Why is a neutral assessment so important, especially in the context of insolvencies?
The central challenge are the indeterminate legal terms that lead to the scope for assessments. One example: For liability under §15b InsO, it is open to interpretation which payments were still compatible with the diligence of a prudent executive and which were not. The same applies to the subsequent examination of the business continuity assessment. Here, the scope that exists from an ex-ante perspective must be carefully determined. By objectively filling these scopes, we help prevent costly and protracted disputes with uncertain outcomes. In short, we provide a factual basis for settlement negotiations that is acceptable to all parties.