Blogs

The website of one of the most influential authors on the subject and – having had the opportunity to meet with him on a couple of occasions so far – a real gentleman: Prof. Dr. Bob Wessels. While having retired from academic practice, Prof. Wessel is still very much on the topic, and publishes news, articles and notes on a weekly basis.


On the subject of Corporate Finance and Insolvency: Corporate Finance Lab, a blog administered by professor Joeri Vananroye (KU Leuven). The blog, in Dutch and English, aims to be a forum for discussion on legal aspects of corporate finance of entities in going concern and distress. Corporate Finance Lab works on companies and other organizational structures (such as partnerships, bankruptcy estates or non profits) at the intersection of economics, contract law, company law and insolvency law.


On the subject of International Restructuring, Litigation and Insolvency law: International Litigation Blog, a blog administered by Quentin Declève, an associate at Van Bael & Bellis (Brussels). The goal of the International Litigation Blog is to offer short but comprehensive posts and discussions on developments and hot topics in the field of international litigation and arbitration. The aim is to publish posts on a bi-monthly basis, on key and important topics in the field of multijurisdictional litigation and arbitration (covering the EU, the U.S., Africa and Asia).


On several subjects, including insolvency law: The Oxford Business Law Blog. The Oxford Business Law Blog covers topics such as commercial law, insolvency law, M&A, corporate finance and financial regulation.


For an insight on U.S. practices (and bankruptcies): Credit Slips. This is a blog on all things about credit, bankruptcy, consumers, and financial institutions, run by fourteen academics who use that space to discuss and debate issues not just for specialists but for anyone who cares about creating good policies in these areas of law.