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Vol. 17, No. 5 (2008)
A Vision of the European Insolvency Law
Prof. Dr. Christoph G. Paulus
The Development of Court-to-Court Communications in
Schedule A: Table of Cases
Schedule B: Guidelines Applicable to Court-to-Court
Communications in Cross-Border Cases
The American Law Institute in association with the International
Bear Stearns Appeal Decision
Daniel M. Glosband
Cross-Border Insolvencies and Chapter 15: Recent U.S. Case Law
Determining Whether a Foreign Proceeding Is “Main” or
“Nonmain” or Neither
William H. Schrag, William C. Heuer, and Robert E. Cortes
International Comity After Chapter 15: A Residual Right to Recognition?
Brendan M. Driscoll
Conflict Between Bankruptcy Code §§ 109(a) and 1515: Do U.S.
Bankruptcy Courts Have Jurisdiction Over Chapter 15 Cases if the
Foreign Debtor Has No Assets or Presence in the U.S.?
Susan Power Johnston
Hedge Funds: The New Masters of the Bankruptcy Universe
Robert J. Rosenberg and Michael J. Riela
The Bankruptcy Process in Pakistan
Ben Branch, Saira Latif, and Khalid A. Rehman
National and International Aspects of Russian Insolvency Law:
Problems and Possible Solutions
Tatiana V. Tkachenko
Hon. William L. Norton, Jr.
Insolvency Issue: E. Bruce Leonard
Gavin Phillips and William L. Norton, III
Mary A. Raha
Jean E. Maess, J.D.
EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD
R. Neal Batson
Alston & Bird
Amelia H. Boss
Temple University School of Law
G. Eric Brunstad, Jr.
Arnold B. Cohen
Villanova University School of Law
Duane Morris, LLP
David G. Heiman
Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue
Washington and Lee University School of Law
Lynn M. Lopucki
University of California at Los Angeles School of Law
Mark E. Macdonald
MacDonald Schubler & Artz
Charles W. Mooney, Jr.