Latest articles:

Reform Act on German Insolvency Avoidance Rules - Sax - Swierczok

France: The Cassation Court Sets Ground Breaking Precedent to Preserve the Confidentiality of Pre-insolvency Preventative Proceedings - Sørensen

The Hong Kong Court Looks at the ‘Sufficient Connection’ Test to Liquidate Foreign Registered Company - Temmink - Stone

In Ras Al Khaimah Investment Authority and others v Bestfort Development Limited LLP (and 13 others) [2015] EWHC 3383 (Ch) - Wilmot-Smith

The End of Pre-packs? An Analysis of the Legal Landscape in which Pre-packs Operate and the Failures of Graham’s Proposals – Part Two - Elner

The Approach in Jersey to ‘Insolvent’ Trusts: The Z Trusts - Sanders

Participation by International Stakeholders in Cayman Islands Insolvencies - McMaster QC - Snead

In the Matter of China Shanshui Cement Group Limited: Can a Director of an Insolvent Company Present a Winding up Petition? - Ulrich Payne - Oliver Payne - Paul Murphy

Sale or No Sale? An Update on O.W. Bunkers - Cogley QC - Stone

Imperfect Pies: ‘Ulterior Motive’ Behind Landlord’s Refusal to Consent to Lease Assignment – Irish High Court Considers the Issue of Unreasonable Withholding of Consent - O’Riordan - Smyth

Proposals for Changes to Guernsey Insolvency Law - Newman - Hill

Fairfield Sentry: In the Last Chapter of the Saga, the Controversial Sale is Disapproved - Abelson - Zerjal

Navigating the Risks and Opportunities around Counterparties in a Low Oil Price Environment - Fuller

Re Van Gansewinkel Groep BV [2015] Bus LR 1046 - Amey

Richard James Philpott & Mark Jeremy Orton (as Joint Liquidators of WGL Realisations 2010 Limited) v Lycee Francais Charles De Gaulle School [2015] EWHC 1065 (Ch) - Shaw

Comité d’entreprise de Nortel Networks SA and others v Rogeau and others C-649/13, ECLI:EU:C:2015:384 - Brown

Subrogation Based on Unjust Enrichment: Menelaou v Bank of Cyprus Plc - Wilmot-Smith

International Corporate Rescue

Editor-in-Chief: Mark Fennessy, Proskauer Rose LLP, London.
Publisher: Sasha Radoja, London

International Corporate Rescue is the bi-monthly journal from Chase Cambria Publishing published in association with University College London (UCL), Centre for Commercial Law, and sponsored by South Square barristers' chambers. International Corporate Rescue covers the most relevant issues in the topical area of insolvency and corporate rescue law and practice. This is the journal with global reach. It covers the key jurisdictions and core regions of the US, UK, Asia and Europe. Each issue brings superbly authoritative articles on the most pertinent business issues written by the leading experts in the field.

Aims and Scope

It is our intention in this bi-monthly journal to provide practitioner value on a range of corporate rescue and insolvency issues covering a multitude of jurisdictions. With an Editorial Board drawn from academia, the legal and accountancy professions and from banking and commerce, the journal features articles from these industry perspectives. It is our aim to publish journal issues which are broad enough to cover industry perspectives, reporting on factors influencing global economic change, and yet specialised enough to provide an in-depth analysis to practitioners facing these issues on a day-to-day basis.

 

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