The law concerning businesses in difficulty underwent substantial modifications in December 2008. Some of these changes were substantive and others, no less important, were aimed at responding to early difficulties in applying
the Safeguard Law. Without upsetting the architecture of
the law concerning businesses in difficulty, these innovations, combined with the latest jurisprudence, profoundly modify day-to-day practices in this area, and must be completely understood by the judge. In addition, the Law of 15th June 2010 concerning the individual entrepreneur with limited liability (“EIRL”) brought important modifications.
Course teaching method:
This session is for practitioners of collective proceedings, who already have an understanding of the subject.