Contact person: Insolvency Administration
Thomas Kind †
Rechtsanwalt (Attorney at Law)
Certified Specialist in Insolvency Law

Deceased in April 2010
  • Position

With Schultze & Braun from 1990 to 2010.
Business sector: insolvency administration.
1995 to 1998: managing partner.

  • Professional Career

2007: Certified Specialist in Insolvency Law.
As of  2008: certified by the German Institute for currently practised insolvency law (DIAI - Deutsches Institut für angewandtes Insolvenzrecht) with the highest level of recognition AAA+.
Seminar activity for DATEV eG and for the Forum Institute for Management GmbH, Heidelberg.

  • Education

Studies in science of law and first state examination in law in Würzburg.
Legal internship in Aschaffenburg, Karlstadt and Würzburg with elective station at the German-Finnish Chamber of Commerce in Helsinki.
Second state examination in law in Würzburg.

  • Publications (selection)

From 2006 to 2010, head of the authors of the specialist online module "Insolvenzrecht Plus" by C.H. Beck Verlag.
Co-author in Braun (publ.), Kommentar zur Insolvenzordnung (commentary on the Insolvency Code), 4th edition, Munich 2010.
Braun/Riggert/Kind, Schwerpunkte des Insolvenzverfahrens (Focal Items in Insolvency Proceedings), Stuttgart, 4th edition 2009.
Co-author in Wimmer (publ.), Frankfurter Kommentar zur Insolvenzordnung (commentary on the Insolvency Code), 5th edition, Frankfurt/M. 2009.
Kind/Kießner/Frank (publ.), Unternehmenskrisen - Der Jurist als Notarzt, Festschrift für Dr. Eberhard Braun zum 60. Geburtstag, München 2007 (Companies in Crisis - The Lawyer as Emergency Doctor), commemorative publication on the occasion of Dr. Eberhard Braun's 60th birthday, Munich 2007.
Braun (publ.), Insolvabilité et restructuration en Allemagne - Annuaire, Frankfurt/M., yearly from 2006 to 2010.
Braun (publ.), Commentary on the German Insolvency Code, Düsseldorf 2006;
Braun (publ.), Insolvency and Restructuring in Germany - Yearbook, Frankfurt/M., yearly from  2005 tp 2010.
Braun (publ.), Insolvenzjahrbuch, Frankfurt/M., yearly from 2005 to 2010.
Essays: Thomas Kind †