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Dr John Tribe LL.B. LL.M. PGCE (FHEA). Ph.D.

Senior Lecturer in Law Law

Publications

Selected Publications

  1. Consumer protection problems created by the structure of English personal insolvency law. (Chapter - 2016)
  2. Parliamentarians and Bankruptcy: The Disqualification of MPs and Peers from Sitting in the Palace of Westminster (Journal article - 2014)
  3. The extension of small company voluntary arrangements: a response to the Conservative Party’s corporate restructuring proposals (Chapter - 2013)
  4. The Poulson Affair: Corruption and the Role of Bankruptcy Law Public Examinations in the Early 1970s (Journal article - 2010)
  5. Company voluntary arrangements and rescue: a new hope and a Tudor orthodoxy. (Journal article - 2009)

2019

Charity Insolvency (Chapter)

Tribe, J. P. (2019). Charity Insolvency. In M. Mullen (Ed.), Tolley's Insolvency Law (Vol. 125, pp. C35-1-C35-22). London: LexisNexis.

Lord Bathurst’s Gift: The Genesis of the Golden Thread, being the Early History of Cross-Border Insolvency and the Theory of Universalism, with particular reference to the original Solomons v. Ross case papers of 1764 (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P., & Baister, S. (2019). Lord Bathurst’s Gift: The Genesis of the Golden Thread, being the Early History of Cross-Border Insolvency and the Theory of Universalism, with particular reference to the original Solomons v. Ross case papers of 1764. Insolvency Intelligence, 32(1), 7-15.

Marxist and Communitarianism Perspectives on Corporate Insolvency Law: Handmaiden or Bulwark against Creative Destruction? (Conference Paper)

Tribe, J. P. (2019). Marxist and Communitarianism Perspectives on Corporate Insolvency Law: Handmaiden or Bulwark against Creative Destruction?. In Corporate Law Teachers' Association (CLTA). University of Auckland, New Zealand.

“Policy Subversion” in Corporate Insolvency: Political science, marxism and the role of power interests during the passage of insolvency legislation (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2019). “Policy Subversion” in Corporate Insolvency: Political science, marxism and the role of power interests during the passage of insolvency legislation. Insolvency Intelligence, 32(2), 59-66.

2018

A Case for Imputing Insolvency Irregularities: Equity, Cohabitation and Bankruptcy (Conference Paper)

Tribe, J. P. (2018). A Case for Imputing Insolvency Irregularities: Equity, Cohabitation and Bankruptcy. In Exchange Chambers’ 18th Annual Insolvency Conference. Leeds & Manchester.

Charities and Insolvency Law: A creditor biased mishmash or a flexible insolvency framework that benefits general charitable purposes? (Conference Paper)

Tribe, J. P. (2018). Charities and Insolvency Law: A creditor biased mishmash or a flexible insolvency framework that benefits general charitable purposes?. In Society of Legal Scholars 2018 Annual Conference: Law in Troubled Times. Queen Mary, University of London.

Muir Hunter on Personal Insolvency (Book)

Tribe, J. P., & Briggs, J. (2018). Muir Hunter on Personal Insolvency (Vol. 2, 78th ed.). London: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd. Retrieved from https://www.sweetandmaxwell.co.uk/

The Imprisonment for Debt Jurisdiction (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2018). The Imprisonment for Debt Jurisdiction. Insolvency Intelligence, (31(3)), 92-100.

Vignettes of Liverpool Legal History (6) Dame Rose Heilbron – Trailblazing Across the Legal Landscape of Merseyside and Beyond… (Internet publication)

Tribe, J. P. (2018). Vignettes of Liverpool Legal History (6) Dame Rose Heilbron – Trailblazing Across the Legal Landscape of Merseyside and Beyond…. Liverpool Law Society. Retrieved from http://flickread.com/edition/html/5ac3580308aa4#1

“I have a cunning (insolvency policy) plan!”: Scuppering Insolvency Baldricks during the Legislative Process (Conference Paper)

Tribe, J. P. (2018, November 15). “I have a cunning (insolvency policy) plan!”: Scuppering Insolvency Baldricks during the Legislative Process. In “Reflecting on 15 Years of the Enterprise Act 2002 Insolvency Reforms”. Aston Business School.

2017

Brexit and Insolvency: Ruminations on Loss and Opportunity ("Re-imagining Cross-Border Insolvency in Private International Law: A Defence of Modified Universalism in the Age of Brexit") (Conference Paper)

Tribe, J. P. (2017, October 18). Brexit and Insolvency: Ruminations on Loss and Opportunity ("Re-imagining Cross-Border Insolvency in Private International Law: A Defence of Modified Universalism in the Age of Brexit"). In Exchange Chambers' 17th Annual Insolvency Conference. Exchange Chambers, Manchester & Leeds.

Framing Insolvency Law: Aspiration, Reality and the “Insolvency Narrow Realism Theory.” (Conference Paper)

Tribe, J. P. (2017, September 5). Framing Insolvency Law: Aspiration, Reality and the “Insolvency Narrow Realism Theory.”. In Society of Legal Scholars 2017 108th Annual Conference 'The Diverse Unities of Law'. University College Dublin.

The Evolution of Equity: Directors’ fiduciary duties as a hindrance to entrepreneurialism or exemplar of an evolving equitable response to abuse? (Conference Paper)

Tribe, J. P. (2017). The Evolution of Equity: Directors’ fiduciary duties as a hindrance to entrepreneurialism or exemplar of an evolving equitable response to abuse?. In Northern Chancery Bar Association, Annual Conference, 2017. Exchange Chambers, Manchester.

The Possible Impacts of Brexit on the Personal Insolvency Landscape - Keynote Lecture (Conference Paper)

Tribe, J. P. (2017, November 30). The Possible Impacts of Brexit on the Personal Insolvency Landscape - Keynote Lecture. In Insolvency Practitioners' Association (IPA) - 8th Annual Personal Insolvency Conference. Legends Suite, Etihad Stadium, Manchester M11 3FF.

Vignettes of Liverpool Legal History: (2) FE Smith, the Earl of Birkenhead – Part A: Background and Impecunity? (Internet publication)

Tribe, J. P. (2017). Vignettes of Liverpool Legal History: (2) FE Smith, the Earl of Birkenhead – Part A: Background and Impecunity?. Liverpool Law Society. Retrieved from https://www.liverpoollawsociety.org.uk/services/liverpool-law-magazine/

Vignettes of Liverpool Legal History: (3) FE Smith, the Earl of Birkenhead – Part B: Common Law Contribution and a Statue in Liverpool? (Internet publication)

Tribe, J. P. (2017). Vignettes of Liverpool Legal History: (3) FE Smith, the Earl of Birkenhead – Part B: Common Law Contribution and a Statue in Liverpool?. Liverpool Law Society. Retrieved from https://www.liverpoollawsociety.org.uk/services/liverpool-law-magazine/

Vignettes of Liverpool Legal History: (4) David Maxwell Fyfe: The Earl of Kilmuir – the Second Liverpool Lord Chancellor. (Internet publication)

Tribe, J. P. (2017). Vignettes of Liverpool Legal History: (4) David Maxwell Fyfe: The Earl of Kilmuir – the Second Liverpool Lord Chancellor.. Liverpool Law Society. Retrieved from https://www.liverpoollawsociety.org.uk/services/liverpool-law-magazine/

Vignettes of Liverpool Legal History: (5) Lord Shawcross QC – A Liverpool Labour Legal Luminary. (Internet publication)

Tribe, J. P. (2017). Vignettes of Liverpool Legal History: (5) Lord Shawcross QC – A Liverpool Labour Legal Luminary.. Liverpool Law Society. Retrieved from https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/view/59498114/liverpool-law-nov-2017

2016

Bankruptcy, the family home and exemption of assets: Jersey perspectives (Conference Paper)

Tribe, J. P. (2016). Bankruptcy, the family home and exemption of assets: Jersey perspectives. In Personal Insolvency Conference: EU and Domestic Perspectives. University of Leeds.

Comparative perspectives of consumer over-indebtedness – A view from the UK, Germany, Italy and Greece - UK panel discussant (Conference Paper)

Tribe, J. P. (2016). Comparative perspectives of consumer over-indebtedness – A view from the UK, Germany, Italy and Greece - UK panel discussant. In Comparative perspectives of consumer over-indebtedness – A view from the UK, Germany, Italy and Greece. Brunel University.

Consumer protection problems created by the structure of English personal insolvency law. (Chapter)

Tribe, J. P. (2016). Consumer protection problems created by the structure of English personal insolvency law.. In F. Ferretti (Ed.), Comparative perspectives of consumer over-indebtedness – A view from the UK, Germany, Italy and Greece.. The Hague, The Netherlands :: Eleven International Publishing. (European and International Insolvency Law Studies ).

Désastre v. Dégrèvement – Has Booth Assassinated Dégrèvement in Jersey Insolvency Law? (Conference Paper)

Tribe, J. P. (2016). Désastre v. Dégrèvement – Has Booth Assassinated Dégrèvement in Jersey Insolvency Law?. In Society of Legal Scholars 2016 Annual Conference: Legislation and the Role of the Judiciary. St Catherine's College, University of Oxford.

Insolvency Practitioners as descendants of Bankruptcy Commissioners: competitive opportunities and pressures leading to reform (Conference Paper)

Tribe, J. P. (2016). Insolvency Practitioners as descendants of Bankruptcy Commissioners: competitive opportunities and pressures leading to reform. In Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales (ICAEW) Insolvency and Restructuring Group Annual Conference 2016. London.

The Lightfoot Paradox: Financing the Cost of Personal Insolvency Relief through Bankruptcy Revenue Stamps and Sliding Scales – Part A (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2016). The Lightfoot Paradox: Financing the Cost of Personal Insolvency Relief through Bankruptcy Revenue Stamps and Sliding Scales – Part A. Insolvency Intelligence, 29(7), 97-105.

The Lightfoot Paradox: Financing the Cost of Personal Insolvency Relief through Bankruptcy Revenue Stamps and Sliding Scales – Part B (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2016). The Lightfoot Paradox: Financing the Cost of Personal Insolvency Relief through Bankruptcy Revenue Stamps and Sliding Scales – Part B. Insolvency Intelligence, (29(8)), 116-121.

The not-so-great Reformation? Recent corporate insolvency framework reform proposals, the ‘bonkers’ Brexit and England and Wales’ contribution to EU law reform. (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2016). The not-so-great Reformation? Recent corporate insolvency framework reform proposals, the ‘bonkers’ Brexit and England and Wales’ contributionto EU law reform.. Recovery, (Autumn), 30-33.

2015

Bankruptcy restrictions orders (Chapter)

Tribe, J. P. (2015). Bankruptcy restrictions orders. In N. Briggs (Ed.), Tolley's insolvency law (looseleaf) (pp. B45-1-B45-30. (no. 101)). London: LexisNexis.

Debt relief orders. (Chapter)

Tribe, J. P. (2015). Debt relief orders.. In N. Briggs (Ed.), Tolley's Insolvency Law (looseleaf) (pp. D100-1-D100-12. (no. 100)). London: LexisNexis.

Discretion and the termination of bankruptcy orders other than through discharge – a superfluous smörgåsbord? (Conference Paper)

Tribe, J. (2015). Discretion and the termination of bankruptcy orders other than through discharge – a superfluous smörgåsbord?. In Society of Legal Scholars (SLS) Annual Conference 2015: Law’s Subjects: Subject to Law. University of York.

European insolvency issues – personal insolvency (Chapter)

Tribe, J. P. (2015). European insolvency issues – personal insolvency. In N. Briggs (Ed.), Tolley's Insolvency Law (pp. E90-1-E90-29. (no. 99)). London: LexisNexis.

Termination of bankruptcy orders other than through discharge. (Chapter)

Tribe, J. P. (2015). Termination of bankruptcy orders other than through discharge.. In Tolley's Insolvency Law (looseleaf) (pp. T20-1. (no. 102)). London: LexisNexis.

The Kekhman quintessence: what is English personal insolvency law for? (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2015). The Kekhman quintessence: what is English personal insolvency law for?. Nottingham Business and Insolvency Law eJournal, 3(18), 331-367.

2014

Insolvency bonds: practice and reform. (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2014). Insolvency bonds: practice and reform.. Insolvency Intelligence, 27(2), 17-24.

Online survey of insolvency professionals undertaken for TSO (Report)

Tribe, J. P., & Purdy, D. (2014). Online survey of insolvency professionals undertaken for TSO.

Parliamentarians and Bankruptcy: The Disqualification of MPs and Peers from Sitting in the Palace of Westminster (Journal article)

Tribe, J. (2014). Parliamentarians and Bankruptcy: The Disqualification of MPs and Peers from Sitting in the Palace of Westminster. King's Law Journal, 25(1), 79-101. doi:10.5235/09615768.25.1.79

DOI: 10.5235/09615768.25.1.79

2013

Bankruptcy tourism - myth or reality? (Conference Paper)

Tribe, J. P. (2013). Bankruptcy tourism - myth or reality?. In DWF Solicitors National Personal Insolvency Conference. London.

Discharge in bankruptcy: an examination of personal insolvency's fresh start function in English law: part three. (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2013). Discharge in bankruptcy: an examination of personal insolvency's fresh start function in English law: part three.. Insolvency Intelligence, 26(1), 1-7.

For your eyes only: from law student to insolvency practitioner (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2013). For your eyes only: from law student to insolvency practitioner. Recovery, 24-25.

Insolvency news from the United Kingdom - a Pommie perspective on recent reform developments, new case law and statute, and some European insolvency initiatives - Part 2 (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2013). Insolvency news from the United Kingdom - a Pommie perspective on recent reform developments, new case law and statute, and some European insolvency initiatives - Part 2. Insolvency Law Bulletin, 13(10), 226-232.

Insolvency news from the United Kingdom: a pommie perspective on recent reform developments, new case law and statute, and some European insolvency initiatives (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2013). Insolvency news from the United Kingdom: a pommie perspective on recent reform developments, new case law and statute, and some European insolvency initiatives. Insolvency Law Bulletin, 13(9), 194-199.

Online survey of insolvency professionals undertaken for TSO. Summary analysis prepared for survey participants (Report)

Tribe, J. P. (2013). Online survey of insolvency professionals undertaken for TSO. Summary analysis prepared for survey participants.

Personal insolvency law in practice (Book)

Tribe, J. P., Morgan, S., & Smyth, N. (2013). Personal insolvency law in practice (1st ed.). Bristol: Jordan Publishing Ltd.

The Cleo Conundrum: financing the cost of personal insolvency relief with particular historical reference to bankruptcy revenue stamps (Conference Paper)

Tribe, J. P. (2013, September 3). The Cleo Conundrum: financing the cost of personal insolvency relief with particular historical reference to bankruptcy revenue stamps. In 2013. University of Edinburgh.

The disqualification of company directors: background to the regime and some recent reform activity in the United Kingdom. (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2013). The disqualification of company directors: background to the regime and some recent reform activity in the United Kingdom.. Insolvency Law Bulletin, 14(3), 47-54.

The extension of small company voluntary arrangements: a response to the Conservative Party’s corporate restructuring proposals (Chapter)

Tribe, J. P. (2013). The extension of small company voluntary arrangements: a response to the Conservative Party’s corporate restructuring proposals. In P. Omar (Ed.), International insolvency law: reforms and challenges (pp. 207-246). Farnham, UK: Ashgate Publishing Limited.

Who would be a creditor? Prest in the UK Supreme Court and the effect of trusts on insolvency. (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2013). Who would be a creditor? Prest in the UK Supreme Court and the effect of trusts on insolvency.. Corporate Rescue and Insolvency, 6(4), 91-94.

2012

Crystal balls and insolvency: what does the future hold? (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2012). Crystal balls and insolvency: what does the future hold?. International Company and Commercial Law Review, 23(12), 405-411.

Discharge in bankruptcy: an examination of personal insolvency's fresh start function in English law. (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2012). Discharge in bankruptcy: an examination of personal insolvency's fresh start function in English law.. Insolvency Intelligence, 25(7), 108-111.

Discharge in bankruptcy: an examination of personal insolvency's fresh start function in English law: part 2. (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2012). Discharge in bankruptcy: an examination of personal insolvency's fresh start function in English law: part 2.. Insolvency Intelligence, 25(8), 117-120.

Discharge in bankruptcy: an historical and comparative examination of personal insolvency relief in England and Australia (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2012). Discharge in bankruptcy: an historical and comparative examination of personal insolvency relief in England and Australia. Insolvency Law Journal, 20(1), 240-263.

Insolvency bonds: history, policy and substance (Conference Paper)

Tribe, J. P., & Hunt, S. (2012). Insolvency bonds: history, policy and substance. In Society of Legal Scholars (SLS) Annual Conference 2012: Pressing Problems in the Law and Legal Education.

Insolvency bonds: history, policy and substance. (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P., & Hunt, S. (2012). Insolvency bonds: history, policy and substance.. Insolvency Intelligence, 25(3), 37-45.

Punishment and insolvency: a historical overview - should modern policy take a more punitive approach to debtor misconduct? (Conference Paper)

Tribe, J. P. (2012). Punishment and insolvency: a historical overview - should modern policy take a more punitive approach to debtor misconduct?. In Insolvency Lawyers' Association (ILA) Annual Dinner 2012: Pre-Dinner Lecture;. London.

2010

Book Review of: Cases and materials on company law by Hicks & Goo and Cases and Materials in company law by Sealy & Worthington. (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2010). Book Review of: Cases and materials on company law by Hicks & Goo and Cases and Materials in company law by Sealy & Worthington.. Law Teacher, 44(1), 108-112.

Corporate Social Responsibility in an Insolvent Environment: Directors’ Continuing Obligations in English Law (Journal article)

Zhao, J., & Tribe, J. P. (2010). Corporate Social Responsibility in an Insolvent Environment: Directors’ Continuing Obligations in English Law. International Company and Commercial Law Review, 7, 305.

The Poulson Affair: Corruption and the Role of Bankruptcy Law Public Examinations in the Early 1970s (Journal article)

Tribe, J. (2010). The Poulson Affair: Corruption and the Role of Bankruptcy Law Public Examinations in the Early 1970s. King's Law Journal, 21(3), 495-528. doi:10.5235/096157610793391571

DOI: 10.5235/096157610793391571

The Poulson affair: corruption and the role of bankruptcy law public examinations in the early 1970s (Conference Paper)

Tribe, J. P. (2010). The Poulson affair: corruption and the role of bankruptcy law public examinations in the early 1970s. In The Institute of Advanced Legal Studies and the Institute of Historical Research, School of Advanced Study, University of London, and the London Legal History Seminar. London.

The remuneration taboo: Yearwood-Grazette and Freeburn. (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P., & Hunt, S. (2010). The remuneration taboo: Yearwood-Grazette and Freeburn.. Insolvency Intelligence, 23(9), 139-142.

The renumeration taboo: Yearwood-Grazette and Freeburn. (Conference Paper)

Tribe, J. P., & Hunt, S. (2010). The renumeration taboo: Yearwood-Grazette and Freeburn.. In Emerging Issues in Business and Law. Kingston upon Thames.

2009

Bankruptcy and capital punishment in the 18th and 19th centuries. (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2009). Bankruptcy and capital punishment in the 18th and 19th centuries.. Insolvency Intelligence, 22(3), 44-47.

Bankruptcy in Crisis - A Regency Saga: Part 2 - The Busy Bankruptcy Court (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2009). Bankruptcy in Crisis - A Regency Saga: Part 2 - The Busy Bankruptcy Court. Insolvency Intelligence, 17(10), 134-138.

Bankruptcy in Crisis - a Regency Saga: Part 4 - Basil Montagu (1770-1851) (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2009). Bankruptcy in Crisis - a Regency Saga: Part 4 - Basil Montagu (1770-1851). Insolvency Intelligence, 22(9), 132-140.

Book Review of: Directors duties by Professor Andrew Keay. (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2009). Book Review of: Directors duties by Professor Andrew Keay.. Law Teacher, (3), 320-323.

Companies Act schemes of arrangement and rescue: the lost cousin of restructuring practice? (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2009). Companies Act schemes of arrangement and rescue: the lost cousin of restructuring practice?. Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law, 24(7), 386-392.

Company voluntary arrangements and rescue: a new hope and a Tudor orthodoxy. (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2009). Company voluntary arrangements and rescue: a new hope and a Tudor orthodoxy.. Journal of Business Law, 5, 454-487.

Discharge in bankruptcy: an examination of personal insolvency relief. (Conference Paper)

Tribe, J. P. (2009). Discharge in bankruptcy: an examination of personal insolvency relief.. In 4th Insolvency Research Conference. Insolvency Service, London, UK.

The DTI's White Paper, 'Insolvency - a Second Chance': The End of Administrative Receivership? (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2009). The DTI's White Paper, 'Insolvency - a Second Chance': The End of Administrative Receivership?. Company Lawyer, 23(2).

The reform of UK insolvency law (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2009). The reform of UK insolvency law. International Accountant, 47, 20-23.

2008

Company voluntary arrangements and rescue: a new hope and a Tudor orthodoxy. (Conference Paper)

Tribe, J. P. (2008). Company voluntary arrangements and rescue: a new hope and a Tudor orthodoxy.. In Society of Legal Scholars (SLS) Annual Conference 2008: The Impact of Legal Scholarship; li. London, UK.

Core statutes on insolvency law and corporate rescue 2008-09 (Book)

Tribe, J. P. (2008). Core statutes on insolvency law and corporate rescue 2008-09 (1st ed.). J. P. Tribe (Ed.), Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan..

Personal Insolvency Law: Debtor Education, Debtor Advice and the Credit Environment: Part 2 (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2008). Personal Insolvency Law: Debtor Education, Debtor Advice and the Credit Environment: Part 2. Insolvency Intelligence, 21(7), 97-102.

2007

Bankruptcy in Crisis - A Regency Saga: Part 3 - The Bankruptcy Bar (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2007). Bankruptcy in Crisis - A Regency Saga: Part 3 - The Bankruptcy Bar. Insolvency Intelligence, 20(April), 38-41.

Bankruptcy in Crisis - A Regency Saga: Part 3 - The Bankruptcy Bar (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2007). Bankruptcy in Crisis - A Regency Saga: Part 3 - The Bankruptcy Bar. Insolvency Intelligence, 20(3), 38-41.

Book Review of: Going Bust? How to Resist and Survive Bankruptcy and Winding up by Professor Muir Hunter QC. (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2007). Book Review of: Going Bust? How to Resist and Survive Bankruptcy and Winding up by Professor Muir Hunter QC.. Tolley's Insolvency Law and Practice, 23(3), 92.

Personal Insolvency Law: Debtor Education, Debtor Advice and the Credit Environment: Part 1 (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2007). Personal Insolvency Law: Debtor Education, Debtor Advice and the Credit Environment: Part 1. Insolvency Intelligence, 20(2), 23-28.

2006

Bacon in debt: the insolvency judgments of Francis, Lord Verulam. (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P., & Graham, D. (2006). Bacon in debt: the insolvency judgments of Francis, Lord Verulam.. Tolley's Insolvency Law and Practice, 22(1), 11-16.

Bankruptcy Courts Survey 2005: A Pilot Study. Final Report January 2006. (Report)

Tribe, J. P. (2006). Bankruptcy Courts Survey 2005: A Pilot Study. Final Report January 2006..

Book Review of: Personal Insolvency Law, Regulation and Policy by Professor David Milman. (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2006). Book Review of: Personal Insolvency Law, Regulation and Policy by Professor David Milman.. Tolley's Insolvency Law and Practice, 22(3), 115-116.

Economy and personal debt session (Conference Paper)

Tribe, J. P. (2006). Economy and personal debt session. In The Citizens' Advice Bureau: 2006 Annual General Meeting;. York, UK.

Some reflections on company law reform (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2006). Some reflections on company law reform. The Bill of Middlesex: official magazine of Middlesex Law Society, Winter.

2005

Members' Voluntary Liquidations: Part 1: A Declaration of Under Use? (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P., & Richards, R. (2005). Members' Voluntary Liquidations: Part 1: A Declaration of Under Use?. Company Lawyer, 26(5), 132-136.

Members' Voluntary Liquidations: Part 2: MVLs compared. (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P., & Mulligan, R. (2005). Members' Voluntary Liquidations: Part 2: MVLs compared.. Company Lawyer, 26(11), 322-325.

2004

Bankruptcy in Crisis - A Regency Saga. (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P., & Graham, D. (2004). Bankruptcy in Crisis - A Regency Saga.. Insolvency Intelligence, 17, 6.

Bankruptcy in Crisis - A Regency Saga: Part 2 - The Busy Bankruptcy Court. (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P., & Graham, D. (2004). Bankruptcy in Crisis - A Regency Saga: Part 2 - The Busy Bankruptcy Court.. Insolvency Intelligence, 17, 150.

Book Review of: Insolvency Law: Corporate and Personal by Professor Andrew Keay and Dr. Peter Walton (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2004). Book Review of: Insolvency Law: Corporate and Personal by Professor Andrew Keay and Dr. Peter Walton. Law Teacher, 38(2), 284-286.

Diffusing the debt 'time bomb'. (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2004). Diffusing the debt 'time bomb'.. The New law journal, 154(7143), 1328-1329.

2003

Book Review of: Corporate Insolvency Law: Perspectives and Principles by Professor Vanessa Finch. (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2003). Book Review of: Corporate Insolvency Law: Perspectives and Principles by Professor Vanessa Finch.. The Insolvency Lawyer, 40.

Book Reviews of: Voluntary Arrangements by Edward Bailey, and Company Voluntary Arrangements by Geoffrey M. Weisgard. (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2003). Book Reviews of: Voluntary Arrangements by Edward Bailey, and Company Voluntary Arrangements by Geoffrey M. Weisgard.. The Insolvency Lawyer, 6, 255-258.

The remuneration of office holders in corporate insolvency - liquidators, administrators and administrative receivers: part 1 (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2003). The remuneration of office holders in corporate insolvency - liquidators, administrators and administrative receivers: part 1. The Insolvency Lawyer, 3, 101-117.

2002

'Insolvency - a second chance': the end of administrative receivership? (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2002). 'Insolvency - a second chance': the end of administrative receivership?. Company Lawyer, 23(2), 60-61.

IVA time extensions under the Insolvency Act 1986: uncertainty or necessity? (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P., & Mulligan, M. (2002). IVA time extensions under the Insolvency Act 1986: uncertainty or necessity?. Insolvency Law and Practice, 18(6), 190-192.

Trust assets held under a CVA: do they survive the termination of the CVA through liquidation? (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2002). Trust assets held under a CVA: do they survive the termination of the CVA through liquidation?. The Insolvency Lawyer, August(5), 186-189.

2001

Petrol Pump Problems (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2001). Petrol Pump Problems. The New law journal, 151(6984), 718-719.

The Privy Council and Brumark: a lingering shadow over book debts (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2001). The Privy Council and Brumark: a lingering shadow over book debts. The Company Lawyer, 318-319.

The morality of Romalpa clauses in corporate insolvency: a case for reform? (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2001). The morality of Romalpa clauses in corporate insolvency: a case for reform?. Tolley's Insolvency Law and Practice, 15(5), 166-175.

The role of directors in receivership: who should bring actions for loss suffered by the company and defend any counterclaim? (Journal article)

Tribe, J. P. (2001). The role of directors in receivership: who should bring actions for loss suffered by the company and defend any counterclaim?. The Receivers, Administrators and Liquidators Quarterly, 4(4), 335.
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