Consulting editor(s): Look Chan Ho, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP (General editor)

Publication date: May 2012

Format: Hardback

Length: 655 pages

Price: £145.00

ISBN: 9781905783526


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Review for second edition: The book is a very handsome contribution to the study of the subject both to the uninitiated and to others, all of whom can profit from it and enjoy it immensely.

- David Marks QC, 3-4 South Square International Corporate Rescue

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The book is a very useful summary of the present state of our own cross-border laws and a necessary reference point for us to understand the laws of comparative laws in other countries.

- Michael Murray, Insolvency Practitioners Association

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This is an invaluable reference text on how the Model Law has thus far been adopted ... [I]t is eminently recommendable as a text of potential appeal to a range of interests ranging through the academic, practitioner, judicial and governmental fields.

- Paul J Omar, International Company and Commercial Law Review

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Review for second edition: In the case of this book, however, I can actually say that, like Victor Kiam, I liked the book so much that I bought it.

- Polat Silva, INSOL World

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The book is a must-read for judges.

- Professor Bob Wessels, European Company Law

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In addition to being a helpful resource, this updated edition is an interesting read for international and domestic practitioners alike.

- Steven R Schwartz, ABI Journal

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