Is the time for officeholder-friendly judgments in Germany over?
In a ruling local lawyers say will give creditors more leverage, the German Federal Supreme Court recently restricted an insolvency administrator's right to realise intangible assets held by secured creditors as collateral for the benefit of an insolvent estate – but is it indicative of a general move away from officeholder-friendly judgments?
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