In the latest edition of the Austrian business magazin TREND: White-collar crime law experts Simone Petsche-Demmel and Andreas Pollak share their perspectives on a topical issue: the vast majority of investigations end without charges.
„DIE MEISTEN VERFAHREN FÜHREN AM ENDE ZU KEINER ANKLAGE“
Andreas Pollak has been interviewed about the legal perspective on the current topic of “secret tape recording”.
Upcoming talk with Simone Petsche-Demmel at Compliance now!, 16 / 17. November 2023, Falkensteiner Balance Resort Stegersbach
Our partner Simone Petsche-Demmel will contribute her expertise to an exciting panel discussion.
On July 26, 2023, our partner Andreas Pollak and Counsel Vincent Vertneg secured the final acquittal of our client Dr. h.c. Siegfried Stieglitz by the Vienna Higher Regional Court.
The compliance magazine “Compliance Practice” features a comprehensive report on the Petsche Pollak Economic Crime Report in its current issue. This report provides an overview of the challenges that the current law enforcement practices pose for executives and supervisory boards in Austrian companies.
Viola Hysek, LL.M., and Mag. Dr. Kerstin Waxnegger received the prize from the President of the Association of Judges.
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Ingeborg Zerbes has been a university professor at the Institute of Criminal Law and Criminology at the University of Vienna since October 2019.
Simone Petsche-Demmel, partner at Petsche Pollak and expert in economic criminal law, will be speaking on May 16th at Future.Women on the topic of economic crime.
Seminar with numerous examples and sample clauses from Practical Experience.
petsche pollak ranked as leading law firm for white-collar crime and commercial litigation
On Thursday, April 27th, our partner Simone Petsche-Demmel will deliver an engaging lecture on the topic of cartel criminal law.
Increasing the penalties in anti-corruption criminal law doesn’t solve practical issues. More details on this in the guest contribution in “DiePresse” by our partner Andreas Pollak.
Whistleblowers on a Collision Course: Stemming from a criminal proceeding within the major case of a construction cartel, in January the Higher Regional Court of Vienna submitted a preliminary ruling to the European Court of Justice (ECJ).