Die Separierung von Unternehmensteilen in insolvenzrechtlichen Sanierungsverfahren 978-3-16-158203-5 - Mohr Siebeck
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Jan Frederik C. Holst

Die Separierung von Unternehmensteilen in insolvenzrechtlichen Sanierungsverfahren

Ein deutsch-spanischer Rechtsvergleich

[The Division of Companies during Insolvency Restructuring Proceedings. A German-Spanish Comparison.]

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European legislators are striving to modernise the law in a bid to stop insolvent firms from being stripped of all assets. Restructuring proceedings have moved away from their executory roots and are changing from debt-clearing procedures into instruments of corporate law. The last legal reforms in Germany and Spain have opened up the way for a new translative approach in insolvency restructuring proceedings. Jan Frederik C. Holst analyses legal procedures and techniques for the division of companies during insolvency restructuring proceedings and asks whether business transfer techniques grounded on principles of business continuity as anchored in Spanish law could provide solutions for Germany.
European legislators are striving to modernise the law in a bid to stop insolvent firms from being stripped of all assets. Restructuring proceedings have moved away from their executory roots and are changing from debt-clearing procedures into instruments of corporate law. The last legal reforms in Germany and Spain have opened up the way for a new translative approach in insolvency restructuring proceedings. Jan Frederik C. Holst analyses legal procedures and techniques for the division of companies during insolvency restructuring proceedings and asks whether business transfer techniques grounded on principles of business continuity as anchored in Spanish law could provide solutions for Germany.
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Jan Frederik C. Holst Studium der Rechtswissenschaft an der Westfälischen Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, The University of Sheffield und Hanse Law School; 2010 Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.); 2013 Erstes Staatsexamen OLG Hamm; Referendariat am Hanseatischen Oberlandesgericht Hamburg mit Station in Barcelona; 2016 Zweites Staatsexamen; 2019 Promotion (Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg); seit 2018 Rechtsanwalt in einer internationalen Sozietät in Hamburg.

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