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Our research on personal insolvency matters in cross-border perspective

Personal Insolvency Law in Practice, by Susan Morgan, Neil Smyth, John Tribe. Publisher: Jordan Publishing, March 2013.

Cross-border Insolvency II: A Guide to Recognition and Enforcement, by INSOL International. Publisher: INSOL International, October 2012.

International Insolvency Law, 3rd edition, by Prof. Bob Wessels. Publisher: Kluwer (NL), March 2012.

Cross Border Insolvency, 3rd edition. General Editor: Richard Sheldon QC. Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional, January 2012.

The Law of Insolvency, by Ian F. Fletcher. Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell, May 2009.

International Cooperation in Bankruptcy and Insolvency Matters, by Bob Wessels, Hon. Bruce A Markell and Jason Kilborn. Publisher: Oxford University Press, March 2009.

The EC Regulation on Insolvency Proceedings: A Commentary and Annotated Guide 2nd ed, by Gabriel Moss, Ian F. Fletcher, Stuart Issacs. Publisher: Oxford University Press, March 2009.

Private International Law, by James Fawcett, Janeen Carruthers and Peter North. Publisher: Oxford University Press, October 2008.

International Insolvency Law: Themes and Perspectives, by Paul J. Omar. Publisher: Ashgate, March 2008.

Personal Insolvency: Law and Practice, by Stephen Schaw Miller, Edward Bailey, Christopher Berry. Publisher: Butterworths Law, 4th Revised edition, March 2008.

Principles of International Insolvency: v. 1, by Philip R. Wood. Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell, Jun 2007.

International Insolvency Law (Wessels Insolvency Law), by Bob Wessels. Publisher: Kluwer Law International, February 2007.

European Insolvency Regulation: Commentary (de Gruyter Commentaries on European Law), by Klaus Pannen (Editor). Publisher: Rechtswissenschaften de Gruyter Verlags-GmbH, 1st edition, December 2007.

Dicey, Morris & Collins on the Conflict of Laws. General Editors: Lord Justice Lawrence Collins; Professor C G J Morse; Professor David McClean; Professor Adrian Briggs; Professor Jonathan Harris; Professor Campbell McLachlan. Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell, 2006.

European Cross-Border Insolvency Regulation, by Jona Israel. Publisher: Intersentia, September 2005.

Insolvency in Private International Law: National and International Approaches, by Ian F. Fletcher. Publisher: Oxford University Press; 2nd Revised edition, September 2005.

The EC Regulation on Insolvency Proceedings. Law and Practice, by Miguel Virgos Soriano and Fco. J Garcimart in Alferez. Publisher: Kluwer Law International, October 2004.

The EC Regulation on Insolvency Proceedings: A Commentary and Annotated Guide, by Gabriel Moss, Ian F. Fletcher, Stuart Issacs. Publisher: Oxford University Press, December 2002.

Insolvency Intelligence, editors: Steven A Frieze, Professor David Milman. Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell.

Bankruptcy and Personal Insolvency Reports, editors: Paul French, Jonathan Middleton and David Milman. Publisher: Jordan Publishing.

Eurofenix, the journal of INSOL Europe.

INSOL World, the journal of INSOL International.

International Insolvency Review, Editor: Professor Ian F. Fletcher, Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

Corporate Rescue and Insolvency, in-house editor: Sarah Hubert. Publisher: LexisNexis.

International Corporate Rescue, editor-in-chief: Mark Fennessy, Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe (Europe) LLP. Publisher: Chase Cambria Publishing.

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