A captain who wants to avoid pitfalls should know where they are. The same is true for business. Entrepreneurs are having a hard time right now. Because of the pandemic, the financial situation of many companies has worsened, debts to counterparties are growing, and sooner or later they will have to pay, otherwise they will be brought to subsidiary responsibility. The good old "criminal" lawsuits have not disappeared either: they are still used to resolve corporate conflicts, and the law enforcement agencies are still willing to investigate another case of fraud. At the Pravo.ru conference, lawyers told how to minimize the risks of bringing top managers to justice, and how businesses can protect themselves from at least some of these problems.
Mikhail Chernyshev, Head of Practice, A.T.Legal, has 20 years of experience in litigation and bankruptcy law. In his presentation he how beneficiaries of business hide personal assets from creditors, to whom they have to answer for failures, ugly actions and collapse of the company, and also explained where and how to search for assets after illegal actions of debtor's management, and shared the practice of such search.
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