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International Comparative Legal Guide to Restructuring & Insolvency 2020 - Belgium chapter

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International Comparative Legal Guide to Restructuring & Insolvency 2020 - Belgium chapter

22.05.2020 BE law

The Belgium Chapter of the International Comparative Legal Guide to Restructuring & Insolvency 2020 is online. The publication, authored by Paul Van der Putten and Pieter Wouters, covers common topics in restructuring and insolvency, including issues that arise when a company is in financial difficulties, restructuring options, insolvency procedures, tax, employees, and cross-border issues in 27 jurisdictions. 

​The guide provides a practical insight into cross-border corporate recovery & insolvency work. The Q&A format enables readers to navigate, understand and cross-reference laws and regulations in different jurisdictions around the world.

Click here to read Stibbe Brussels' contribution to this guide.

 

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