Dr. iur., M.B.L. - HSG, Gerhard R. Holzhacker

Dr. iur., M.B.L. - HSG, Gerhard R. Holzhacker: Attorney with Law Office Holzhacker
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Austrian Bar Examination, 1984; Liechtenstein Bar Examination (EEA), 1996; admitted, 1996, Liechtenstein. Education: University of Vienna, Austria (Dr.iur., 1980); University of St. Gallen, Switzerland (Master of European and International Business Law M.B.L.-HSG, 2000).

Areas of Practice (15)

  • Banking
  • Finance
  • Civil Litigation
  • White Collar Crime
  • Corporate Law
  • Business Law
  • Contracts
  • Trusts
  • European Business Law
  • EU Law
  • Inheritance Law
  • International Law
  • Bankruptcy
  • Insolvency
  • Taxation

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
+423 239 66 33  Phone
+423 239 66 44  Fax
University Attended:
University of Vienna, Dr. iur. 1980; Liechtenstein Bar Examination, EEA, 1996; University of St. Gallen, M.B.L.-HSG 2000
Year of First Admission:
1996, Liechtenstein Bar
Liechtenstein Bar Association.
German and English and French

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Vaduz, Liechtenstein

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