Future market vertical farming: Gerloff Liebler reaches asset deal with Growy Holdings BV in insolvency proceedings of Kalera GmbH

Munich, 30.01.2023 - The law firm Gerloff Liebler Rechtsanwälte , Munich, which specializes in insolvencies and restructurings, has achieved a sales success in the insolvency proceedings of Kalera GmbH. An agreement was concluded with the Dutch Growy Holding BV, which provides for the acquisition of the main assets of the vertical farming company in an asset deal. These are a fully automated farm already in operation in Kuwait and a farm in Singapore that is currently [...]

Bakery oven manufacturer WACHTEL seeks restructuring in self-administration

Continuation of business operations and investor process planned Düsseldorf Local Court grants application under Section 270a of the German Insolvency Code Special situation due to skyrocketing material prices and a decline in orders from the energy-intensive bakery sector Dr. Christian Gerloff from Munich-based law firm Gerloff Liebler joins management as Chief Restructuring Officer (CRO) Hilden, December 6, 2022 - WACHTEL GmbH, an internationally active premium manufacturer of ovens and refrigeration systems for bakeries, is seeking restructuring and realignment in self-administration [...]

Gerloff Liebler supports automotive supplier Rüster in financial realignment as part of self-administration proceedings

Christian Stoffler as CRO and Dr. Christian Schmitt as General Representative contribute their expertise in the automotive sector Martin Mucha (Grub Brugger) appointed as provisional administrator Timely investor process planned to overcome liquidity crisis of Rüster and create sustainable stable financial basis Deggingen/Munich, 24. November 2022 - The law firm Gerloff Liebler Rechtsanwälte , Munich, which specializes in insolvencies and restructurings, is playing a key role in steering the planned financial restructuring of Rüster GmbH as part of insolvency proceedings in [...]

Limitation of claims of the insolvency estate in insolvency proceedings in case of notified (threatened) insufficiency of the insolvency estate

Author: Christian Stoffler Published: Kommunal-Kassen-Zeitschrift, 72nd volume, September 2022, No. 9 Link: Kommunal-Kassen-Zeitschrift - Verlag Reckinger Abstract: If an (imminent) insufficiency of assets within the meaning of Section 208 InsO occurs in insolvency proceedings, the creditors of claims against the assets of the insolvency estate in particular must observe various formal and substantive particularities in order to pursue their claims in the best possible way and not lose them completely. This article is intended to raise awareness of the issues to which particular attention must be paid when the public [...]

The stationary retailer in insolvency - practical issues around the leased property

Author: Dr Christian Schmitt Published: ZIP - Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftsrecht Link: Tables of contents ( (Access for registered users only) Abstract: In the insolvency of a bricks-and-mortar retailer, the focus of the continuation of operations is on the leased branches. At the interface between insolvency law and tenancy law, the insolvency practitioner has to consider a multitude of legal pitfalls.

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