Edited by: Joanne Wright
Insolvency Law is an essential Irish text for practitioners working in the field and for trainees undertaking the Law Society's Professional Practice Course in Ireland. It examines the many aspects of insolvency that practitioners face, including personal insolvency, company insolvency, compulsory and voluntary liquidations, receiverships, alternatives to winding up, and international insolvency. The book is designed to equip practitioners with the Irish legal knowledge necessary to act for liquidators, receivers, examiners, directors, and shareholders of insolvent companies and third parties, such as creditors, banks, and employees of insolvent companies. Issues most frequently encountered in practice and recent legal developments are clearly explained by leading experts in the field. Sample documentation is also included where relevant.
Publication Date: 11/30/2009