Petra Vyhnalik

Petra Vyhnalik: Attorney with Brauneis Klauser Praendl

Biography

Education & practice:

• 2008 Law degree, University of Vienna

• 2008 - 2009 Clerkship in courts under the jurisdiction of the Vienna Higher Regional Court

• 2010 - 2014 associate with bkp

• April 2013 Austrian Bar Exam

• since November 2014 attorney with bkp

Publications:

• Vorsicht bei der Verlängerung befristeter Mietverträge, bkp-Legal News Mai 2014

• Öffentliche Wiedergabe von Tonträgern in Hotelzimmern; keine in Arztpraxen, bkp-Legal News Juni 2012

• Durchbrechung des Kontrahierungszwanges von Verwertungsgesellschaften, bkp-Legal News November 2011

Areas of Practice (4)

  • Real Estate
  • Law Relating to Economic Offenses
  • Copyrights
  • Litigation

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
+ 43 1 532 12 10  Phone
+ 43 1 532 12 10 20  Fax
www.bkp.at
University Attended:
University of Vienna, Mag.iur; University of Vienna, Dr. iur.
Year of First admission:
2014
Admission:
2014, Austria
Languages:
German, English.
Birth Information:
1984
ISLN:
924452282

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