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In the application of the Insolvency Regulation, the centre of main interests (COMI) of a debtor determines which national court is competent in insolvency proceedings. The Regulation presumes that the COMI of a company is the place of its registered office. Such a presumption, however, could...
In 2009, the Danish legislature introduced significant changes to Danish company law with the aim of making the rules on both public and private companies more flexible and thereby Denmark a competitive country for the establishment of companies. This could be called the Copenhagen effect....
This is the second part of a two-part series on the Societas Privata Europaea (SPE). Whereas the first part concentrated on the proposal by the European Commission, this part deals with the proposals for amendments that have been made by the European Parliament in the last months of 2008 and in...
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