Invitation to write: Overlap between Bankruptcy/Insolvency Proceedings and Arbitrations
31 March 2020
March 2020: The Great Recession in 2007-2009 produced considerable learning about how arbitration fares when one of the disputing parties is in bankruptcy/insolvency proceedings. Since that time, developments have continued by jurisprudence, legislation and regulation. The economic consequences of the COVID-19 crisis will likely trigger an unfortunately large number of corporate insolvencies as well as Government rescue efforts. We hereby solicit proposals for articles on the overlap between national bankruptcy/insolvency laws and arbitrations affecting the debtor company.
Bankruptcy/insolvency law is of course national in character - there is nothing like an international bankruptcy law although some free trade agreements refer to th4e subject. So, we at TDM seek proposals considering different countries as well as an article on arbitrations and insolvency proceedings for a group of companies occurring simultaneously in a number of countries.
For this subject, we expect to receive proposals from authors who can demonstrate experience with the topic, whether scholarly or practical.
Send your proposals to firstname.lastname@example.org or ask for more information.
Deadline: at your earliest convenience, accepted papers (subject to peer review), will be published via our Advance publication channel.
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