The European Insolvency Regulation: Law and Practice
This in-depth commentary offers practitioners in international business transactions and litigation a definitive guide to the workings of the Insolvency Regulation. The authors¿one of whom co-wrote the official explanatory report on the 1995 Convention on Insolvency Proceedings, a report that still plays a fundamental hermeneutic role¿leave no stone unturned in their probing analysis, which explains in detail such elements as the following:
Company lawyers handling insolvency cases and issues will find nothing comparable to this expert work. Its direct practical usefulness is immediately apparent. In addition, however, it stands out as a preeminent work on a critical and hard-won legal instrument (and by extension on the entire field of European insolvency law) and as such is an essential resource for jurists and legal academics.
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- Part I: General Issues. 1. The European Regulation on Insolvency Proceedings: Legal Basis and Content. 2. The Normative Model. 3. Sphere of Application. Part II: The Main Insolvency Proceedings. 4. International Jurisdiction. 5. Applicable Law: The General Rule. 6. Applicable Law: Exceptions. 7. Applicable Law: Uniform Rules. Part III. Territorial Proceedings. 8. Territorial Proceedings. Part IV. Recognition and Enforcement. 9. Recognition of Foreign Insolvency Proceedings. Part V. Coordination. 10. Coordination between Insolvency Proceedings. Bibliography. Index.