Cross-border insolvencies in search of a global remedy
The lack of an international insolvency regime is a glaring anachronism in the era of global markets. While regulators are getting their act together, private initiatives offer the best alternative. By Daniel Cunningham and Thomas Werlen of Cravath, Swaine & Moore, New York
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