Die Beweislastverteilung bei der Organhaftung 978-3-16-160689-2 - Mohr Siebeck
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Fabian Eike Flaßhoff

Die Beweislastverteilung bei der Organhaftung

Zur Reichweite der Beweislastregel § 93 Abs. 2 Satz 2 AktG und der Business Judgment Rule als »presumption« deutscher Bauart

[The Burden of Proof in Executive Body Liability. On the Scope of the Burden of Proof Rule in Section 93 (2.2) of Germany's Stock Corporation Act and the Business Judgment Rule as a »Presumption« of German Design.]

2022. Approx. 530 pages.
forthcoming in March

Schriften zum Unternehmens- und Kapitalmarktrecht 101

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Published in German.
If a corporation claims damages from its directors and officers, they bear the burden of proof. Fabian Eike Flaßhoff shows that the prevailing opinion about the object of this exonerating evidence is based on a historic translation error. The executive body only has to exculpate itself from negligence, something which has a great impact on the German Business Judgment Rule.
If a corporation claims damages from its directors and officers, they bear the burden of proof. Fabian Eike Flaßhoff shows that the prevailing opinion about the object of this exonerating evidence is based on a historic translation error. The executive body only has to exculpate itself from negligence, something which has a great impact on the German Business Judgment Rule.
Authors/Editors

Fabian Eike Flaßhoff Geboren 1987; Studium der Rechtswissenschaft an der Universität Göttingen und der Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines; Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter an der FU Berlin, der HU Berlin und der Universität Leipzig; 2018–20 Referendariat im Bezirk des OLG Dresden; 2021 Promotion (HU Berlin); Notarassessor im Freistaat Bayern.
https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5081-0464

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