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02 FEB 2012

Three New Publications from the Doyen of Insolvency Law Scholarship

Professor Ian F. Fletcher, the leading insolvency scholar, has published three new books in the last month. Here are the details (UCL's Dr Reisberg's annotations follow the citations): 

"1.      Lightman & Moss, The Law of Administrators and Receivers of Companies, 5th edition 2011 (Sweet & Maxwell), clxii + 1113 pages.  This is a well-established treatise of which Ian is listed as one of the three “managing editors” responsible for ensuring the consistency and accuracy of the work overall. He also contributes Chapter 1, and is the joint author of chapters 30, 31 and 32. (pp.1-10; 791-827; 828-871; and 872-901 respectively). For further details see here.

2.      Palmer’s Limited Liability Partnership Law, 2nd edition 2011 (Sweet & Maxwell), lx + 1124 pages. Ian is listed on the title page as one of the editors of this work, and is the author of Chapter 9 – Winding-Up and other Insolvency Procedures (pp.244-310).For further details see here.

3.      Ian F. Fletcher, The Law of Insolvency, First Supplement to the Fourth Edition (Sweet & Maxwell, 2011), xx + 130 pages. The 4th edition (2009, cxxxii + 1103 pages) is also accessible online by subscription, and the Supplement will be similarly available in both hard and electronic form. For further details see here."

 

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