wid treff recht [SID meets Law]

ROXIN sponsors the non-profit association ‘Wissenschaft im Dialog’ (science in dialogue), which has regularly extended invitations for legal presentation and discussion panels under the title of ‘wid treff recht’ since 2006. The main topics grappled with include current problems and cases from the field of criminal law as well as the foundations of law. The high number of renowned guest speakers ensure that the forum will continue for the long term. wid treff recht has been held in our Munich office since the very beginning.

Prof. Dr. Lorenz Schulz
T. +49 (0) 89 244 43 86 00
F. +49 (0) 89 244 43 86 66
schulz@dev.roxin.de

Datum Referent Veranstaltungstitel
Juli 2016 Anlässlich 10 Jahre wid treff recht: „Wahrheit im Grünen“
Ein Sommerfest mit zahlreichen Gastreferenten und Gästen des Treffs und Geleitworten u.a. von Claus Roxin
Juni 2016 Prof. Dr. Hans-Georg Hermann, Universität München Strafrechtsgeschichtliche Anmerkungen zur strafrechtlichen Sanktionierung der Verletzung des Reinheitsgebots
Juni 2016 Karlheinz Asenbaum, Co-Autor von “Hefeweiß und Klostergold“ Anlässlich 500 Jahre Bayerisches Reinheitsgebot:
Eine subkutan zentrale Funktion des Reinheitsgebots
Mai 2016 Prof. Dr. Luis Greco, Universität Augsburg Mit weiteren Kommentaren von Weggefährten des Jubilars Anlässlich des 85. Geburtstages von Claus (und Imme) Roxin. Zur Methode im Werk von Claus Roxin
April 2016 April 2016 Korruption im Gesundheitswesen. Zu den neuen §§ 299a, b StGB
März 2016 Dr. Peter Kasiske, Universität München Marktmissbrauch und –manipulation im Hochfrequenzhandel
Januar 2016 Dr. Steffen Barreto da Rosa, Kriminaloberrat Staatliche Vermögenssicherungsmaßnahmen im Spannungsverhältnis widerstreitender Interessenzugleich Besprechung der Entscheidung des BVerfG vom 17. April 2015 (Az. 2 BvR 1986/14)
November 2015 Dr. Stephan Beukelmann, Fachanwalt für Strafrecht (Lohberger & Leipold) Dr. Victoria Ibold, Universität München Reinhart Michalke, Fachanwalt für Strafrecht (Leitner & Partner) Economy, Criminal Law and Ethics (ECLE) – zugleich zur Tagung ECLE VIII: “Unbestimmtes Wirtschaftsstrafrecht und gesamtwirtschaftliche Perspektiven”
Oktober 2015 Karin Matussek, Bloomberg Gisela Friederichsen, Spiegel Angela Maier, Manager Magazin Diskussionsbeiträge u.a. von Daniela Wiegmann, dpa Die „Deutsche Bank“ vor dem Landgericht München
(sub specie Medienberichterstattung)
Medien und Strafrecht (Zur Einleitung Prof. Lorenz Schulz)
Statements zum Verfahren vor dem Landgericht München
September 2015 Prof. Dr. Lorenz Schulz, Universität Frankfurt/Main (Einführung) Dr. Markus Birkenmaier LL.M., Fachanwalt für Steuerrecht Neues zur Rspr. bei § 266a StGB
June 2015 Prof. Frank Saliger On the culpability of assisted suicide de lege ferenda. Discussion regarding a polemical legislative initiative
May 2015 European and transnational criminal justice as a challenge for German penology. Methodical reflections.
Event with German and foreign criminal law lecturers on the evening before the conference of German-speaking criminal law lecturers
March 2015 Dr Franz Bielefeld, specialist lawyer in taxation law The new voluntary declaration law
February 2015 Dr Thomas Summerer (lawyer) The decision of the Higher Regional Court in the case of ‘Claudia Pechstein’
January 2015 Dr Steffen Barreto da Rosa, Chief Superintendent Bavarian office of criminal investigation Financial investigations – presentation with discussion
October 2014 Prof. Jesús-Maria Sánchez Comment: Dr Klaus Leipold Criminal corporate law: Finally a culprit? The Spanish answer
July 2014 Prof. Hans Kudlich, Dr Denis Lanzinner Compliance with leges artis and methods as reasons for impunity or culpability
June 2014 Dr. Christian Pelz Introduction of voluntary declaration in Section 22 Para. 4 Federal Act on Foreign Trade new version
February 2014 Klaus Ott A workshop discussion on consequences of white collar crime
January 2014 Renate Wimmer (Senior Public Prosecutor) Internal investigations from a state prosecutor’s perspective
January 2014 Franz-Joseph Wilfling Police investigation activity – focusing on the example of the NSA
December 2013 Dr Thomas Petri NSA and its effects
November 2013 Prof. Perez-Barbera (University of Cordoba, Argentina) Transnational Justice in Argentina
June 2013 ‘Wahrheit im Grünen’ – seven years of wid treff recht – garden party
May 2013 Prof. Dr. Lorenz Schulz, Stephan Lucas, Dr. Klaus Leipold Criminal law and communication: Understanding, NSU, media
March 2013 Dr Jens Bosbach, Reinhart Michalke, Dr Alexander von Saucken, Prof. Lorenz Schulz, Renate Wimmer (Senior Public Prosecutor) The Federal Constitutional Court on the Communication Act (2 BvR 2628/10 dated 19.03.2013)
February 2013 Dr Felix Walther (lawyer), Munich Corruption in business transactions (Section 299 German Penal Code) – de lege ferenda in line with international regulations
January 2013 Franz-Joseph Wilfling, Chief Superintendent a.D. Criminological techniques and strategies. (Event as part of a seminar focusing on criminology and criminal procedure at LMU Munich; led by: L. Schulz/M. Soiné)
December 2012 Dr Stephan Beukelmann, Dr Imme Roxin, Prof. Lorenz Schulz Common good purchases in white collar crime law. Also reading at the fifth ECLE conference in Frankfurt am Main.
November 2012 Dominik Brodowski, LL.M., research associate, LMU Munich Reading for oral discussion of the Federal Constitutional Court on the matter of ‘arrangements within the trial process’
July 2012 Prof. Wilhelm Vossenkuhl, University of Munich Normative risiks
June 2012 Prof. Ulrich Schroth, University of Munich The decision of the Grand Panel to sponsor state healthcare system doctors in the pharmaceutical industry
May 2012 ‘Wahrheit im Grünen’ – six years of wid treff recht – garden party. Also reception on the occasion of the presentation of the commemorative publication for the 75th birthday of Imme Roxin
March 2012 Dr. Karl Sidhu, LL.M./Manuel Espinoza de los Monteros de la Parra Problems and perspectives of the criminal liability of companies II. Also report from the Toledo conference ‘Corporate Criminal Liability in EU Law: A Proposal for a Common Regulation’, 27/28 Feb. 2012 and from the EU Commission’s project for Corporate Criminal Liability and Compliance Programs
February 2012 Dr Franz Bielefeld, specialist lawyer in taxation law Criminal risks of tax advice
January 2012 Franz-Joseph Wilfling, Chief Superintendent a.D. regarding investigations into Zwickau cells (event as part of a seminar focusing on criminology and criminal procedure at LMU Munich; led by Prof. L. Schulz/Dr M. Soiné).
January 2012 Prof. Dr. Lorenz Schulz Problems and perspectives of the criminal liability of companies I. Also report from the 4th ECLE conference in Nov. 2011 (Economy, Criminal Law and Ethics)
December 2011 Dr Imme Roxin (lawyer)/Dr Ralf Tscherwinka (lawyer)/Renate Wimmer, Senior Public Prosecutor, Munich Problems and strategies of compliance support in companies
November 2011 Dr Klaus Leipold, (lawyer) Gifts in business (hospitality) – invitations and hospitality in sport
July 2011 Jerzy Montag, MdB Current issues in criminal legislature
May to July 2011 Various events as part of a criminology and criminal procedure practitioner colloquium at LMU Munich (led by Prof. L. Schulz/Dr M. Soiné)
May 2011 ‘Wahrheit im Grünen’ – five years of wid treff recht – garden party
February and March 2011 RA Dr Adam Ahmed, specialist lawyer in criminal law What’s new in supplementary preventative detention – report from the hearing in Karlsruhe and taking stock of the situation in Bavaria
January 2011 Thomas C. Knieriem, specialist lawyer in criminal law, Mainz Further development of due diligence obligations in companies (held jointly with WisteV, southeastern regional association)
November to February 2011 Various events as part of a criminal defence-related practitioner colloquium at LMU Munich (led by Prof. L. Schulz)
December 2010 Prof. Helmut Satzger, University of Munich EU criminal law – review and outlook
November 2010 Prof. Klaus Volk, University of Munich Economy, Criminal Law and Ethics (ECLE) – reading at the third conference in Frankfurt and overview
October 2010 Prof. Bernd Schünemann, University of Munich Karlsruhe locuta – causa finita? New problems of embezzlement following the Karlsruhe judgement
July 2010 ‘Wahrheit im Grünen’ – wid treff recht – garden party
June 2010 Stephan Lucas (lawyer)/Hartmut Wächtler (lawyer) Abuse of criminal defence?
May 2010 Prof. Thomas Rotsch/Dr Stephan Beukelmann, specialist lawyer in criminal law, Munich/Prof. Lorenz Schulz/Dr Ralf Tscherwinka, specialist lawyer in occupational/corporate law Compliance – positions and perspectives
April 2010 Dr Franz Bielefeld, specialist lawyer in taxation law/Jennifer Prinz (lawyer) From Liechtenstein to Switzerland – on the status of investigations and the discussion on the topic of criminal cases (continuation of wid treff Feb. 2009)
February und March 2010 Prof. Frank Saliger, Hamburg From the box to the dock? Hospitality and criminal law
January 2010 Dr Thomas Bernhard Petri, Bavarian Data Protection Officer Problems of data protection in compliance (held jointly with WisteV, southeastern regional association)
December 2009 Prof. Lorenz Schulz / Dr Peter Kasiske Economy, Criminal Law and Ethics (ECLE) – reading at the second conference in Frankfurt
November 2009 Dr Peter Kasiske, University of Munich Combating the financial crisis through criminal law? – Potential culpability for embezzlement through portfolio investments in CDOs via special-purpose vehicles
October 2009 At the Higher Regional Court Prof. Matthias Jahn, Erlangen/Nuremberg Connection doctrine and “abortion on demand” – the constitutional limits of external surveillance in the request for evidence of defence by the Federal Court of Justice
July 2009 ‘Wahrheit im Grünen’ – three years of wid treff recht – garden party
May 2009 Nicolas Richter (Süddeutsche Zeitung)/Klaus Bieneck, Senior Prosecutor a.D., Stuttgart Iranian trade – current developments in foreign trade (comment: Hans Leyendecker, Süddeutsche Zeitung)
April 2009 Michael Reinhart (lawyer), Munich/Dr Imme Roxin, Munich Administrative prevention strategies and criminal law in a constitutional state – also a reading at the Haffke colloquium
March 2009 Victoria Ibold, University of Munich Black accounts and embezzlement (comment: Dr Klaus Leipold, specialist lawyer in criminal law)
February 2009 Dr Franz Bielefeld, specialist lawyer in taxation law/Jennifer Prinz (lawyer) The case of Liechtenstein: Usability of data of LGT Treuhand AG
January 2009 Dr Ralf Tscherwinka, specialist lawyer in occupational/corporate law/Dr Stephan Beukelmann, specialist lawyer in criminal law, Munich/Prof. Lorenz Schulz Criminal labour law: Problems of pseudo-self-employment
December 2008 Prof. Alexander Ignor (lawyer), HU Berlin Ethics in forensic practice
November 2008 Prof. Thomas Rotsch / Prof. Lorenz Schulz Economy, Criminal Law and Ethics (ECLE) – reading at a conference in Frankfurt
July 2008 Prof. Roland Hefendehl, University of Freiburg Whistleblower: Saviour or traitor?
June 2008 Dr Olaf Hohmann, specialist lawyer in criminal law/Reinhart Michalke, specialist lawyer in criminal law Requirements for professional criminal defence in white collar crime cases
May 2008 Dr Ingo Meyer, specialist lawyer in commercial/corporate law/Dr Yannick Schönwälder, University of Munich “Thieving shareholders”
April 2008 Dr Bijan Fateh-Mogdaham, University of Munich/Munster Organ transplants: Consent in living organ donations (comment: Prof. Henning Rosenau, University of Augsburg)
March 2008 Jan Olaf Leisner, specialist lawyer in taxation law The current case: Liechtenstein and its consequences
February 2008 II Dr Eberhard Kempf (lawyer), Frankfurt am Main/Dr Helen Schilling (lawyer), Frankfurt am Main The current case – the Siemens decision of LG Darmstadt
February 2008 I Dr Christian Pelz, specialist lawyer in criminal law/tax law The current case – the Siemens decision of LG Darmstadt
January 2008 Michael Reinhart (lawyer) The TKÜ (telecommunications monitoring measures) for the revision of concealed investigation measures – “Dissonance or harmony?” (comment: Reinhart Michalke, specialist lawyer in criminal law)
December 2007 Dr Ralf Tscherwinka, specialist lawyer in occupational/corporate law Withholding and embezzlement of wages (Section 266a German Penal Code) – a networking offence
November 2007 Prof. Lorenz Schulz, University of Frankfurt am Main The characteristics of commerce in criminal law
October 2007 Prof. Lorenz Schulz, University of Frankfurt am Main Problems of mitigation orders
September 2007 Dr Stephan Beukelmann, specialist lawyer in criminal law, Munich The current case: Online searches
August 2007 Prof. Lorenz Schulz, University of Frankfurt am Main Control density in criminal law with the example of the margin of judgement
July 2007 Prof. Thomas Rotsch, University of Augsburg The current case – epilogue to Hoyzer
June 2007 ‘Wahrheit im Grünen’ – one year of wid treff recht – garden party
June 2007 Prof. Frank Saliger, Bucerius Law School, Hamburg The current case – the Federal Court of Justice’s Kanther decision (2nd senate)
May 2007 Nicolas Richter (Süddeutsche Zeitung) The current case: Terrorism law using the example of el Masry and Kurnat
April 2007 Prof. Lorenz Schulz, University of Frankfurt am Main The law in Brecht, with the example of Brecht and Weill’s opera ‘Mahagonny’
March 2007 Dr Oliver Sahan (lawyer), Munich Pharmaceutical marketing to social health insurance-accredited doctors – corruption in business transactions (Section 299 German Penal Code)? (Comment: Dr Stephan Beukelmann, specialist lawyer in criminal law, Munich)
February 2007 Dr Olaf Hohmann, specialist lawyer in criminal law, Munich/Michael Reinhart (lawyer), Munich The current case – the Federal Court of Justice’s Hoyzer decision
January 2007 Prof. Helmut Satzger, University of Munich EU criminal law - ‘An overall concept for European criminal justice’ – model for investigation and enforcement
December 2006 Prof. Bernd Schünemann, University of Munich EU criminal law - ‘An overall concept for European criminal justice’ (comment: Hartmut Wächtler (lawyer)/Dr Wolfgang Bendler (lawyer), Bavarian criminal defense lawyers' association
November 2006 Dr Stephan Beukelmann, specialist lawyer in criminal law, Munich New media in criminal law
October 2006 Dr Judith Hauer, University of Munich EU criminal law - ‘An overall concept for European criminal justice’ – EU criminal law – report from the Thessaloniki conference of May 2006
August 2006 Dr. Rainer Erlinger, Berlin Criminal medical law: Guidelines as law?
July 2006 Dr. Imme Roxin, Munich Accessoriness in criminal tax law
June 2006 Dr Olaf Hohmann, specialist lawyer in criminal law, Munich Accessoriness in criminal tax law
May 2006 Prof. Lorenz Schulz, Munich/Frankfurt am Main ‘Enemy justice’ II – follow-up
April 2006 Prof. Lorenz Schulz, Munich/Frankfurt am Main ‘Enemy justice’ I – discussion report and critical analysis