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Insolvency Law

Expert guidance on all aspects of corporate and personal insolvency

29 OCT 2009

Welcome Mr Bill Holohan, Irish solicitor and insolvency author - our latest guest blogger.

We are very lucky to have obtained the services of Mr Bill Holohan of Holohan Associates (Dublin and Cork) as our latest guest blogger for the next six months or so. Bill joins Professor Emily Kadens and Professor David Graham QC as a guest blogger.

Bill Holohan obtained his LL.B and BCL degrees from University College Cork before qualifying as a solicitor. Bill is one of the most knowledgeable lawyers in Ireland on Insolvency. On the personal insolvency side he has acted for the Office of the Official Assignee in Bankruptcy for twenty years, as well as assisting debtors. On the corporate side he has acted in receiverships, liquidations, examinerships, and structured wind-downs and reorganisations. He is a Founder Member and Committee Member of the Irish Society of Insolvency Practitioners and acts as a consultant to the Law Society Law School and as their External Examiner on Insolvency.
Bill has written extensively on insolvency law issues. His books include:

• Bankruptcy Law and Practice in Ireland (Round Hall Press, Dublin 1991),
• International Rescue of Companies (Kluwer, The Hague, 1998).
• Insolvency Law (Cavendish Publishing, London, 2003).

We are very lucky to have Bill on board and I am sure his posts will be very informative on practical issues of insolvency law and practice. Welcome Bill!!

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