Tag: corporate law

Corporate Law in Germany – History Check 

Corporate Law in Germany – History Check When the business law degree program was introduced at some universities of applied sciences in Germany in 1993, it was a novelty. Until then, there had been no explicit linking of economics content with legal issues. While students of classical law degree programmes complete a legal preparatory service…
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12. April 2022 0

Starting a business in Germany and Europe

The choice of a certain path to self-employment depends on various factors: Do you have a good business idea that you want to realize? Do you have the opportunity to continue running a functioning company? Do you want to limit your entrepreneurial risks? Do you have the chance to start as part of a good…
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8. March 2022 0

Shares loss of value: compensation for damages

Shares loss of value (LG München I v. 21.10.2021 – 5 HK O 1687/19) What happens if the value of individual shares loses of value? What can an individual shareholder claim? Can we talk about “compensation” for individual shareholders due to loss of value caused by an event damaging the company? This problem has already been…
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11. November 2021 0

Restitution Claim: can I introduce a new cause of action

No introduction of a new cause of action with the restitution claim BGH v. 3.8.2021 – II ZR 283/19 It is inadmissible to introduce a new cause of action with the restitution claim. The assertion of a claim of the company against a corporate debtor as a third party by a shareholder is based on…
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7. September 2021 0