Moss, Fletcher and Isaacs on the EU Regulation on Insolvency Proceedings

Hardcover | April 2, 2016

byGabriel Moss, Ian Fletcher, Stuart Isaacs

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This practical book provides complete analysis of the revised EU Regulation on Insolvency Proceedings (EIR), the main Regulation on cross-border insolvencies in the EU. This is an essential work for anyone who requires knowledge of insolvency law in the UK or in any of the other 26 EUcountries to which the Regulation is directly applicable. Timed to take into account the final amended version of the EIR, this third edition of the leading work contains detailed analysis and opinion on the effect of the changes to Regulation in practice. It also considers the numerous ECJ and relevant national cases which have been decided since the lastedition. As in previous editions the work is organised thematically with chapters considering jurisdiction, choice of law rules, enforcement, security, and financial services. Chapter 8 provides an article-by-article commentary of the Regulation itself.This is the leading work on the subject in English and has been cited by numerous courts in the EU, including the Advocate General of the European Court of Justice in the Eurofood case and by the appelate courts of Austria in Re: Stojevic. It is a must-have reference work for lawyers advising oninsolvencies with an international element and provides valuable resource in the run up to implementation of the amended Regulation in 2017.

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This practical book provides complete analysis of the revised EU Regulation on Insolvency Proceedings (EIR), the main Regulation on cross-border insolvencies in the EU. This is an essential work for anyone who requires knowledge of insolvency law in the UK or in any of the other 26 EUcountries to which the Regulation is directly applic...

Gabriel Moss QC is a Barrister at South Square. He sits part-time as a deputy High Court judge of the Chancery Division and is a part-time Visiting Professor in Corporate Insolvency Law at Oxford University. Professor Ian Fletcher is the Emeritus Professor of International Commercial Law at University College London. He was elected as...

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:600 pagesPublished:April 2, 2016Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

1. Professor Ian Fletcher: Historical Overview: The Drafting of the Regulation and its Precursors2. Stuart Isaacs QC and Richard Brent: The Insolvency Regulation as a Community Legal Instrument3. Professor Ian Fletcher: Scope and Jurisdiction4. Professor Ian Fletcher: Choice of Law Rules5. Georgina Peters and Daniel Bayfield: Recognition and Enforcement6. Stuart Isaacs QC, Felicity Toube, Nick Segal, and Jennifer Marshall: The Effect of the Regulation on Cross-Border Security and Quasi-Security7. Matthias Haentjens: Regulating Financial Services and Markets in the EU8. Gabriel Moss QC and Tom Smith: Commentary on Council Regulation 1346/2000 on Insolvency Proceedings and Regulation (EU) 2015/848 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 May 2015 on Insolvency Proceedings (Recast)Appendices:1. Consolidated Council Regulation (EC) No 1346/20002. Virgos-Schmit Report on the Convention on Insolvency Proceedings3. Regulation (EU) 2015/848 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 May 2015 on Insolvency Proceedings (Recast)

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"This book is a fine work, an erudite tour de force of scholarly but practical analysis of a fascinating and rapidly evolving body of law that has never been more relevant" --Gregory Campbell, Gibbs Dunn and Crutcher LLP, Business Law International Journal 10.3 2009