State Reports - Germany

Wirecard – Serial fraud or an exceptionally pathological case?
AuthorsThe INSOL Europe Insolvency Tech & Digital Assets Wing & the INSOL Europe Anti-Fraud Forum
Source: Eurofenix, 2020 Autumn Edition

German ESUG: An official look back
Authors: Michael THIERHOFF and Axel ROTH (Andersen Tax & Legal, Germany)
Source: Eurofenix, 2019 Spring Edition

Wrongful trading in Europe
Author: Mihai LANTOS (SPARL Stalfort & Someşan, Romania)
Source: Eurofenix, 2018 Autumn Edition

Paymill GmbH: Successful transfer of German internet based payment system
Authors: Florian Pfoser and Vincenz von Braun (Anchor, Germany)
Source: Eurofenix, 2017 Summer Edition

Restructuring in fashion: challenges and a potential way out of the crisis
Author: Victor SEUWEN (EOC Operations+ Consulting, Germany)
Source: Eurofenix, 2016 Winter Edition

Disruption of film company avoided with restructuring plan
Author: Prof. Dr. Torsten MARTINI (Leonhardt Rattunde, Germany)
Source: Eurofenix, 2016 Summer Edition

Restructuring PROKON: A case study
Author: Dietmar PENZLIN and Niklas Marwedel (Schmidt-Jortzig Petersen Penzlin, Germany)
Source: Eurofenix, 2015 Winter Edition

New Insolvency Laws
Author: Daniel F. FRITZ (hww hermann wienberg wilhem, Germany)
Source: Eurofenix, 2015 Autumn Edition

LDK Solar: Implementing a global restructuring of a China-based corporate family
Author: Phillip TAYLOR (Sidley Austin, UK)
Source: Eurofenix, 2015 Spring Edition

The Nürburgring and state aid
Authors: Alexander JÜCHSER & Jens LIESER (LIESER Rechtsanwälte, Germany)
Source: Eurofenix, 2014 Autumn Edition

The ABCs of the CRO
Authors: Bob RAJAN, Jan DETTBARN and Steffen KRONER (Alvarez & Marsal Deutschland, Germany)
Source: Eurofenix, 2014 Summer Edition

Le fonds allemand Aurelius condamné pour immixtion dans la gestion du Groupe Quelle La Source (French version)
Authors: Reinhard DAMMAN & Mylène BOCHE-ROBINET (Clifford Chance, Paris)
Source: Option finance as printed on 25 June 2012 (reproduced with the kind authorization of the authors).

ESUG: German for "Modernising Bankruptcy Law
Author: Gerret HÖHER, Thierhoff Müller & Partner, Germany
Updated: Eurofenix, 2012 Spring Edition

Insolvency Proceedings in Germany
Selection of Insolvency Practitioners and Supervision by the Court in Germany
The Role and the Power of the Main Players in German Insolvency Proceedings
Author: Judge Heinz VALLENDER, Cologne Bankruptcy Court, Germany
Updated: 2007
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