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Chapter 1 deals with the concept of and approaches to ‘corporate rescue’ and examines the theoretical debate on the goals of insolvency law and corporate rescue, and how those various and sometimes competing goals could be effectively served. It further considers the advantages of the pre-pack approach in corporate rescue and questions whether this pragmatic approach to rescue is capable of accommodating different goals in corporate rescue, in the absence of an agreed working standard against which to measure these goals.