Please join us for the latest Business Law Seminar presented by Essex Law School
About the Event:
This event is goiing to talk about the book Banking Bailout Law: A Comparative Study of the United States, United Kingdom and the European Union (Routledge US & UK, 2020). The book examines the different bank bailout and resolution techniques and tools through carefully selected case studies from the US, the EU, the UK, Spain and Hungary. The pros and cons of the different legal and regulatory options are identified in order to reconstruct a regulatory framework that might better serve countries in future financial crises. In her presentation, Dr Blazsek will also reflect on the relevant legal-regulatory developments and banking bailout cases of the past two years, which all seem to confirm her theory summarized in this book.
About the Speaker:
Dr. Virág Blazsek is a Lecturer in Commercial, Corporate and Banking Law at the University of Leeds School of Law. Dr. Blazsek received a Juris Doctor degree from the Eötvös Loránd University, LLM and PhD degrees in International Business Law from the Central European University and an LLM in U.S. and Global Business Law from Suffolk University School of Law, Boston, MA. She also earned an LLM in Business and Finance Law from the George Washington Law School in Washington, D.C. where she served as a Thomas Buergenthal Scholar.
Dr. Blazsek’s scholarship is focused on financial stability-related legal, regulatory and policy issues from a comparative perspective. She is the author of the book “Banking Bailout Law: A Comparative Study of the United States, United Kingdom and the European Union” (Routledge U.S. & U.K., 2020). Dr. Blazsek has previously been a visiting researcher, visiting scholar, and visiting lecturer at Fordham University School of Law, Columbia Law School, and Budapest Business School. Earlier, she practiced for a decade as an attorney at OTP Bank Plc’s Legal Directorate in Budapest and at the Office of Investment Management of the United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund in New York City.