The D&O Diary

The D&O Diary

A PERIODIC JOURNAL CONTAINING ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM THE WORLD OF DIRECTORS & OFFICERS LIABILITY, WITH OCCASIONAL COMMENTARY

Tag Archives: German Corporate Law

Guest Post: Addressing D&O Insurance in German Board Members’ and Managing Directors’ Management Services Agreements

Posted in International D & O
A company’s obligations to its directors and officers with respect to the purchase and maintenance of D&O insurance is a topic of ongoing interest and concern for the individuals involved. In the following Guest Post, Burkhard Fassbach and Thilo Fleck take a look at this topic with a particular focus on the issues involving German … Continue Reading

Guest Post: The German Two-Tier Corporate Board Structure and its Impact on D&O Insurance Cover

Posted in International D & O
The liabilities of corporate officials are a reflection of the laws of the jurisdiction in which the corporation is chartered. The jurisdiction’s liability provisions in turn have important implications for the structure of the insurance put in place to protect the corporate officials.   In the following guest post, Michael Hendricks (pictured above left), the … Continue Reading