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Bankruptcy
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Publication date: 
2021-09-01

Journal of the Insolvency Institute of Canada, Volume 10 Print and ProView

Availability: Partial Stock

The Journal of the Insolvency Institute of Canada brings together articles written by the thought leaders at the IIC, discussing the most important insolvency and restructuring topics, policies, and issues of the day. In this exclusive volume, all of the topics discussed at the annual conference of the Insolvency Institute of Canada are available to members and non-members alike. It represents an important glimpse into the evolution of Canadian insolvency law and policy-making. Articles discussed include the most important insolvency restructuring topics, policies and issues of the day. The Insolvency Institute of Canada is Canada's premiere private sector insolvency organization. The Institute is a non-profit organization dedicated to the recognition and promotion of excellence in the field of insolvency. Its members are drawn from the most senior and experienced members of the insolvency community in Canada.Editorial Board: Professor Stephanie Ben-Ishai, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University; and Professor Rod Wood, Faculty of Law, University of Alberta.

New in this edition:

This year's edition features 16 articles providing a comprehensive analysis of current developments in insolvency law in Canada. The table of contents includes:

  • Chris Armstrong, "Where's the Plan? The Declining Role of CCAA Plans in the Canadian Restructuring Landscape, and When They Still may be Needed"
  • Cindy Cheuk and Heather Wellman, "The Cost of Doing Business: Issues Regarding Priority for Environmental Reclamation Costs and Lessons from the Yukon Zinc Receivership"
  • Courteney Rickert, "Creditor Protection and Litigation Funding Arrangements in the Wake of Bluberi"
  • J.J. Burnell, Michelle Grant, and Anjali Sandhu, "The Art of Marshalling – the Good, the Bad, and the Potential"
  • Jocelyn T. Perreault, Gabriel Faure and François Alexandre Toupin, "Reverse Vesting Transactions: An Innovative Solution to Restructure Insolvent Cannabis Companies"
  • Joseph Reynaud and Vincent Lanctôt-Fortier, "Is Canada A Beacon Of Cooperation In International Insolvency Proceedings? Recent Developments Under Part IV Of The CCAA"
  • Julie Himo and Julie Lacourcière, "Consent is Key: Constituting Pledges of Cash in Quebec"
  • Lisa Hiebert, "How Safe is the Harbour: Eligible Financial Contracts and the Bellatrix CCAA Proceedings"
  • Luc Morin and Guillaume Michaud, "Guiding Principles for Distressed M&A Transactions: Choosing the Right Path and the Future of POAs and RVOs"
  • Massimo (Max) Starnino, "The Use of Pierringer Releases in CCAA Restructuring Plans: A Bicycle for a Fish?"
  • Mica Arlette, "Measuring up: improving analysis of outcomes in CCAA cases"
  • Michael De Lellis, Jeremy Dacks, Chloe Nanfara and Marleigh Dick, "The Use Of Third-Party Releases in Canadian Restructuring Proceedings"
  • Roderick J. Wood, "'Come a Little Bit Closer': Convergence and its Limits in Canadian Restructuring Law"
  • Ryan Zahara and Kaitlin Ward, "Recent Developments in CBCA Plans Of Arrangement – Finding the Balance Between a Facilitative And A Functional Process"
  • Steve Weisz, Pat Corney and Shaun Parsons, "This is an Intervention: Reflections on the Interventions Brought by the Insolvency Institute of Canada between 2013-2020"
  • Toni Vanderlaan and Maria Konyukhova, "Court Officers as Litigants. or What Happens When Restructuring Professionals Step into the Ring"

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.

Journal of the Insolvency Institute of Canada, Volume 10 Print and ProView

Availability: Partial Stock

Description

The Journal of the Insolvency Institute of Canada brings together articles written by the thought leaders at the IIC, discussing the most important insolvency and restructuring topics, policies, and issues of the day. In this exclusive volume, all of the topics discussed at the annual conference of the Insolvency Institute of Canada are available to members and non-members alike. It represents an important glimpse into the evolution of Canadian insolvency law and policy-making. Articles discussed include the most important insolvency restructuring topics, policies and issues of the day. The Insolvency Institute of Canada is Canada's premiere private sector insolvency organization. The Institute is a non-profit organization dedicated to the recognition and promotion of excellence in the field of insolvency. Its members are drawn from the most senior and experienced members of the insolvency community in Canada.Editorial Board: Professor Stephanie Ben-Ishai, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University; and Professor Rod Wood, Faculty of Law, University of Alberta.

New in this edition:

This year's edition features 16 articles providing a comprehensive analysis of current developments in insolvency law in Canada. The table of contents includes:

  • Chris Armstrong, "Where's the Plan? The Declining Role of CCAA Plans in the Canadian Restructuring Landscape, and When They Still may be Needed"
  • Cindy Cheuk and Heather Wellman, "The Cost of Doing Business: Issues Regarding Priority for Environmental Reclamation Costs and Lessons from the Yukon Zinc Receivership"
  • Courteney Rickert, "Creditor Protection and Litigation Funding Arrangements in the Wake of Bluberi"
  • J.J. Burnell, Michelle Grant, and Anjali Sandhu, "The Art of Marshalling – the Good, the Bad, and the Potential"
  • Jocelyn T. Perreault, Gabriel Faure and François Alexandre Toupin, "Reverse Vesting Transactions: An Innovative Solution to Restructure Insolvent Cannabis Companies"
  • Joseph Reynaud and Vincent Lanctôt-Fortier, "Is Canada A Beacon Of Cooperation In International Insolvency Proceedings? Recent Developments Under Part IV Of The CCAA"
  • Julie Himo and Julie Lacourcière, "Consent is Key: Constituting Pledges of Cash in Quebec"
  • Lisa Hiebert, "How Safe is the Harbour: Eligible Financial Contracts and the Bellatrix CCAA Proceedings"
  • Luc Morin and Guillaume Michaud, "Guiding Principles for Distressed M&A Transactions: Choosing the Right Path and the Future of POAs and RVOs"
  • Massimo (Max) Starnino, "The Use of Pierringer Releases in CCAA Restructuring Plans: A Bicycle for a Fish?"
  • Mica Arlette, "Measuring up: improving analysis of outcomes in CCAA cases"
  • Michael De Lellis, Jeremy Dacks, Chloe Nanfara and Marleigh Dick, "The Use Of Third-Party Releases in Canadian Restructuring Proceedings"
  • Roderick J. Wood, "'Come a Little Bit Closer': Convergence and its Limits in Canadian Restructuring Law"
  • Ryan Zahara and Kaitlin Ward, "Recent Developments in CBCA Plans Of Arrangement – Finding the Balance Between a Facilitative And A Functional Process"
  • Steve Weisz, Pat Corney and Shaun Parsons, "This is an Intervention: Reflections on the Interventions Brought by the Insolvency Institute of Canada between 2013-2020"
  • Toni Vanderlaan and Maria Konyukhova, "Court Officers as Litigants. or What Happens When Restructuring Professionals Step into the Ring"

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.