper into regional and international issues that arise at the junctures and for various stakeholders, this book is both a substantive as well as a comparative study of the variety of issues that come to the fore and the juxtapositions that stakeholders find themselves in.