Bachmann/Partners Law Firm assisted a former manager in a bankruptcy quarantine case.

The trustee was of the opinion that the former manager was to be imposed bankruptcy quarantine. However, The Maritime and Commercial Court acquitted the manager. During the period in question where the manager was registered as a manager of the now bankrupt company his behavior as manager was deemed inappropriate. However, the behaviour was not considered gross negligent business practices and he was not denied the right to found companies and participate in the management of companies. The manager had been briefly associated with the company and he resigned on his own initiative. Also, his behavior as manager did not resemble abuse. Nor was it of a systematic nature.

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