Seeing Double? Two Judges, Two Lawsuits, Two Types of Bankruptcy—But a Single Vision for Comity in Cross-Border Insolvencies

Seeing Double? Two Judges, Two Lawsuits, Two Types of Bankruptcy—But a Single Vision for Comity in Cross-Border Insolvencies

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In this article, published in the August 2018 issue of the American Bankruptcy Institute Journal, George Shuster and Benjamin Loveland discuss a recent decision in In re National Bank of Anguilla that provided an opportunity for the court to explain a coordinated vision for applying international comity principles in cross-border insolvencies.

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