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Welcome Back to Javier Arias

posted by Bob Lawless

Francisco Javier Arias Varona, Profesor Titular de Derecho Mercantil at the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos in Madrid, Spain, will be joining as a guest blogger for a few weeks. Long-time readers may remember Javier's last guest stint with us. Spain has recently taken steps to try to deal with some of its consumer insolvency problems. It might be more straight-forward to say Spain passed a bankruptcy law, but others might not label it a "bankruptcy law" for reasons Javier will elaborate. We look forward to his perspectives on these new developments as well as the current state of consumer indebtedness in Spain.


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