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Feigen & Graf

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Managing Partners: Dr. Bernd Groß, Dr. Walther Graf
Number of partners: 5 Equity Partners (3 in Frankfurt, 2 in Cologne); 2 Salary Partners
Number of Fee Earners: 7
Number of lawyers: 12
Languages: English, German

Firm Overview:
The Frankfurt office, Feigen · Graf’s head office, was founded in 2001. The Cologne office was established in 2003. Feigen · Graf specialises exclusively in criminal law, particularly white collar and tax crimes. With twelve lawyers spread between offices in Frankfurt and Cologne, Feigen · Graf is able to provide a wide range of legal services to individuals and corporations, and has extensive experience coordinating complex proceedings with multiple defendants. Feigen · Graf stands for top-quality legal advice provided by partner-managed teams creating customised individual solutions for all client needs.

Practice Areas:
• White collar crime
• Tax crime
• Compliance

Main Areas of Practice:
Feigen · Graf’s main areas of expertise relate to:
• Criminal law focusing particularly on white collar and tax crime (money laundering, illegal employment, tax evasion: real estate transfer tax evasion, wage tax evasion, donation tax evasion, cum/ex and ADR cases, etc.)
• Preventative criminal counseling (Compliance)
• Advice and strategy when government investigations or prosecutions are possible or imminent
• Support and monitoring of responses to corporate internal investigations
• Anti-corruption and dawn raid trainings for various clients 

White Collar Crime:
5 Partners and 7 fee earners spread between Frankfurt and Cologne
• Representation of various banks for tax evasion in relation to cum/ex trading and various other offences.
Key Clients: various (foreign) banks and DAX 30/M-Dax institutes as well as (public-known) individual clients
Contact: Dr. Bernd Groß (Frankfurt)
Tel: +49 69 770 196 0
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Dr. Walther Graf (Cologne)
Tel: +49 221 5005 1500
Email: [email protected]