BRRS virtual symposium on the reform of the contestation of willfully disadvantageous transactions

Hamburg/Melsungen/Eschborn/Ribnitz-Damgarten, July 29, 2021: The decision by the Federal Court of Justice [Bundesgerichtshof; BGH] of May 6, 2021 (IX ZR 72/20) concerning the insolvency administrator’s avoidance of willfully disadvantageous transactions has been making waves since its promulgation. The discussion in the professional world is in full swing.

150 minutes of top-level discussion with Professor Christoph Thole

The team of partners at BRRS Attorneys-at-Law is all the more pleased to have found a top-level discussion partner who was prepared to analyze and discuss the numerous aspects of the decision. Professor Christoph Thole/University of Cologne, one of the most authoritative commentators on insolvency law, faced a group comprising participants from many fields of interest in a virtual discussion event hosted by BRRS Attorneys-at-Law on July 29, 2021. During the two and a half hours of intense concentration, the details of the decision and its presumed impact on insolvency law practice were discussed and debated online.