After the payment of a monetary support is the criminal case against the former President of the European Business School (EBS), Christopher Jahns, on suspicion of infidelity has been definitively set. Jahns paid after notification of the Wiesbaden district court on Tuesday and 30,000 euros in part to the state Treasury and, in part, to non-profit institutions.
The defendant has complied with the information according to the edition, from a decision of the district court in April of this year. With the setting to no fault determination was connected, had communicated to the district court in April.
The process was already in March 2020 stopped. Jahns negotiation was not capable, the court stated, without further details. The former head of the private University with its headquarters in Wiesbaden, Germany, had been accused of having the University of $ 180,000 euros in damage. A first process had been set in 2014, provisionally, because Jahns was due to health impairments as a non-negotiable.Updated Date: 21 July 2020, 21:19