Insolvency Office Holder Regulation Worldwide: An Assessment

20 March 2017

Paul Omar

David Burdette

In our latest blog, Paul Omar, A Member of the European Commission Experts Group on Restructuring and Insolvency and David Burdette, Senior Technical Research Officer at INSOL discusses the state of insolvency office holder (“IOH”) regulation.

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Find out how the recast European Insolvency Regulation is impacting distressed investing in Europe

30 November 2016

James Bell

Douglas Hawthorn

In our latest blog, authors James Bell and Douglas Hawthorn from Travers Smith LLP, discuss the key considerations for investors arising from the recast European Insolvency Regulation and the impact on distressed investing in Europe.

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Are we about to see an end to aggressive “schemes forum shopping”?

29 April 2016

Alan Tilley

In our latest blog, Alan Tilley founding principal of Bryan, Mansell and Tilley LLP, discusses the topical subject of schemes forum shopping.

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A new approach to business failure and insolvency

12 April 2016

Alan Tilley

In our latest blog, Alan Tilley founding principal of Bryan, Mansell and Tilley LLP, discusses the new EU regulations to adopt more flexible pre-insolvency processes in the UK.

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Protecting the rights of sellers

02 October 2015

Marcel Willems

In our latest blog, Marcel Willems, Co-founder of Kennedy Van der Laan, discusses the concept of retention of title.

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Modern prospects for European insolvency law harmonisation

15 September 2015

Paul Omar

In this month's blog, Professor Paul Omar discusses modern prospects for European insolvency law harmonisation.

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Protecting against licensor insolvency

24 March 2015

Rhys Llewellyn

Corporate partner Rhys Llewellyn at Harbottle & Lewis LLP explores the impact of insolvency on IP licence arrangements.

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Restructuring: a new approach to business failure and insolvency

08 September 2014

Bob Wessels

International insolvency expert Professor Bob Wessels discusses the European Commission’s Recommendation.

 

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Judicial cooperation in international insolvency- swings and roundabouts?

22 August 2014

Paul Omar

In this week's blog, Professor Paul Omar from Nottingham Law School, discusses the Privy Council case Re Saad and Singularis and the extent of judicial cooperation in international insolvency at common law.

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