Corporate Litigation (ZIP-Praxisbuch) (German Edition) by Wolfgang Servatius,Servatius,Wolfgang

By Wolfgang Servatius,Servatius,Wolfgang

company Litigation versteht sich als Zusammenspiel von Gesellschafts- und Verfahrensrecht in der gerichtlichen Praxis einschließlich Schiedsverfahren sowie bei anderen Arten der alternativen Streitbeilegung. Die im Mittelpunkt stehenden Streitigkeiten betreffen nicht allein die Binnenorganisation von Gesellschaften, sondern auch die Organverhältnisse der Geschäftsleiter, das Transaktionsgeschäft sowie kapitalmarkt- und insolvenzrechtliche Themen. Das vorliegende Buch hilft, für Probleme in diesen Bereichen sachgerechte Lösungen zu finden und derartige Konflikte durch entsprechende Gestaltungen zu vermeiden.

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