Agenda published for the forthcoming INSOL International Academics' Group Meeting - Dublin, 11-13 June 2010

INSOL have published the agenda for the forthcoming International Academics’ Group Meeting which is to be held in Dublin (the biggest city in the world, it keeps on doubling - sorry). The event is due to take place between 11 – 13 June 2010. The agenda looks very interesting and there is an excellent group of speakers and subject matter lined up. Here is the agenda:

Friday 11 June 2010
6.00 p.m. – 6.30 p.m. Delegate Registration
7.30 p.m. – 10.00 p.m. Welcome Dinner
The Radisson Blu Royal Hotel
8 Golden Lane

Saturday 12 June 2010
9.00 a.m. – 5.30 p.m. Meeting Sessions
Sunday 13 June 2010
9.00 a.m. – 4.00 p.m. Meeting Sessions


Revision of the EC Insolvency Regulation

Dr. Irit Mevorach, University of Nottingham
Alex Kastrinou, University of Westminster
Professor Adrian Walters, Nottingham Trent University and Anton Smith
Geldards LLP

The regulation, and the fiduciary duties, of insolvency practitioners
Professor David Burdette, Nottingham Trent University and
Professor Anneli Loubser, University of South Africa

“Things I wish the academics had taught us” – Opening lines of
communication between practice and academe

(Panel-led Open Forum).

Banks and Insolvency
Professor Roman Tomasic, Durham University
Andrew Campbell, University of Leeds
Dr Luminita Tuleasca, Romanian-American university of Bucharest

Insolvency within corporate groups:
Professor Angel Ballesteros, Pablo de Olavide University
Focus on Africa: national and international perspectives on insolvency law:
Doris Leno, University of Pretoria
Benhajj S. Masoud, Nottingham Trent University
International standard-setting and assessment; The ALI/III Global Principles
of Insolvency

Professor Ron Harmer (UCL)
Professor Bob Wessels (University of Leiden) and
Professor Ian Fletcher (UCL)

Recent reforms: reports and comments
“Research in progress” – members’ forum to exchange information and
ideas about current and prospective research:
(i) Issues surrounding the granting of comprehensive security
Professor André Boraine, University of Pretoria

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