Corporate Finance for Lawyers explores the intricate relationship between law and corporate finance. Utilising the ‘Financial Mindmap’ throughout, chapters depict financial concepts by using colours and visualisations in a clear and intuitive manner.
Bankruptcy: Law and Practice presents a comprehensive guide to the law of bankruptcy in England and Wales and how it is applied in practice, focusing on this key area of personal insolvency law in order to provide a full understanding of how these laws operate.
This incisive book critically explores the principles, purpose and application of corporate rescue in order to bring new significance to rescue theory. Responding to key legislative developments and recent case law, it examines major insolvency theories and establishes which theoretical principles are prominently applied in practice, and whether these principles have affected the drivers of policy consideration.
This unique book provides readers with a concise yet rigorous outline of the English corporate insolvency framework as it is practised in domestic and cross-border cases. In doing so, this primer provides clear and accessible guidance on what is often considered to be a highly technical subject.
This comprehensive book provides a clear analysis of the main features of the European Insolvency Regulation 2015/848, within the context of previous EU initiatives, as well as addressing the contrasting objectives of universalism and territorialism which underpin cross border insolvency law. It measures the EU regulations against the UNCITRAL Model Law on Cross Border Insolvency and compares this with how the Model Law has been implemented elsewhere, such as in the US and the UK.
This comprehensive book offers a thorough exposition and analysis of all aspects of the dissolution and restoration of companies. Considering all relevant UK legislation and case law, it examines the ways in which companies are both dissolved and restored, the issues that may arise in these processes, and the effects this has on the company and third parties.
Providing a definition of the concept of harmonisation within the context of the European Union, this timely book debunks the idea that EU harmonisation measures are made behind closed doors in Brussels and imposed, top-down, on the Member States. Offering an in-depth exploration of the concept of harmonisation through the lens of European Insolvency Law, the book will be an insightful read for students and legal scholars interested in EU law and the law-making process.
Exploring the considerable qualitative research conducted by the Judicial Cooperation in Economic Recovery (JCOERE) Project, this book provides a rich analysis of the questions surrounding the contrasting legal traditions and cultures within the European framework.
With individual voluntary arrangements assuming an increasingly dominant position within personal insolvency law over the last 35 years, this timely book presents a concise yet authoritative guide to this formal debt relief mechanism. It analyses the statutory framework and how this has been interpreted and applied by the courts, as well as the policies that guide it.