German attorney-at-law Konstantin WeberProfile

Weber Recht & Steuern, a law firm for business and tax law was founded by German English-speaking Attorney-at-Law Konstantin Weber in Karlsruhe and Baden-Baden, Germany. Before the establishing the firm, attorney Weber worked as a tax lawyer in the tax department of a large German DAX-listed company in Bavaria as well as a lawyer in the field of cross-border insolvency law in a specialized large law and accounting firm in the federal state Baden-Wuerttemberg. Attorney Weber is a German Certified Tax Attorney-at-Law.

German Attorney-at-Law Konstantin Weber, a German Certified Tax Attorney-at-Law, has expertise and experience in in the areas of criminal tax law, value-added tax (VAT) law, finance litigation law, tax law, international tax law, commercial law, corporate law, contract law, real estate law, construction law, litigation law, insolvency law, inheritance law and corporate succession law.

Attorney Weber deals in particular with domestic and cross-border criminal tax law und value-added tax (VAT) law issues. He also conducts opposition and financial court proceedings against financial authorities.

Lawyer Weber regularly publishes scientific pulications on criminal tax law und value-added tax (VAT) law, and lectures on these areas of law.

Job experience

2013 Founding of Weber Recht & Steuern, law firm for business and tax law, Karlsruhe and Baden-Baden, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany

2010-2012 Lawyer at a large German law and accounting firm, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany

2009-2010 Lawyer in the tax department of a large German DAX-listed company, Erlangen, Bavaria, Germany

2008 Legal internship at the law firm Hinckley Allen & Snyder LLP, Providence, Rhode Iceland, United States of America (USA)


2013 Admitted as German Certified Tax Attorney-at-Law in whole Germany

  2009 Admitted as German Attorney-at-Law in whole Germany

  2006-2008 Legal internship in Karlsruhe and Stuttgart both Baden-Wuertemberg, Germany

  2000-2005 Studies in law at the Ruprecht-Karls-University of Heidelberg, Baden-Wuertemberg, Germany

  Working languages

  German, English and French

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