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La Riforma Della Legge Fallimentare Italiana: Piu' Flessibilita' Per I Debitori E Ruolo Attivo Per I Creditori
Nel corso degli ultimi anni, il Legislatore ha profondamente riformato la sezione relativa alle procedure pre-fallimentari contenuta nel Regio Decreto n. 267 del 16 marzo 1942.
Italy
2 Oct 2015
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Italian Bankruptcy Law Reform Emphasizes Flexibility For Borrowers, Active Role For Creditors
This Commentary summarizes the main terms of certain innovations introduced by the Decree to the Italian Bankruptcy Law.
Italy
26 Aug 2015
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EuroResource - Deals and Debt - April 2013
On 29 March 2013, the Republic of Argentina proposed an alternative payment formula to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit that, if accepted, would allow Argentina to resolve litigation with creditors holding defaulted bonds.
Worldwide
8 May 2013
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EuroResource - Deals and Debt - August 2012
The UK Pensions Regulator issued a statement on financial support directions with the intention of providing further guidance regarding the circumstances in which it will issue an FSD after a company has been placed into administration.
European Union
31 Aug 2012
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European Perspective: Italian Supreme Court Recognizes That Judiciary Has Limited Powers To Review Arrangements With Creditors
During the last few years, Italian bankruptcy law has been shifting from a traditional "procedural/judicial" model, based on the central role of courts called upon to safe¬guard the "public interest" involved in bankruptcy by actively directing the procedure and making the most important decisions, to a model that recognizes the private interests of creditors.
Italy
6 Sep 2011
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