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No amendment to plan can now be made by debtor after voting.
The available remedies.
Other party to contract must always be heard on petition filed by the debtor, and other changes.
Also: a unified European rail market – good luck with that; restrictions on freedom in Italy; and more.
…in the interests of a company.
A debtor can cram down an agreement to dissenting minority lenders.
New rules for the competitive bid process aimed at the sale of the debtor’s assets.
Italy, as many other countries in the western world, is facing a deep economic and financial crisis, which has affected the loan market and the ability of businesses to obtain bank financing.
Expert calls regulation based on one-stop-shop an “illusion”.
Access to evidence in stand-alone antitrust damages actions: a landmark decision of the Italian Supreme Court
On 4 June 2015, the Italian Supreme Court handed down a landmark decision in relation to taking of evidence in stand alone antitrust damages actions (case Comi & Ors v Cargest).