An Introduction to the Judicial Co-operation in Economic Recovery (JCOERE) Project
Dramatic changes to insolvency law throughout the EU in the last couple of decades have refocused on rehabilitation and rescue instead of liquidation. Rescue frameworks have often introduced conflicts with traditional insolvency law principles such as equality of treatment of creditors, transparency and predictability. This has become even more complicated due to the requirement for judicial cooperation in cross-border insolvency cases.
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First published in Eurofenix, the journal of INSOL Europe (edition: 75).
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