Conference „Cross-Border Insolvency Proceedings: Detecting Best Practices” (21)
Conference „Cross-Border Insolvency Proceedings: Detecting Best Practices”
04.04.2017., Turiba University, Riga
On the 4th of April, 2017 Turiba University organizes international conference on cross-border insolvency process „Cross-Border Insolvency Proceedings: Detecting Best Practices”.
The conference will give a chance to get acquainted with topical legal issues on cross-border insolvency proceedings in Latvia and other European countries. The aim of the conference is to draw attention of the advocates, judges, practicing lawyers, insolvency process administrators and supervising governmental institutions to the uniform, transparent and predictable organization of the cross-border insolvency process within limits of one country and on the scale of European Union.
Subjects to be discussed in the conference:
• Effectiveness of the Insolvency Regulation (EC) No. 1346/2000
• Uniform application of the rules of regulation and uniform practice
• International jurisdiction in the insolvency issues
• Coordination of the insolvency process
• Applicable laws in cross-border insolvency
• Recognition of decisions and powers of liquidators
• Cooperation and communication between insolvency office holders and authorities
• Information to and rights of creditors.
Please find Program of the conference here.
Participation in the conference is free of charge. Working language – English.
Registration – until the 29th of March, 2017. Please take into account limited number of places in the conference. For registration please fill in application form and send to:
Turiba University is a partner in the project financed by the European Union „SaveComp”, whose aim is to gather and share the best practice materials on the cross-border and pre-insolvency proceedings.
The project „SaveComp” (project No. JUST/2014/JCOO/AG/CIVI/7693), co-financed by the European Union, is realized by the Genova University (Italy) in cooperation with the following partner universities: Turiba University (Latvia),Institute of Private International Law in Sofia (Bulgaria), University of Amsterdam (the Netherlands), Charles University in Prague (Czechia), Johannes Gutenberg Universität Mainz (Germany), University of Glasgow (the United Kingdom), and IPR Verlag. The results of the project will be summarized also in the best practice compendium in the cross-border insolvency issues, and the articles on topical issues on the cross-border insolvency.
Academic coordinator of the project
Lecturer of Turiba University
Dana Rone, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org