Virtual Territoriality

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Current efforts to harmonize the laws of secured credit and bankruptcy, and to centralize bankruptcy case administration are predicated on the belief that regularizing debtor’s rights and creditor’s remedies will cause global business to flourish and will...

A Comment on Universal Proceduralism

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Professor Janger’s proposal of universal proceduralism seeks a middle ground between territorialism and universalism in international insolvency cases by placing administration of the case in one main proceeding while dividing the debtor’s assets into...

Report of the Mission to China of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York

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This Report is submitted to the Executive Committee of The Association of the Bar of the City of New York (New York City Bar Association), to the Association’s Council on International Affairs and to its committees on Asian Affairs and International Human Rights...