Portraits

Partners and
Cooperation Partners

Team

DR. FRIEDRICH SCHULTEHINRICHS

Lawyer
Specialist Lawyer for Criminal Law
(Fachanwalt für Strafrecht)
Specialist Lawyer for Tax Law
(Fachanwalt für Steuerrecht)

DR. THOMAS SCHNEIDER

Lawyer
Specialist Lawyer for Criminal Law
(Fachanwalt für Strafrecht)
Specialist Lawyer for Tax Law
(Fachanwalt für Steuerrecht)

PROF. DR. OTTO LAGODNY

University Professor
Cooperation Partner

Dr. Bernd Schneider

Lawyer

Dr. Bernd Schneider, born in 1949, studied Law at the University of Bonn. After taking the Second State Examination in Law in 1978, he was admitted to the Bar and initially worked as a research assistant in the German Federal Parliament.

After gaining his doctorate on a criminal procedure topic in 1979, he established his own law office and has since then worked continuously as an independent attorney-at-law. Right since the outset of his work as a lawyer, his particular commitment has been to criminal defence work, which he has been practising exclusively since about the mid-1980s. Apart from individual defence briefs, management consulting with respect to criminal law matters forms a major point of focus.

He is married with four children.

Dr. Friedrich Schultehinrichs

Lawyer
Specialist Lawyer for Criminal Law (Fachanwalt für Strafrecht)
Specialist Lawyer for Tax Law (Fachanwalt für Steuerrecht)

Dr. Friedrich Schultehinrichs, born in 1965, studied Law in Mainz. During his time as research assistant at the Department of Tax Law at the University of Mainz he took his doctorate in criminal law. His early orientation towards the field of criminal law/criminal law concerning tax offences led to his working as research assistant at the Law Office Schneider|Schultehinrichs already during his legal internship. His training took place in part in the USA. Since his admission to the Bar in 1994, he has worked in the Frankfurt law office, since 1995 as partner.

His work in criminal law concerning business offences includes both individual defence briefs and management consulting. One focus in this connection is attending to criminal law briefs concerning business offences.

Dr. Friedrich Schultehinrichs is a specialist lawyer for tax law (Fachanwalt für Steuerrecht) and for criminal law (Fachanwalt für Strafrecht).

He is married with two children.

Dr. Thomas Schneider

Lawyer
Specialist Lawyer for Criminal Law (Fachanwalt für Strafrecht)
Specialist Lawyer for Tax Law (Fachanwalt für Steuerrecht)

Dr. Thomas Schneider, born in 1982, studied Law at the University of Mainz. After his first state examination, he worked as a research assistant for a chair of business law at the University of Mainz, where he also gained his doctorate with a dissertation dealing with questions concerning the risk management and compliance in banking groups. Dr. Schneider took his second state examination 2010 in Mainz. During his studies he spent several months as an intern with international law firms in Chicago, Birmingham (Alabama) and Frankfurt am Main. Dr. Schneider is admitted to the Bar since 2010 and works in the fields criminal law concerning business and tax offenses as well as law of appeals.

Dr. Thomas Schneider is a specialist lawyer for criminal law (Fachanwalt für Strafrecht) and for tax law (Fachanwalt für Steuerrecht).

He is married with three children.

Prof. Dr. Otto Lagodny

University Professor
Cooperation Partner

The law office works in close cooperation with Prof. Dr. Lagodny. Professor Dr. Otto Lagodny, born in 1958, studied law in Tübingen where he gained his doctorate on the law of extradition (1986). He qualified as a university lecturer in Freiburg with a thesis on the relationship between criminal law and fundamental rights (1995). Following his work at the University of Dresden (1995 – 1999) he came to the University of Salzburg. He has been teaching and researching there since 1999, in particular in all fields of international criminal and criminal procedure law.

He is co-publisher of a commentary on the law of mutual judicial assistance covering the whole German-speaking area, now in its 6th edition. A lengthier research stay at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem, rounds off his experience abroad for which eleven years of work at the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law formed the basis.