International Insolvency Law: Themes and Perspectives (Google eBook)

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Professor Paul Omar
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., Feb 28, 2013 - Law - 452 pages
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International insolvency is a newly-established branch of the study of insolvency that owes much to the phenomenon of cross-border incorporations and conduct of business in more than one jurisdiction. It is largely an offspring of globalization. Paul Omar examines the development of domestic rules dealing with cross-border instances and the many international projects in the field.
  

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Contents

Where Private Intemational Law
27
Re Alfred Shaw and Co Ltd 1897 8 QLJ 93
40
The Law and Economics of Corporate Insolvency Some Thoughts
61
How and When Does
83
Brashs Pty Ltd 1998 26 ACSR 685
87
Re Cobar Mines Pty Ltd 1998 30 ACSR 125 9697
96
Halcha Holdings Pty Ltd admr apptd 1995 18 ACSR 835
97
A Comparative Analysis of the Administration Regimes in Australia
105
Austria
196
Bank Insolvency and the Problem of NonPerforming Loans
211
Belgium
229
Spectrum Plus Less of a Bang than a Whimper?
237
Principles on a Regional Basis in SADC Countries
267
Bamard NO Vittmar Industries Pty Ltd 2001
274
The Treatment of Employee Claims
295
The Claim Against an Insolvent for Environmental Damage
335

Re Origin Internet Solutions Pty Ltd 2004 FCA 382 1
114
Re Pan Pharmaceuticals Ltd 2003 FCA 855
126
Halcha Holdings Pty Ltd 1996 14 ACLC 263
131
Benchmarking Consumer Bankruptcy
135
Coming to Terms with the COMI Concept in the European Insolvency
173
The Dominance of Main Insolvency Proceedings under the European
185
Supermarket Haasenback Pty Ltd v Santam Insurance Ltd 1989
360
Reducing Collateral Damage in Franchisor Insolvency
367
United Kingdom
370
Foodcorp Pty Ltd 1994 113 ACSR 796 96
379
Index
403
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About the author (2013)

Paul Omar is a Barrister and Senior Lecturer in Law at the University of Sussex, UK.

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