• Dr. Johannes AltenburgLawyer+49 (0) 40 58 96 777 20altenburg@roxin.deHamburg

    Dr. Johannes Altenburg

    Lawyer

    • Law studies at Bucerius Law School in Hamburg specialising in white collar crime law and at the University of Cape Town in South Africa
    • Legal internship in Hamburg Higher Regional Court
    • Doctorate at Bucerius Law School Hamburg
      Dissertation: Unlauterkeit in § 299 StGB – Ein Beitrag zur Harmonisierung von Strafrecht und Wettbewerbsrecht (Unfairness in Section 299 German Penal Code – A Contribution to the Harmonisation of Criminal Law and Competition Law)
    • Lecturer at Hamburg police academy
    • Lawyer at ROXIN Rechtsanwälte LLP
  • PD Dr. Ken EcksteinLawyer+49 (0)89 244 43 86 00eckstein@roxin.deMunich

    PD Dr. Ken Eckstein

    Lawyer

    • Law studies at the University of Regensburg
    • Legal internship in Nuremberg Higher Regional Court
    • Research assistant at the University of Regensburg (chair Professor Schroeder/Professor Walter)
    • Doctorate at the University of Regensburg
      Dissertation: “Besitz als Straftat” (The crime of possession)
    • Postdoctorate at the University of Regensburg
      Postdoctoral thesis: “Ermittlungen zu Lasten Dritter” (Investigations at the expense of third parties)
    • Lecturer at the University of Regensburg since 2006
    • Since 2009, stand-in professor at the Universities of Freiburg, Augsburg, Munich, Saarbrücken, Erlangen and Marburg
    • Lawyer at ROXIN Rechtsanwälte LLP
  • Dr. Ramona FrancuskiLawyer+49 (0) 40 58 96 777 20francuski@roxin.deHamburg

    Dr. Ramona Francuski

    Lawyer

    • Law studies at Bucerius Law School in Hamburg and at the University of Queensland in Australia
      specialising in white collar crime law
    • Legal internship in Hamburg Higher Regional Court
      Already working at Roxin Rechtsanwälte, as well as in a criminal division of Hamburg Higher Regional Court
    • Research assistant at Bucerius Law School Hamburg (chair for criminal law, white collar crime law and law of criminal procedure – Prof. Dr Thomas Rönnau)
    • Doctorate at Bucerius Law School Hamburg
      Dissertation: “Prozeduralisierung im Wirtschaftsstrafrecht” (Proceduralisation in white collar crime law)
    • Lecturer in Criminal Law at Bucerius Law School
    • Lawyer at ROXIN Rechtsanwälte LLP
  • Christian GraßieLawyer+49 (0) 211 86 32 75 00grassie@roxin.deDüsseldorf

    Christian Graßie

    Lawyer

    • Law studies at the University of Bonn
      specialising in criminology
    • Legal internship in Cologne Higher Regional Court
    • Public prosecutor at Bonn State Prosecutor’s Office (2011 – 2014) and Cologne State Prosecutor’s Office (2014 – 2016)
      with a focus on white collar crime proceedings, investigations against officials and doctors
    • Lawyer at ROXIN Rechtsanwälte LLP
  • Kira Hellemacher, LL.M.Lawyer+49 (0) 211 86 32 75 00hellemacher@roxin.deDüsseldorf

    Kira Hellemacher, LL.M.

    Lawyer

    • Law studies at the University of Passau as well as Westphalian Wilhelms University Münster
      specialising in criminology
    • Legal internship in Düsseldorf Higher Regional Court
    • Ongoing dissertation project at the University of Cologne
      looking at the administrative liability of companies in international corporate group structures
    • Masters’ degree in white collar crime law at the University of Osnabrück
      with a dissertation on corruption in healthcare
    • Lawyer at ROXIN Rechtsanwälte LLP
  • Philipp KülzPartner+49 (0) 211 86 32 75 00 kuelz@roxin.deDüsseldorf

    Philipp Külz

    Partner

    • Law Studies at the University of Saarbrücken
    • Legal internship in Zweibrücken Higher Regional Court
    • Public prosecutor in the judicial service of the state of Rhineland Palatinate
      including at the central office for white collar crime cases
    • Lawyer and partner at Flicke Gocke Schaumburg
    • Lawyer, partner and head of the Düsseldorf office of ROXIN Rechtsanwälte LLP
    • Specialist lawyer in tax law
    • Certified advisor in criminal tax law (DAA)
    • Permanent writer for the PStR
  • Dr. Andreas MinkoffLawyer+49 (0) 89 244 43 86 00minkoff@roxin.deMünchen

    Dr. Andreas Minkoff

    Lawyer

    • Law studies at Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich
      specialising in criminal justice, criminal defence and prevention
    • Legal internship in Munich Higher Regional Court
    • Doctorate at Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich
      Dissertation: “Sanktionsbewehrte Aufsichtspflichten im internationalen Konzern – Der Normadressat des § 130 OWiG im Unternehmensverbund unter Berücksichtigung grenzüberschreitender Sachverhalte” (Binding supervisory obligations in international concerns – The norm addressee of Section 130 Administrative Offences Act in the corporate network, taking cross-border matters into account) ”
      awarded the 2015 Faculty Prize
    • Lawyer at ROXIN Rechtsanwälte LLP
  • Christina Odenthal, LL.M.Lawyer+49 (0) 211 86 32 75 00odenthal@roxin.deDüsseldorf

    Christina Odenthal, LL.M.

    Lawyer

    • Law studies at the University of Düsseldorf
      specialising in white collar crime law
    • Legal internship in Düsseldorf Higher Regional Court (including the Public Prosecutors Office and the Customs Investigation Bureau)
    • Doctoral project at the Goethe University Frankfurt
    • Masters’ degree in white collar crime law at the University of Osnabrück
    • Lawyer at ROXIN Rechtsanwälte LLP
    • Permanent writer for the PStR
  • Michael ReinhartPartner+49 (0) 89 244 43 86 00reinhart@roxin.deMunich

    Michael Reinhart

    Partner

    • Law studies at the University of Passau
    • Legal internship in Munich Higher Regional Court
    • Research assistant at the University of Passau under the chair for criminal law, law of criminal procedure, philosophy of law and sociology of law
    • Lawyer in white collar crime law at Heussen Rechtsanwaltsges. mbH, then later at PricewaterhouseCoopers Veltins Rechtsanwaltsges. mbH
    • Founder of the firm Roxin Rechtsanwälte LLP, specialised in white collar crime and criminal tax law
    • Lawyer, partner and head of the Munich office of ROXIN Rechtsanwälte LLP
  • David Rieks, LL.M. (Columbia/UvA)Rechtsanwalt+49 (0) 40 58 96 777 20rieks@roxin.deHamburg

    David Rieks, LL.M. (Columbia/UvA)

    Rechtsanwalt

    • Law studies at the University of Freiburg, at Humboldt University in Berlin and at the Università degli Studi di Firenze in Florence (Italy)
    • Legal internship at Berlin Court of Appeal
    • PhD student at the Humboldt University in Berlin with a topic relating to criminal proceedings
    • Master’s degree at Columbia Law School in New York (USA) and the Universiteit van Amsterdam (Netherlands) in International Criminal Law
    • Research assistant in various international law firms
    • Lawyer at ROXIN Rechtsanwälte LLP
  • Prof. Dr. Thomas RotschOf Counsel+49 (0) 40 58 96 777 20rotsch@roxin.deHamburg

    Prof. Dr. Thomas Rotsch

    Of Counsel

    • Law studies at the Universities of Frankfurt am Main, Heidelberg and Kiel
    • Doctorate at the University of Kiel
      Dissertation: “Individuelle Haftung in Großunternehmen. Plädoyer für den Rückzug des Umweltstrafrechts” (Individual liability in large corporations. Plea for the retreat of environmental criminal law)
      Fellowship at the German Research Foundation in Kiel
    • Research assistant at the University of Kiel (Prof. Dr Erich Samson)
    • Postdoctorate at the University of Kiel
      Postdoctoral thesis: “Einheitstäterschaft” statt Tatherrschaft. Zur Abkehr von einem differenzierenden Beteiligungsformensystem in einer normativ-funktionalen Straftatlehre (“Consistent participation” rather than perpetration of an offence. On the return to a differentiating participation system in normative-functional criminal offence teaching)
    • University professor at the Universities of Augsburg (2006-2011) and Gießen (2011 to present)
    • Founder, co-publisher and editor of ZIS as well as ZJS
    • Founder and head of the Center for Criminal Compliance – CCC and the International Center for Compliance and Governance – ICCG
    • Of Counsel at ROXIN Rechtsanwälte LLP since March 2010
  • Dr. Imme RoxinPartner+49 (0) 89 244 43 86 00roxin@roxin.deMunich

    Dr. Imme Roxin

    Partner

    • Admitted to the bar since 1985
    • Lawyer in white collar crime law at Heussen Rechtsanwaltsges. mbH until 2004, then later at PricewaterhouseCoopers Veltins Rechtsanwaltsges. mbH
    • founded her own firm specialised in white collar, taxation and environmental law in 2004
    • Lawyer and partner at ROXIN Rechtsanwälte LLP
  • Dr. Oliver SahanManaging Partner+49 (0) 40 58 96 777 20sahan@roxin.deHamburg

    Dr. Oliver Sahan

    Managing Partner

    • Law studies at the University of Kiel
    • Research assistant at Bucerius Law School Hamburg (under Prof. Dr Erich Samson)
    • Doctorate at Bucerius Law School Hamburg
      Dissertation: “Keine Steuererklärungspflicht bei Gefahr strafrechtlicher Selbstbelastung” (No tax declaration obligation in the risk of criminal self-incrimination)
    • Legal internship in Hamburg Higher Regional Court
    • Lecturer at the Universities of Augsburg (2008 – 2012), Gießen (2012 – 2015) and BLS (2015 to present)
    • Lawyer, managing partner and head of the Hamburg office of ROXIN Rechtsanwälte LLP
    • Director of the ROXIN Alliance
    • Listed in the handbook “The Who’s Who of Business Crime Defence Lawyers 2016”.
  • Prof. Dr. Frank SaligerOf Counsel+49 (0)89 244 43 86 00saliger@roxin.deMunich

    Prof. Dr. Frank Saliger

    Of Counsel

    • Law studies at the University of Frankfurt am Main
    • Legal internship in Frankfurt am Main Higher Regional Court
    • Dissertation: “Radbruchsche Formel und Rechtsstaat” (Radbruch’s formula and the constitutional state)
    • Postdoctorate at the University of Frankfurt am Main
      Postdoctoral thesis: “Parteiengesetz und Strafrecht. Zur Strafbarkeit von Verstößen gegen das Parteiengesetz, insbesondere wegen Untreue gemäß § 266 StGB” (Party law and criminal law. On the culpability of violations of Party law, especially due to embezzlement under Section 266 German Penal Code)
    • University professor at Bucerius Law School Hamburg since 2005, at Tübingen University (2014) and at LMU Munich (since 2016)
    • A permanent guest on the criminal law committee of the German bar association
    • Of Counsel at ROXIN Rechtsanwälte LLP
  • Dr. Frédéric SchneiderLawyer+49 (0) 40 58 96 777 20schneider@roxin.deHamburg

    Dr. Frédéric Schneider

    Lawyer

    • Law studies at Bucerius Law School in Hamburg and at the Osgoode Hall Law School of York University in Toronto, Canada.
    • Legal internship in Celle Higher Regional Court
    • Research assistant at Bucerius Law School Hamburg (chair for criminal law, law of criminal procedure and white collar crime law – Prof. Dr Thomas Rönnau)
    • Doctorate at Bucerius Law School Hamburg
      Dissertation: “Die Organ- und Vertreterhaftung im deutschen Strafrecht” (Governing body and representative liability in German criminal law)
    • “Höchstrichterliche Rechtsprechung im Wirtschaftsstrafrecht” (Supreme court jurisdiction in white collar crime law) at Bucerius Law School
    • Lawyer at ROXIN Rechtsanwälte LLP

     

    Memberships

    • WisteV (Association of Commercial Criminal Defence Lawyers)
    • Hamburg lawyers’ association
    • Stock corporation criminal law in the German lawyers’ association
    • Bucerius Alumni e.V.
  • Prof. Dr. Lorenz SchulzOf Counsel+49 (0) 89 244 43 86 00schulz@roxin.deMunich

    Prof. Dr. Lorenz Schulz

    Of Counsel

    • Law studies at the University of Munich
    • Philosophy studies with a minor in American studies at the University of Munich and at Harvard University
    • First and Second State Law Exam in Munich
    • Research assistant at the Institute for the Philosophy of Law and Legal Informatics at the University of Munich (Prof. Dr Arthur Kaufmann)
    • Also completed doctorate to become Dr.jur. at the University of Munich in 1988
    • Research assistant at the University of Regensburg (Prof. Dr. Jürgen Wolter) and at the University of Frankfurt (Prof. Dr Klaus Lüderssen)
    • Also completed a postdoctorate in the specialist subjects criminal law, law of criminal procedure, criminology and philosophy of law under Klaus Lüdessen in 1997 with a paper on the term ‘suspicion’ in criminal proceedings (“Normiertes Misstrauen”, published in Frankfurt 2001)
    • Visiting professorships at the Universities of Dresden (TU), Gießen, Frankfurt/Main, Frankfurt/Oder and Munich.
    • Became professor at the University of Frankfurt am Main in 2002
    • Director of studies of the Frankfurt master’s programme LL.M. Legal Theory (www.legaltheory.eu) since 2014
    • In addition to holding teaching posts in Frankfurt, also teaches at various universities throughout Europe
    • In the field of legal principles, involvement in the IVR/International Association for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy (national and international board member and general secretary), 1993 to present
    • Qualified as a lawyer in 2002; Of Counsel at ROXIN Rechtsanwälte LLP since 2006

     

    Memberships

    • Munich bar association
    • German higher education association
    • Former holder of a scholarship from the Friedrich-Naumann Foundation
    • Goethe University alumni
    • International Association for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy (IVR)
    • Frankfurt society of legal studies
    • Munich art association
    • Associate of criminal law teachers
    • Wissenschaft im Dialog e.V. Munich (WiD)
    • Wirtschaftsstrafrechtlichen Vereinigung e.V. WisteV (Association of Commercial Criminal Defence Lawyers)