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CMS Restructuring and Insolvency in Europe Newsletter | Autumn 2009

01/08/2009

We are pleased to present this autumn edition of the CMS Restructuring and Insolvency in Europe Newsletter. We aim to give information on topical issues in insolvency and restructuring law in countries in which CMS offices are located.

This edition looks at:

  • ECJ - decision on the jurisdiction for actions connected to insolvency proceedings
  • Austria - certain new rules on insolvency proceedings
  • Belgium - new Belgian federal Law on the Continuity of Undertakings
  • Croatia - the mergers of companies in negative equity
  • Czech Republic - recent changes to the Czech Commercial Code
  • France - Appropriate use of the French sauvegarde procedure
  • Germany - continuation agreements as a means for insolvent companies to carry on trading
  • Italy - recent reforms to bankruptcy law
  • Netherlands - principles of due process, as illustrated in the Yukos Oil Company case
  • Poland - recent amendments to the Bankruptcy and Rehabilitation Law
  • Romania - continuation of “current” loan agreements
  • Russia - liabilities and challenges in Russian insolvency
  • Spain - certain reforms to insolvency law
  • Ukraine - insolvency in the banking sector
  • United Kingdom - a High Court decision on COMI and the UNCI TRAL Model Law
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CMS Restructuring and Insolvency in Europe Newsletter | Autumn 2009
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