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Active team advising on both civil and criminal proceedings. Particularly well versed in assisting senior management with matters concerning embezzlement, bribery and money laundering allegations. Additionally advises on criminal law cases that relate to anti-competitive agreements. Also assists clients with the implementation of compliance structures. Notable activity for clients in the gambling sector.
One client praises the team's "high-quality advice, practical approach and great personal commitment."
Clients further highlight that "they work very diligently and precisely."
Represented the former CEO of Novomatic in proceedings relating to bribery charges brought by a former business partner.
Christopher Schrank acts on a range of white-collar crime mandates from fraud, bribery and money laundering to embezzlement cases. A satisfied client reports that he is "very analytical and precise in his documents."
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Christopher Schrank's unrivalled combination of corporate expertise and White-Collar Crime experience places him in high demand when companies and/or managers face criminal liability. Christopher's unparalleled success in representing several large banks, executives and auditors in numerous criminal proceedings is a testament to his ability.
Christopher was asked to join a panel of experts commissioned by the Ministry of Justice to elaborate on the reformulation and harmonisation of criminal law provisions regarding accounting fraud. His participation is just one of the many ways in which Christopher is contributing to the revision of criminal law.
Together with our highly-qualified team of lawyers, Christopher advises and represents banks, corporations and individuals in management positions facing criminal prosecution relating to their business. He also assists clients with regulatory compliance to prevent behavioural and business practices that could potentially trigger criminal prosecution.
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