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Cross-Border Bankruptcy Reform in NAFTA Jurisdictions: Has Seizing Control of Troubled, Closely-Held Corporations Gotten Easier?

by Michael D. Good – 2008-08-01

This article addresses the ability of court-appointed representatives in off-shore cases to control domestic assets through the cross-border insolvency provisions of US law and the laws of Mexico.  It first appeared in International Corporate Rescue, Volume 5, Issue 4 published by Chase Cambria Publishing – www.chasecambria.com.  Click the link below to access a *.pdf file.

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