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ABI Guide to Cross-border Insolvency in the United States Price: $ 45.00
This Guide is a must-read for any practitioner involved in international insolvency issues. The authors address the history of the UNCITRAL Model Law on Cross-border Insolvency, which the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law adopted in 1997 after five years of meetings and discussion. Thirteen states have now adopted this law, which includes the United States’ adoption of chapter 15 as part of the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005. The authors discuss chapter 15 and its provisions in detail, providing helpful insight to the practitioner. In addition, the authors discuss the U.S.’s international insolvency law before its adoption of chapter 15, and there is an extensive discussion of repealed section 304 of the Bankruptcy Code, how it worked in practice and how chapter 15 is fundamentally different. The book also includes a comprehensive chart describing the treatment of cross-border insolvencies by each of almost 40 countries. For those involved in the evolving new world of chapter 15 law, this publication provides the necessary overview to understanding the law in practice. Softbound, 92 pages.

 

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Author:George M. Kelakos, Daniel M. Glosband, Josefina McEvoy, Hon. Burton Lifland et al
Publisher:ABI
Date of Publication:11/08/2008
ISBN Number:978-0-9818655-2-2
Format:Softbound
Edition:First
Pages:92
Product Description
Softbound, 92 pages, 6x9"
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