A proven track record is the best way to demonstrate our strength and depth of expertise. Below are examples of our team’s recent appointments.
The debtor-in-possession proceedings for the Osterhofen Specialist Clinic in the South of Germany with a workforce of almost 100 employees have been successfully completed. Mr. Stephan Ammann from PLUTA Rechtsanwalts GmbH acted as the insolvency monitor in these proceedings. Mr. Ammann and Mr. Ivo-Meinert Willrodt supported the successful restructuring and monitored the proceedings so as to prevent any disadvantages for the creditors. The clinic took advantage of this opportunity and, despite the crisis, even managed to set up a new department through targeted investment. A visible proof of success: the number of beds authorised by the Bavarian hospital plan and also the number of employees increased during the proceedings.
Major Pharmaceutical Group
We acted for the parent company in this solvent liquidation of its subsidiary companies.
Our principal role was to reorganise and simplify this group’s corporate structure.
Specifically we had to deal with tax clearance and issues associated with the distribution of assets in excess of $600M to shareholders in the group.
The case was further complicated by managing trade mark issues including assignments in numerous countries.
This was highly successful and all distributions were effected.
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