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Readership: Practitioners and academics in the field of insolvency law throughout the world; legal libraries; intergovernmental organizations such as the IMF and World Bank.
Edited by Dennis Faber, Radbound University Nijmegen; Clifford Chance, Niels Vermunt, Radboud University Nijmegen; Linklaters, Jason Kilborn, Radboud University Nijmegen; John Marshall Law School (Chicago), and Tomáš Richter, Radboud University Nijmegen; Charles University of Prague: Clifford Chance LLP
Dennis Faber is Professor of private and commercial law at the Business & Law Research Centre of the Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands, and member of its Executive Board. He is senior adviser with Clifford Chance LLP, Amsterdam Office, and
justice at The Hague Court of Appeal. Prof. Faber is co-editor of the Oxford International and Comparative Insolvency Law Series.
Niels Vermunt is a senior researcher and lecturer in the field of private and commercial law at the Business & Law Research Centre of the Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands, and secretary of its Executive Board. He is also adviser with Linklaters LLP, Amsterdam Office (Banking & Capital Markets Department). Niels Vermunt is co-editor of the Oxford International and Comparative Insolvency Law Series.
Jason Kilborn is Professor of Law at John Marshall Law School (Chicago) and Professor of International and Comparative
Insolvency Law at the Business & Law Research Centre of the Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands. He chairs the World Bank drafting group on the treatment of insolvency of natural persons and is a member of the World Bank working group on insolvency.
Professor Tomáš Richter is Of Counsel in the Prague office of Clifford Chance LLP and is Professor of Cross-border Corporate Insolvency Law at the Business & Law Research Centre of the Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands. He also teaches at the Institute of Economic Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University
"This Volume's authors have done a formidable job and the Series itself promises to become a truly valuable source not only for practitioners, but also for researchers and legislators." - Professor Dr. Bob Wessels (University of Leiden, Leiden Law School), International Insolvency Law Review
"Practitioners, as well as academics involved in global business, would do well to add this useful and enlightening book to their professional libraries." - Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor, Richmond Green Chambers
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2: Eric Dirix and Roel Fransis: National Report for Belgium
3: Rachel Sztajn, Paulo Fernando Campos Salles de Toledo and Fernando César Nimer Moreira da Silva: National Report for Brazil
4: Ngaundje Leno Doris: National Report for Cameroon
5: Stephanie Ben-Ishai: National Report for Canada
6: Wang Weiguo: National Report for the People's Republic of China
7: Tomáš Richter: National Report for the Czech Republic
8: Gerard McCormack: National Report for England
9: Cécile Dupoux and Carole Nerguararian: National Report for France
10: Christoph G. Paulus and Matthias Berberich: National Report for Germany
11: David Hahn: National Report for Israel
12: Carlos Sanchez-Mejorada y Velasco: National Report for Mexico
13: Dennis Faber and Niels Vermunt: National Report for the Netherlands
14: Marek Porzycki: National Report for Poland
15: Kathleen van der Linde: National Report for South Africa
16: Soogeun Oh and Heejong Song: National Report for the Republic of Korea (South Korea)
17: J. Ignacio Tirado: National Report for Spain
18: Annina H. Persson and Marie Karlsson Tuula: National Report for Sweden
19: Benhajj Masoud: National Report for Tanzania
20: Jason Kilborn Bibliography: National Report for the United States