This book provides a distilled and accessible analysis of the European cross-border insolvency law. With reference to the amended Insolvency Regulation (EIR) and related sources it examines the issues involved in intra-member state cross-border insolvency.
The book analyses in depth the main areas of change brought about by the EIR such as the restatement of the meaning of 'centre of main interest' (COMI) and the rules on international jurisdiction, the new specific measures for multi-national enterprises, and the move towards co-operation between insolvency practitioners and courts.
The EIR represents a very significant development in European insolvency law which will have an impact on all insolvencies with an international element involving a European state. All practitioners advising on the area need a clear grasp of the implications of the changes and this book aims to deliver just that.
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Number of pages: 368
Weight: 772 g
Dimensions: 252 x 181 x 25 mm
(On both The EU Regulation on Insolvency Proceedings' by Moss, Fletcher, Isaacs and European Cross-Border Insolvency Law by Bork and Mangano) The highlights of both these texts are clearly the extensive analyses of the issues, the detail of the dissection of the instruments, the very useful reflection of the jurisprudence and the extra which underline their great utility. For these reasons, both these works should appeal to anyone interested in European insolvency,
whether academic, judge, practitioner or policy-maker. * Paul J. Omar, Grays Inn, Barrister *
This book will no doubt be recognised as a valuable addition to the professional library, particularly that of the insolvency practitioner - An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers