Editor: Donald S. Bernstein
This eighth edition of The Insolvency Review once again offers an in-depth review of market conditions and insolvency case developments in key countries. This year’s book is being published as the world continues to cope with the covid-19 pandemic. Some countries are more affected than others but one thing is clear: in addition to the tragic impact of the pandemic on the lives and health of so many around the world, the economic hardship on individuals and businesses is extensive.
Expert local accounts of insolvency and bankruptcy law worldwide, addressing: applicable legislation, excluded entities, secured lending and credit, competent courts, voluntary liquidations and reorganisations, involuntary liquidations and reorganisations, doing business during reorganisations, stays of proceedings and moratoria, set-off and netting, post-filing credit, expedited, successful and unsuccessful reorganisations, bankruptcy formalities, claims and appeals, voidable transactions, creditors’ enforcement, director and officer liability and international cases.
Editor: John Riches
We can expect a significantly changed paradigm to prevail to the planning arena for wealthy families in the months and years ahead once the primary crisis generated by the pandemic concludes. A key area of uncertainty at present is the extent to which enhanced tax measures will be targeted at the wealthy.
This ninth edition of The Private Wealth & Private Client Review aims to provide a comprehensive update of the subject in 30 jurisdictions globally.
Editor: Steven M. Bierman
Whether you are a corporate counsel, a business executive, a private practitioner, or a government official, and whether you are facing litigation or arbitration of a commercial dispute, negotiating a contract with an eye toward minimising litigation risk, or simply interested in learning more about this important area of law as related by seasoned and savvy practitioners, we hope you will find this volume informative, instructive, and enjoyable.