WIESBADEN: International insolvency legislation – separated by a common language?
Different implementing legislation for the UNCITRAL Model Law in the US and the UK has created two countries separated by a common language, speakers argued at a recent panel in Germany – as a former Cologne bankruptcy judge argued that Germany’s own international insolvency law is sufficient to get along without the Model Law.
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