Recent Trends in Bankruptcy Law and its Scientific Applications
Under the patronage of His Excellency Prof. Hamid AL Naimiy, President of the University of Sharjah, and in order to keep pace with legal changes internally and externally, and to identify the position of the UAE legislator on the recent updates on international bankruptcy cases, the University of Sharjah, in cooperation with Dubai Courts, organized a scientific symposium entitled "Modern Trends in Federal Bankruptcy Law and its Applications" The process", with the participation of a number of specialists and faculty members of the College of Law at the University of Sharjah.
In the speech of Prof. Imad El Din Ahmad Abdul Hay, Dean of the College of Law during the opening session, which was delivered on his behalf by Dr. Ahmed Qasim, Vice Dean of the College of Law, he welcomed all the participating speakers and attendees, stressing the College of Law's keenness to enhance legal programs that serve students and society, and explaining the importance of Shedding light in the discussion seminar that seeks to clarify many topics related to commercial bankruptcy, especially in internal laws, private international law and conflict rules, with a focus on practical aspects and an indication of their impact on society in light of the recent developments in the country.
The symposium dealt with many legal axes, which were moderated by Dr. Nashwa Ahmed Mohamed, a visiting assistant professor in the Private Law Department of the College of Law, including: the distinction between commercial bankruptcy and civil insolvency, criteria for accepting the application for opening debtor bankruptcy procedures, restructuring for the debtor, declaring the debtor's bankruptcy, and knowing The impact of bankruptcy ruling between regional and global, and the use of the European bankruptcy regulation as a model for international bankruptcy regulation, which was presented by a group of academics and specialists, including: Professor Dr. And Chairman of the Ninth Faculty of Commercial Department, and Prof. Dr. Abdel Moneim Zamzam, Professor of Private International Law, Faculty of Law at Cairo University and a member of the Committee to Amend the Egyptian Arbitration Law. The symposium sessions concluded with discussions with attendees and participants from different countries.