Author: Paola Vella
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THE CURATOR OF OPERA
Paola Vella is in Magistrate Terni, where it performs the functions Chief Judge. She was co-author of the following publications and works collettanee on competition: Agreed with creditors, bankruptcy agreement and restructuring agreements, Giappichelli, 2009; The insinuations to passive ", edited by M. Ferro, Cedam, 2010; The pre-bankruptcy investigation, IPSOA 2010; A determination of liability, IPSOA, 2011; The bankruptcy law, edited by M. Ferro, Cedam, 2011. She collaborates with the magazine The Bankruptcy and other insolvency proceedings. She is a member of the Coordination Group dell'O.C.I. - Observatory on Corporate Crisis, unrecognized association, non-profit organization, made up of judges assigned in the different degrees of jurisdiction, the matter of the bankruptcy proceedings, which contributes to the empirical research projects disseminated through conferences and processed in the publications. Co-founder of the association's website (www.osservatorio-oci.org), takes care of the organization and the management of the various sections in which it is articulated, including the "Law & Practice" (collection of case law on duly massimata, and modules, for which it indicated its operational functions, from courts throughout Italy) and the two discussion newsgroup, one reserved for magistrates (insolvency), the other reserved for professionals (receivership), both characterized by the systematic indexing of the debate in special thematic collections (respectively, ROI and AdR).
Francesco Angeli, Roberto Annesanti, Caterina Brescia, Marco De Pascalis, Giovanna Moretti, Leonardo Proietti, Roberto and Paolo Sebastiani Raminelli are all professionals - accountants or lawyers - that take place in Terni functions a bankruptcy receiver, legal commissioner or liquidator. By participating with their contributions by individual sectors, the development of the work, they have sought to put at the service of the reference professional communities consolidated experience gained, especially in light of the recent reform of bankruptcy law, in bankruptcy proceedings assigned to them.
The proceeds of the sale of the book will be donated to humanitarian initiative called "Marialaya, Home of Hope", for the construction of a house-hostel in India, in Dharmapuri region, intended to accommodate a hundred needy girls and nursing care, allowing them access to schooling. The initiative is supported by the International VIDES (NGOs associated with the Department of Public Information of the United Nations) and its NGO (FVGS).