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Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Considers recent contract dispute where company was found insolvent despite its subsequent survival.
Bartier Perry
The first in a series of articles to examine how companies can benefit from the debtor in control restructuring process.
This recent case is a reminder of the high threshold required to prove solvency when faced with a statutory demand.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
This case confirms the approach for liquidators of trustee companies that have ceased to be trustees from liquidation.
Border closures, recruitment and supply chain delays are expected to be the most significant pressures for businesses.
Cathro & Partners
How failure to maintain records can expose directors to personal liability if a liquidator is appointed.
Cathro & Partners
Businesses often fail because they have poor legal documents or financial systems in place.
Cathro & Partners
How does a business manage to avoid liquidation and yet survive through this unpredictable environment?
McCarthy Tétrault LLP
In the matter of the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act (the "CCAA") of Bloom Lake, the Superior Court of Québec rendered a judgment regarding the expansion of the powers of the monitor in a context where a creditor refused to produce documentation requested by the debtors.
Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
A Comparison of the Key Differences Between Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code and the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act.
Gowling WLG
In this series, you will meet a number of practitioners in our Toronto office who have helped their clients overcome a variety of complex legal obstacles.
European Union
On 15 september 2021, a major reform of French insolvency law was enacted, mainly to implement the European Restructuring Directive.
Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP
After the "Dutch scheme"1 and the "German scheme"2 entered into force at the beginning of 2021, France has now published its much-anticipated transposition of the European directive of 20 June 2019...
Collas Crill
There are two ways in which the Guernsey Royal Court can provide assistance to foreign insolvency practitioners...
Hong Kong
In Singularis, as is well known, the Privy Council Board considered the doctrine of modified universalism whereby, broadly speaking, a court will give such assistance as it can to foreign insolvency proceedings, ...
Phoenix Legal
In recent times, several noteworthy judgments have been rendered by the Indian courts and tribunals in matters involving the insolvency law framework.
Tuli & Co
The Supreme Court has held that the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) does not have the jurisdiction or power to condone a delay exceeding 15 days in any appeal filed against a...
Acuity Law
This newsletter covers key updates about developments in the Insolvency Law during the month of September 2021.
Acuity Law
This newsletter covers key updates about the developments in Indian Insolvency laws during the month of July 2021.
Filing of personal insolvency against a personal guarantor is to be filed before the same NCLT as the corporate debtor.
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