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Publisher: 
Carswell
Practice area: 
Bankruptcy
Jurisdiction: 
General
Publication date: 
2021-05-24
Carswell

Annual Review of Insolvency Law 2020 (Print + Proview)

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The Annual Review of Insolvency Law 2020 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.

New in this edition

This year’s edition features 15 articles providing a comprehensive analysis of current developments in insolvency law in Canada. The table of contents includes:

  • Insolvency and Contamination: Navigating Liabilities

— Gary Abrahamson, Jonathan Cocker, David Filice, Jan Nato and Michael Nowina

  • Recent Use of Statutory Discretion and Inherent Jurisdiction in Insolvency and Restructuring

— Sam Babe

  • The High and the Low: The Unique Challenges and Opportunities for Restructuring Cannabis Companies in CCAA Proceedings

— Mary IA Buttery, QC, Jared Enns and Ben Goodis

  • Bestriding the Narrow World: Is It Time to Bifurcate the Role of the CCAA Monitor?

— Vern W DaRe and Alfonso Nocilla

  • The Evolving Role of the Eyes and Ears of the Court: Empowering the CCAA Monitor to Initiate Legal Proceedings Against Third Parties

— Julie Himo and Arad Mojtahedi

  • The Crash After the High: Managing Insolvency in the Cannabis Sector

— Maria Konyukhova and Nicholas Avis

  • Being a Good Sport: A Comparative Analysis of Good Faith as a Statutory Obligation in Insolvency Proceedings

— Julien Morissette, Ilia Kravtsov and Cristina Cosneanu

  • Burnt Out: Lessons from the Cannabis Crash

— Chris Nyberg, James Reid and Morgan Crilly

  • Receivership versus CCAA in Real Property Development: Constructing a Framework for Analysis

— Jeremy Opolsky, Jacob Babad and Mike Noel

  • Chasing the “Pot of Gold”: Pursuing Litigation Claims in CCAA Proceedings

— Daniel T Richer and Aubrey E Kauffman

  • Circuit Break: Insights on Global Insolvency Developments during the COVID-19 Pandemic

— Dr. Janis P. Sarra

  • Good Faith in Insolvency and Restructuring: At The Intersection of Civilian and Common Law Paradigms, at a Fork in the Road or in a Merging Lane?

— Ari Y Sorek and Charlotte Dion

  • A Tale of Two Interests: Reframing Dynex to Account for Surrounding Circumstances in Determining Whether a Gross Overriding Royalty is an Interest in Land

— Elisa Stewart and Joel Henderson

  • Reverse Vesting Transactions: An Innovative Approach to Restructuring

— Bradley Wiffen

  • Caught in the Rye: The Canada Grain Act, Security, Title and Insolvency Proceedings

— H Lance Williams and Forrest Finn

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Carswell

Annual Review of Insolvency Law 2020 (Print + Proview)

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The Annual Review of Insolvency Law 2020 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.

New in this edition

This year’s edition features 15 articles providing a comprehensive analysis of current developments in insolvency law in Canada. The table of contents includes:

  • Insolvency and Contamination: Navigating Liabilities

— Gary Abrahamson, Jonathan Cocker, David Filice, Jan Nato and Michael Nowina

  • Recent Use of Statutory Discretion and Inherent Jurisdiction in Insolvency and Restructuring

— Sam Babe

  • The High and the Low: The Unique Challenges and Opportunities for Restructuring Cannabis Companies in CCAA Proceedings

— Mary IA Buttery, QC, Jared Enns and Ben Goodis

  • Bestriding the Narrow World: Is It Time to Bifurcate the Role of the CCAA Monitor?

— Vern W DaRe and Alfonso Nocilla

  • The Evolving Role of the Eyes and Ears of the Court: Empowering the CCAA Monitor to Initiate Legal Proceedings Against Third Parties

— Julie Himo and Arad Mojtahedi

  • The Crash After the High: Managing Insolvency in the Cannabis Sector

— Maria Konyukhova and Nicholas Avis

  • Being a Good Sport: A Comparative Analysis of Good Faith as a Statutory Obligation in Insolvency Proceedings

— Julien Morissette, Ilia Kravtsov and Cristina Cosneanu

  • Burnt Out: Lessons from the Cannabis Crash

— Chris Nyberg, James Reid and Morgan Crilly

  • Receivership versus CCAA in Real Property Development: Constructing a Framework for Analysis

— Jeremy Opolsky, Jacob Babad and Mike Noel

  • Chasing the “Pot of Gold”: Pursuing Litigation Claims in CCAA Proceedings

— Daniel T Richer and Aubrey E Kauffman

  • Circuit Break: Insights on Global Insolvency Developments during the COVID-19 Pandemic

— Dr. Janis P. Sarra

  • Good Faith in Insolvency and Restructuring: At The Intersection of Civilian and Common Law Paradigms, at a Fork in the Road or in a Merging Lane?

— Ari Y Sorek and Charlotte Dion

  • A Tale of Two Interests: Reframing Dynex to Account for Surrounding Circumstances in Determining Whether a Gross Overriding Royalty is an Interest in Land

— Elisa Stewart and Joel Henderson

  • Reverse Vesting Transactions: An Innovative Approach to Restructuring

— Bradley Wiffen

  • Caught in the Rye: The Canada Grain Act, Security, Title and Insolvency Proceedings

— H Lance Williams and Forrest Finn

About Thomson Reuters ProView

ProView is the way to read Thomson Reuters eBooks and eLooseleafs, published primarily for legal, accounting, human resources, and tax professions. The Thomson Reuters ProView web-based application is accessed via your browser. With the new ProView web app, offline capability is now available from your browser. The web application has a responsive design and is compatible with desktop, laptop and mobile devices.