What is Insolvency Criminal LawWhen facing an inability to pay or over-indebtedness, representatives of companies are oftentimes confronted with criminal charges.
A typical accusation may be that an application for insolvency was not or incorrectly filed, or not filed in time. At the same time, the person concerned may face allegations of withholding wages and salaries or an employee’s contributions to the social security system, or of VAT-evasion. They may also be accused of having “saved certain assets from insolvency” or of preferentially paying of individual creditors.
Tsambikakis & Partner is available to preventively support you in times of crisis and to professionally defend you if faced with insolvency proceedings.
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- Directors, Boards