- Insolvency law v arbitration
- General position under English law
- Liquidation (compulsory and voluntary)
- Cross border issues
Restructuring & Insolvency analysis: Insolvency law contains summary processes for dealing with claims and protections against certain proceedings commencing or continuing. There has been some debate, and recent case law, concerning the primacy of these rules over agreements to arbitrate. In the following article, Stewart Perry, partner in Clyde & Co’s insolvency and reorganisation team and member of the Lexis®PSL Restructuring and Insolvency Consulting Editorial board, looks at what the current position is under English law and beyond.
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