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9780314274120

Bankruptcy Law Client Strategies in the Middle East and Africa : Leading Lawyers on Examining Local Bankruptcy Systems, Analyzing Recent and Proposed Changes to Laws, and Preparing Successful Client Strategies (Inside the Minds)

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    9780314274120

  • ISBN10:

    031427412X

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2011-01-01
  • Publisher: West Group

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Bankruptcy Law Client Strategies in the Middle East and Africa provides an authoritative, insider's perspective on best practices for navigating the Middle Eastern and African bankruptcy and insolvency systems. Featuring partners representing law firms across various countries in the Middle East and Africa, including Israel, Ghana, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Iran, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Madagascar, Niger, Burkina Faso, the Central African Republic, and Lebanon, this book guides the reader through each country's individual bankruptcy laws, including the latest reforms and changes that still need to be enacted. From deciding which type of bankruptcy to file and understanding the filing requirements to protecting investments and negotiating with trustees, these top lawyers reveal how to create and implement an effective client strategy. In addition to examining recent influential cases and liquidations, they also analyze the impact that globalization, the current political climate, and the economic recession have had on commercial bankruptcy. Finally, these leaders discuss the challenges involved in dealing with outdated laws, enforcing penalties, and communicating with local governments and bankruptcy courts. The different niches represented and the breadth of perspectives presented enable readers to get inside some of the great legal minds of today, as these experienced lawyers offer up their thoughts on the keys to success within this complex field.

Table of Contents

Insolvency and Bankruptcy: Navigating the Ghanaian Systemp. 7
Understanding the Intricacies of Saudi Arablan Bankruptcy Lawp. 39
The Emergence of Distributive Justice Within Current Israeli Bankruptcy Rulingsp. 55
Bankruptcy Proceedings in Ghanap. 65
Bankruptcy Strategies for Jordanian Commercial Lawp. 83
The Insolvency of Bond Companies in Israel in Recent Yearsp. 91
Investor Protection in Iran: A Bankruptcy Approachp. 101
Zimbabwean Insolvency Law: Understanding the Impact of a Struggling Economy and Developing Legal Frameworkp. 141
The Practice of Insolvency in Tanzaniap. 157
Israeli Bankruptcy and Liquidation Proceedingsp. 165
Bankruptcy in Francophone Africa: Ohada's Uniform Act in Theory and Practicep. 179
Egyptian Bankruptcy Laws and their Evolutionp. 197
Managing Bankruptcy and Insolvency Matters in Lebanon's Developing Marketp. 213
Appendicesp. 231
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