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Insolvency Intelligence

Insolvency Intelligence
Practice Area: Insolvency
ISSN: 0950-2645
Published by: Sweet & Maxwell
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Insolvency Intelligence provides immediate, succinct and authoritative coverage of insolvency law, practice and procedure. An expert team of accountants and lawyers offers practical advice on the application of the law in clear and concise articles.
  • Feature Articles - by adopting a balanced law and accountancy approach, these in-depth articles cover all the most important topical issues
  • Special Briefing - considers particular points of practice including DTI statistical reports, economic trends, European and international aspects and precedents
  • Case Digest - a concise summary of the facts of each case plus a clear explanation of its significance in practice. Both reported and unreported cases are included as well as overseas cases
  • Notice Board - provides an invaluable round-up of essential items of information, and includes a column from the current President of the ILA

Recent articles and case notes have considered:

  • Wrongful Trading
  • The equity of exoneration in the 21st century
  • Analysis of the case of Bilta (UK) Ltd (in liquidation) v Nazir (No.2)
  • The Insolvency Rules 2016 and their effects
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    CONTRIBUTOR INFORMATION

    If you would like to submit an article for publication in Insolvency Intelligence, please contact Professor Milman at d.milman@lancaster.ac.uk 


    Refereeing (Peer Reviewing) Policy for papers submitted to Insolvency Intelligence
    Papers submitted for publication are initially assessed by the General Editors. On the basis of their estimation of the quality and suitability of the item in question, the paper is then referred to at least one member of the Editorial Board for further consideration. Occasionally, further expert opinion may be sought from outside the serving members of the Editorial Board, where the subject matter of the article warrants such inquiry. If the refereeing process results in a decision to publish, the author may be invited to revise the paper in response to referees' comments.

    EDITORS & EDITORIAL BOARD

    General Editor
    David Milman (University of Lancaster) 

    Editors
    Philip Ridgway,
    Temple Tax Chambers
    Mark Shaw, London Head of Restructuring, BDO LLP
    Kristin van Zwieten, Associate Professor of Law and Finance, Oxford
    Rory Conway, Partner, Linklaters

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