Joint INSOL International/UNCITRAL/World Bank Group Judicial Colloquia on Insolvency
The Judicial Colloquia have taken place in Toronto (March 1995); New Orleans (March 1997); Munich (October); London (July 2001); Las Vegas (September 2002); Sydney (March 2005); Cape Town (March 2007); Vancouver (June 2009); Singapore (March 2011 and 2019); The Hague (May 2013); San Francisco (March 2015); and Sydney (March 2017).
The Thirteenth Joint Multinational Judicial Colloquium on Insolvency took place in Singapore on Monday 1st and Tuesday 2nd April 2019, prior to the INSOL Singapore conference. The Colloquium was attended by over 90 judges from more than 50 countries.
UNCITRAL/INSOL International/World Bank Twelfth Multinational Judicial Colloquium on Insolvency: 18-19 March 2017, Sydney, Australia
UNCITRAL/INSOL International/World Bank Eleventh Multinational Judicial Colloquium on Insolvency: 21-22 March 2015, San Francisco, USA
Further reports can be found on the UNCITRAL website (External website):
Judicial Round Tables
We have held small regional Judicial Round Tables with our partners UNCITRAL and World Bank Group in Hong Kong, New York, London and Tokyo. The programmes for the two most recent round tables in London and Tokyo can be viewed below.
Judicial Round Table London, June 2022
Asia Judicial Round Table Tokyo, September 2023
INSOL Virtual 2021 Judicial webinar – Avalanche warning!
Moderator: Sir Alastair Norris, former Judge of the High Court of England & Wales, UK
Judge Amanda Cohen Benchetrit, Magistrada Mercantil, Ministry of Justice, Spain
Antonia Menezes, World Bank Group
Mr Justice Richard Snowden, High Court of England & Wales, UK
Judge Christopher Sontchi, US Bankruptcy Court, District of Delaware, USA
With the withdrawal of government support (loans, grants for wages, payment holidays, restriction on enforcement of property rights arising from mortgages and tenancies) will we see such a rise in insolvency applications (bankruptcy, winding up, administration, voluntary arrangements) that we can anticipate an avalanche of work? What strategies might there be to cope with it?