Dr.iur. Robert Schneider

Dr.iur. Robert Schneider: Attorney with Marxer & Partner

Biography

Academic Certified Expert on European Law, Schloss Hofen, 1995. Judicial Clerk, Innsbruck, Dornbirn and Bezau, 1988-1989. Member, Legal Staff of the Ombudsman of Vorarlberg, 1990-1994. Trainee Attorney, Dornbirn, 1994-1996. Self-employed Attorney, Dornbirn, 1996-2002. Associate, 2003 and Partner since 2004, Marxer & Partner.

Areas of Practice (5)

  • Litigation
  • Arbitration
  • Criminal Law
  • Civil Law
  • Insolvency

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
+4232358181  Phone
+4232358282  Fax
www.marxerpartner.com
University Attended:
University of Innsbruck, Mag. iur., 1986; University of Innsbruck, Dr. iur., 1988
Year of First admission:
1996
Admission:
1996, Austria
Memberships:
Liechtenstein Bar Association.
Languages:
German, English
ISLN:
917289208

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