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Brooklyn Goes Global

posted by Susan Block-Lieb

Just a quickie: I'm attending a conference at Brooklyn Law School this Friday on Choice of Law in Cross Border Bankruptcy Cases, organized by my long-time co-author, and friend of the blog, Ted Janger.  The conference is co-sponsored by the International Insolvency Institute and the Brooklyn Law School Center for the Study of Business Law and Regulation. Ted has put together an all-star cast (present company excluded), including Credit Slips' own John Pottow and a who's who in cross-border insolvency thinking, practice and law reform. It should be a great event. 

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