László Csia, from Hungary, interviewed me concerning several issues related to the Insolvency Regulation. Here is a draft of the proof.
Onder de titel "De bewindvoerder, een octopus" verschijn dit najaar een bundel artikel gewijd aan het Voorontwerp Insolventierecht. Aan mij was verzocht een aantal verplichtingen van de bewindvoerder te belichten. Zie bijgaande proef.
A master thesis, written by Frederiek Bulten and Marie-Louise Nauta-de Smit and defended in June 2007 at the Leiden Law School, contains a comparative analysis of two recently drafted domestic legislations on cross-border insolvency relating to non-Member States countries, namely Spain and the pre-draft of November 2007 of the Netherlands. The Spanish Act entered into force in September 2004 and has been influenced by both the Model Law and the European Regulation. The Dutch Pre-Draft too extensively reflects the provisions of the Regulation and is influenced by the Model Law.The master thesis is supervised by me and by professor Ángel Ballesteros of the University of Seville in Spain. Personally I think the thesis symbolises the benefit of cooperation between academics from several jurisdictions, both for the students as for the supervisors, and I would gladly be of assistance in supporting other initiatives. thesis
The Dutch Supreme Court on 26 June 2008 has referred a question for interpretation to the European Court of Justice with regard to Article 25(2) EU Insolvency Regulation. See the http://bobwessels.nl/uploads/2008/07/hr-20-june-2008-eng-short.pdf
With pleasure I refer to an article of Paul Omar (University of Sussex) mentioning several projects within which academics in (international) insolvency law communicate and cooperate together. Anyone with an interest also can ask for further information via firstname.lastname@example.org. See his article.