Annual Review of Insolvency Law 2018 (Print + ProView)

Dr. Janis Sarra; The Honourable Justice Barbara Romaine

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Annual Review of Insolvency Law is a collection of papers on insolvency issues contributed by practitioners, academics, and the judiciary

Editors: Dr. Janis P. Sarra, LL.B., LL.M., S.J.D. and
The Honourable Justice Barbara Romaine

The Annual Review of Insolvency Law 2018 offers a collection of articles from today's experts, both academic and practising. Authors weigh in on the most vital debates, theorize on future implications of current rules and trends, and scrutinize the practical implications of recent proceedings and challenges.

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This year’s edition features 26 articles providing a comprehensive analysis of current developments in insolvency law in Canada. The table of contents includes:

  • Cindy Cheuk and William Stransky, "Keep Up and Wind Up: Effects of Technological Innovation on Insolvency Law"
  • Micheline Gleixner, "A Canadian Financial Consumer Protection Code: Is Canada Ready for Round Three?"
  • Tevia R M Jeffries, "Contempt Across Canada: Recent Comments on Contempt and Insolvency from Alberta and Prince Edward Island Courts"
  • Signa Daum Shanks and Stephanie Ben-Ishai, "Accommodating Bankruptcy and the Duty to Consult"
  • Guillaume Michaud, "New Frontier: the Emergence of Litigation Funding in the Canadian Insolvency Landscape"
  • Howard A Gorman, John Cassell, Aditya M Badami, “The Priority of Municipal Tax Claims in Receiverships: Addressing a Vexing Issue for the Courts and Practitioners”
  • Anna J Lund and Arooj Shah, "Bankrupt Gamblers: Research Informed Practice for Insolvency Trustees"
  • Gregory Azeff, Stephanie De Caria and Matthew McGuire, "Governing the Ungovernable: Cryptocurrencies in Insolvency Proceedings"
  • Jordan Schultz and Emily LeDue, "Data Dealers: Selling Personal Information in Insolvency Proceedings"
  • Jeremy Opolsky and Jacob Babad, "Not Paid Today and May Not Be Paid Tomorrow: Developments in Post Filing Obligations of CCAA Debtors"
  • Alexis Teasdale, Isabel Langlois, Neil Honess, and Lexi Ng, "Preferring the Powerful: The Treatment of Landlords in Insolvency Proceedings"
  • Matthew Nied and Spencer Toffoli, "It’s Not You, It’s Me: Disclaimer of Contracts in Receivership and CCAA Proceedings"
  • David LeGeyt, Ashley Weldon, Natasha Wood and Brendan Downey, "Uncertain Succession: The Past, Present and Future of Royalties and Vesting in Canadian Insolvency Law"
  • Jeffrey Carhart and Margaret Sims, "Vesting Orders, Appeal Periods and the 2018 Decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal in Third Eye Capital Corporation v Ressources Dianor Inc"
  • Alfonso Nocilla and Vern W DaRe, "The Trouble with Pre-Packs"
  • Edward A Sellers, "Developments and Trends in the Governance of Distressed Enterprises in Canadian Insolvency Proceedings: Who Is Making Critical Decisions?"
  • Andrew J Hatnay, “UFCW v Rose of Sharon: Do Receivers have a Duty to Bargain?”
  • Sarah Hawco, “Kriegman v Dill: Revisiting the Comity Trilogy”
  • Ouassim Tadlaoui, Marc Duchesne, Michel La Roche, Bertrand Giroux and Christian Bourque, "Using the CCAA as a Collection Tool: The Hexagone File Example"
  • Stephanie Wanke, "The Spectre of Conflicts: An Insolvency Lawyer’s Bogeyman"
  • Michael J Hanlon, Vicki Tickle and Emily Csiszar, "Conflicting Case Law, Competing Statutes, and the Confounding Priority Battle of the Interim Financing Charge and the Crown’s Deemed Trust for Source Deductions"
  • Randal S Van de Mosselaer and Emily Paplawski, "Oil and Gas Joint Operations and Insolvency: Who’s In Charge Here Anyway?"
  • Janis Sarra, "Flotsam, Financing and Flotation: Is Canada ‘Resolution Ready’ for Insurance Company Insolvency?" / Janis Sarra, « Épaves, financement et flottement : Le Canada est-il prêt pour la résolution des sociétés d’assurance insolvables? »
  • Sean Zweig and Preet K Bell, "The Expanded Use of the CBCA in Debt Restructurings"
  • Maziar Peihani, "Orderly Resolution of Too-Big-To-Fail Banks: An Elusive Objective for International Law?"
  • Luc Morin and Arad Mojtahedi, “What Did You Expect? Equity Claims, Shareholders and the Insolvent Corporation”

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