Marxer & Partner

Vaduz Office

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Partners: Dr Johannes M Burger, Dr Robert Schneider, lic iur Jesús Cortés, Dr Michael Grabher LLM, Dr Michael Oberhuber LLM, Dr Stefan Wenaweser LLM, Dr Markus Summer LLM MBA, Dr Armin Dobler LLM, Dr Mario A König LLM, Mag Jochen Schreiber, Dr Florian Marxer LLM, Dr Daniel Damjanovic LLM, Dr Hasan Inetas LLM
Number of partners: 13
Number of lawyers: 10
Number of Of Counsels: 4
Languages: English, German, French, Italian, Spanish

Firm Overview:
Marxer & Partner Attorneys-at-Law was very much involved in shaping Liechtenstein as a financial centre and has been growing with it. Established in 1925, it is the oldest and largest law firm in Liechtenstein, having 13 partners, 4 of-counsels, 10 associates and a supporting staff of about 60 paralegals and administrative specialists. Of all firms providing legal services to a demanding international clientele Marxer & Partner has certainly become the most renowned in Liechtenstein.

The Principality of Liechtenstein is a small European country in the heart of Europe whose economy has continuously grown over the years. Its membership in the European Economic Area (EEA), on the one hand, and its close links to Switzerland, on the other hand, have paved the way for extensive activities of foreign investors in the industrial, business, and finance sector. Today, Liechtenstein can provide special qualities as an economic base, mainly because of the great political stability, the excellent infrastructure and efficient administration, and the modern and liberal legislation.

As a matter of fact, Liechtenstein has succeeded in acquiring an excellent reputation for its high-tech industry including leading-edge technology companies like Hilti and Ivoclar, and its robust and well- functioning financial centre, the standards of which, as the International Monetary Fund confirms, meet the latest and highest level of compliance and proper business conduct.

Main Areas of Practice:

Private Wealth Law