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    State Reports - France

    The French insolvency regime moves forward
    Author: Jean-Luc VALLENS (Court of Appeal of Colmar, France)
    Source: Eurofenix, 2017 Summer Edition

    Cyber-risk: A new factor for corporate insolvency?
    Author: Ludovic VAN EGROO (Institut d’Etudes Politiques Lille, France)
    Source: Eurofenix, 2017 Spring edition

    French insolvency statistics: Fluctuat nec mergitur?
    Author: Emmanuelle INACIO (Université du Littoral Côte d'Opale, France)
    Source: Eurofenix, 2017 Spring Edition

    How do we value start-ups facing insolvency?
    Author: Ludovic VAN EGROO (Altedia Lee Hecht Harrison and Institut d’Etudes Politiques Lille, France)
    Source: Eurofenix, 2016 Winter edition

    France: Co-employment is strictly defined, but the notion is applied on a case-to-case basis
    Author: Catherine OTTAWAY (Hoche Société d'Avocats, France)
    Source: Eurofenix, 2016 Autumn edition

    Reform of the French “Civil code”
    Authors: Catherine OTTAWAY and Georges-Louis HARANG (Hoche Société d'Avocats, France)
    Source: Eurofenix, 2016 Summer edition

    The FRAM case and the French “Pre-Pack” solution
    Authors: Didier BRUERE-DAWSON and Charles MOULETTE (Brown Rudnick, France)
    Source: Eurofenix, 2016 Spring edition

    France: Nineteen specialised commercial courts to deal with the largest insolvencies
    Author: Alexandre LE NINIVEN (Squire Patton Boggs, France)
    Source: Eurofenix, 2016 Spring edition

    IP regulation in France set for a shake-up!
    Author: Paul OMAR (Nottingham Law School, UK)
    Source: Eurofenix, 2015 Winter edition

    How the French are fighting money laundering & financial terrorism
    Author: Hervé BALLONE (KPMG, France)
    Source: Eurofenix, 2015 Autumn edition

    French Insolvency Statistics
    Author: Emmanuelle INACIO (Université du Littoral Côte d'Opale, France)
    Source: Eurofenix, 2015 Autumn Edition

    New rules for the biggest troubled companies and their shareholders
    Author: Jean-Luc VALLENS (Court of Appeal of Colmar, France)
    Source: Eurofenix, 2015 Autumn Edition

    New trends and opportunities in France
    Authors: Nicolas THEYS and Diane RICAUD (Dentons, France)
    Source: Eurofenix, 2015 Summer Edition

    A special unit to avert entrepreneurs’ relocation to a better world
    Author: Marc BINNIÉ (Commercial Court of Saintes, France
    Source: Eurofenix, 2014 Winter edition

    Tax treatments in France
    Author: Hervé BALLONE (KPMG, France)
    Source: Eurofenix, 2014 Winter edition

    French insolvency law recognises insolvency of groups of companies
    Author: Judge Jean-Luc VALLENS (Court of Appeal of Colmar, France)
    Source: Eurofenix, 2014 Winter edition

    New reform covering financial difficulties and insolvency in France
    Author: Marc ANDRE (Etude Marc André, France)
    Source: Eurofenix, 2014 Autumn Edition

    Seeking amicable proceedings in France: From out of court to pre-pack sale
    Author: Jean BARON (CBF Administrateurs Judiciaires, France)
    Source: Eurofenix, 2014 Summer Edition

    The liability of shareholders of French companies
    Author: Delphine Caramalli and Guilhem Bremond (Bremond & Associés, France)
    Source: Eurofenix, 2014 Summer Edition

    Reforms planned in France
    Author: Judge Jean-Luc VALLENS (Court of Appeal of Colmar, France)
    Source: Eurofenix, 2014 Spring Edition

    France: Commercial code or the civil procedure code?
    Author: Judge Jean-Luc VALLENS (Court of Appeal of Colmar, France)
    Source: Eurofenix, 2014 Spring Edition

    The Limits of Protective Measures Applicable to Insolvency Proceedings in France
    Author: Marc ANDRE (Etude Marc André, France)
    Source: Eurofenix, 2012 Winter Edition

    De la conciliation à la sauvegarde financière accélérée - La combinaison est-elle efficace? (French version)
    Authors: Jean-Emmanuel KUNTZ et Valentine NURIT (Cabinet Kunz et Associés, France)
    Source: Bulletin Joly Entreprises en difficulté, novembre-décembre 2012, p. 389-390 (reproduced with the kind authorization of the authors).

    Avocats et administrateurs judiciaires, quelles places respectives au soutien du debiteur? (French version)
    Authors: Éric ETIENNE-MARTIN (AJ Partenaires, France) et Gilles PODEUR (Clifford Chance, Paris)
    Source: Bulletin Joly Entreprises en difficulté, septembre-octobre 2012, p. 311 (reproduced with the kind authorization of the authors).

    Le droit social a l'épreuve de l'instrumentalisation des procédures collectives (French version)
    Authors: Reinhard DAMMAN et Samuel FRANCOIS (Clifford Chance, Paris)
    Source: Recueil Dalloz, 27 septembre 2012, n°33, p. 2212 (reproduced with the kind authorization of the authors).

    Immixtion fautive d'un actionnaire et indemnisation des salariés (French version)
    Authors: Reinhard DAMMAN et Mylène BOCHE-ROBINET (Clifford Chance, Paris)
    Source: Bulletin Joly Sociétés, juillet-août  2012, p. 201 (reproduced with the kind authorization of the authors).

    Le fonds allemand Aurelius condamné pour immixtion dans la gestion du Groupe Quelle La Source (French version)
    Authors: Reinhard DAMMAN et Mylène BOCHE-ROBINET (Clifford Chance, Paris)
    Source: Option finance as printed on 25 June 2012 (reproduced with the kind authorization of the authors).

    Dérives financières (French version)
    Authors: Reinhard DAMMAN et Mylène BOCHE-ROBINET (Clifford Chance, Paris)
    Source: La Lettre des juristes d'affaires, 25 juin 2012, n°1074 (reproduced with the kind authorization of the authors).

    Responsabilité pour soutien abusif de l'article L. 6501 du code de commerce: la fin des incertitudes (French version)
    Authors: Reinhard DAMMAN et Alexis RAPP (Clifford Chance, Paris)
    Source: Recueil Dalloz, 7 juin 2012, n°22, p. 1455 (reproduced with the kind authorization of the authors).
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