“The Magnif­i­cent 7? Hope­fully it won’t be that dramatic – we prefer using pens rather than pistols to repre­sent your interests.”

“The Magnif­i­cent 7? Hope­fully it won’t be that dramatic – we prefer using pens rather than pistols to repre­sent your interests.”

“To reach seventy in order to become seven. To set sail once more and head for new shores. With seven once a cabin boy, now on the bridge.”

“To reach seventy in order to become seven. To set sail once more and head for new shores. With seven once a cabin boy, now on the bridge.”

“In yoga there are seven chakras or energy centres. Loosen up, trust your own energy and that of your part­ner and be mind­ful at all times to inhale and exhale.”

“In yoga there are seven chakras or energy centres. Loosen up, trust your own energy and that of your part­ner and be mind­ful at all times to inhale and exhale.”

“In yoga there are seven chakras or energy centres. Loosen up, trust your own energy and that of your part­ner and be mind­ful at all times to inhale and exhale.”

“In yoga there are seven chakras or energy centres. Loosen up, trust your own energy and that of your part­ner and be mind­ful at all times to inhale and exhale.”

“Seven power­ful samu­rai, united by fate in this very place and time? In any case, we are called to protect, defend and advise.”

“Seven power­ful samu­rai, united by fate in this very place and time? In any case, we are called to protect, defend and advise.”

“The first seven years are when humans develop the fastest. We grow, learn and our world takes shape. Paragraph 7 is ready for this adventure.”

“The first seven years are when humans develop the fastest. We grow, learn and our world takes shape. Paragraph 7 is ready for this adventure.”

“Faith, love, hope, prudence, justice, forti­tude and temper­ance: If the seven virtues were not already taken, these would be good brand values for us.”

“Faith, love, hope, prudence, justice, forti­tude and temper­ance: If the seven virtues were not already taken, these would be good brand values for us.”

“Much greater things have been created in seven days. While we can’t perform mira­cles, we at least have a fresh lawyer for every day.”

“Much greater things have been created in seven days. While we can’t perform mira­cles, we at least have a fresh lawyer for every day.”

Lawyer approvals

2004, Liecht­en­stein
2005, Austria

Main area of focus

Finan­cial Markets Regu­la­tion (Bank­ing Law, Insur­ance Law, Asset Manage­ment, Invest­ment Funds), Crypto & Blockchain, Company Law (incl. Trusts and foun­da­tions), M&A, Civil Law, Litigation

Languages

German, English, French

Career

2015
König Rebholz Zech­berger, Anwalt­skan­zlei, Attorneys 
at Law – Found­ing Partner
2004 – 2014
Batliner Gasser Recht­san­wälte, Vaduz (Manag­ing Part­ner, Head of Prac­tice Group M&A, Bank­ing, Insur­ance, Invest­ment Funds)
2001 – 2004
Marxer & Part­ner Recht­san­wälte, Vaduz (Trust Offi­cer, Junior Lawyer)

Education

CAS Fund Busi­ness Expert (2011), Univer­sity Inns­bruck (Mag.iur. 2000, Dr.iur. 2006), MAS / LL.M Euro­pean Law (Schloss Hofen, 2002)

Roles

Member of the Board of Direc­tors – 1741 Fund Manage­ment AG, Vaduz (2014–2017)

MEMBERSHIPS

  • Liecht­en­stein Bar Association
  • Liecht­en­stein Arbi­tra­tion Association
  • ELS (Euro­pean Law Society)
  • IBA (Inter­na­tional Bar Association)

 

PUBLICATIONS

  • Global Legal Group, The Inter­na­tional Compar­a­tive Legal Guide – Inter­na­tional Arbi­tra­tion 2010, Dr. Johannes Gasser / Dr. Helene Rebholz, Liecht­en­stein Chapter
  • Bestel­lung eines Kontrol­lor­gans für liecht­en­steinis­che Stiftun­gen („Appoint­ment of a Control­ling Body for Liecht­en­stein Foun­da­tions“), Dr. Helene Rebholz / Mag. Benedikt König, Die Privat­s­tiftung 2/2010
  • Getting the Deal Through – Merger Control 2010, Dr. Helene Rebholz / Corina Bölsterli-Maier, Merger Control under Liecht­en­stein Law
  • Enforce­ment of foreign judge­ments in Liecht­en­stein, Trust & Trustees, Vol. 15 / No. 9 / Novem­ber 2009
  • Das Spur­fol­gerecht in der liecht­en­steinis­chen Recht­sprechung – Kritis­che Betra­ch­tung, in Prof. Dr. Francesco A. Schurr (Hrsg.), Das neue liecht­en­steinis­che Stiftungsrecht – Anwen­dung, Ausle­gung und Alter­na­tiven (2012)
  • The right to follow the trust prop­erty in Liecht­en­stein case-law, Trusts e attiv­ità fidu­cia­ria, Gennaio 2012
  • New provi­sions on invest­ment funds in Liecht­en­stein, IFLR 1000 Legis­la­tion Guide, 2012
  • ICGL – The Inter­na­tional Compar­a­tive Guide to Alter­na­tive Invest­ment Funds 2013, Liecht­en­stein Chap­ter, Dr. Helene Rebholz / MMag. Felic­i­tas Bleckenwegner
  • Enforce­ment of foreign judge­ments in Liecht­en­stein, Contri­bu­tion in: Liti­ga­tion and Arbi­tra­tion (Batliner Gasser, 2013)
  • ICGL – The Inter­na­tional Compar­a­tive Guide to Alter­na­tive Invest­ment Funds 2014,  Liecht­en­stein Chapter
  • Cross­bor­der Asset Manage­ment from a finan­cial markets regu­la­tory point of view in: Zetzsche / Lehmann (Hrsg.); The Inter­na­tional Law on Colli­sion of Laws in the field of finan­cial services (will be published in due course)

Lawyer approvals

1974, Liecht­en­stein

Main area of focus

Legal advice and repre­sen­ta­tion in court in all legal matters

Languages

German, English

Career

2010
Part­ner with WGB
2004 – 2010
Part­ner with Wolff Gstoehl & Part­ner, Vaduz
1978 – 2004
Attor­ney and part­ner of Advokatur­bu­reau Ritter Wohlwend Wolff, Vaduz
1971 – 1977
Legal intern­ship with the Liecht­en­stein Court of First Instance and asso­ciate with a law firm in Vaduz

Education

Stud­ied law at the Univer­sity of Vienna, Austria (Dr.iur., 1971), Bar exam (1974)

Roles

Member of the Liecht­en­stein Govern­ment (1986–1993), and of the Liecht­en­stein Parlia­ment (1993–2005); Bank Ombuds­man (2005–2009); Arbi­tra­tor of the Extra­ju­di­cial Arbi­tra­tion Body for Finan­cial Services (“Schlich­tungsstelle für Finanz­di­en­stleis­tun­gen”, since 2009); Pres­i­dent of the Exec­u­tive Board of AHV-IV-FAK Anstal­ten (2008 — 2016).

MEMBERSHIP

  • Liecht­en­stein Bar Asso­ci­a­tion (since 1974)

Lawyer approvals

2007, Liecht­en­stein
2007, Austria

Main area of focus

Corpo­rate Law (incl. Trusts & Foun­da­tions), Civil Law, Commer­cial Law, Liti­ga­tion, White Collar Crime, Tax law, Admin­is­tra­tion Law

Languages

German, English

Career

2009 – 2014
Batliner Gasser Attor­neys at Law, Vaduz, Liecht­en­stein (Manag­ing Partner)
2008
Walch & Schurti Attor­neys at Law, Vaduz, Liecht­en­stein (Attor­ney)
2004 – 2006
Walch & Schurti Attor­neys at Law, Vaduz, Liecht­en­stein (Attor­ney)
2002 – 2004
Greiter, Pegger, Kofler & Part­ner Attor­neys at Law, Inns­bruck, Austria (Asso­ciate)

Education

Eras­mus Univer­sity, Rotter­dam (2002), Leopold Franzens Univer­sity, Inns­bruck, Magis­ter iuris (2001)

Roles

Liecht­en­stein Bar Asso­ci­a­tion, IBA (Inter­na­tional Bar Association)

MEMBERSHIPS

  • Liecht­en­stein Bar Association
  • Inter­na­tional Bar Asso­ci­a­tion (IBA)


PUBLICATIONS

Inter­na­tional Taxa­tion of Low-Tax Trans­ac­tions, Yorkhill Law Publish­ing, Salzburg, Austria (2006), Co-Author of the Liecht­en­stein Chapter

Lawyer approvals

2007, Liecht­en­stein
2007, Austria

Main area of focus

Corpo­rate Law (incl. Trusts & Foun­da­tions), Civil Law, Commer­cial Law, Liti­ga­tion, White Collar Crime, Tax law, Admin­is­tra­tion Law

Languages

German, English

Career

2009 – 2014
Batliner Gasser Attor­neys at Law, Vaduz, Liecht­en­stein (Manag­ing Partner)
2008
Walch & Schurti Attor­neys at Law, Vaduz, Liecht­en­stein (Attor­ney)
2004 – 2006
Walch & Schurti Attor­neys at Law, Vaduz, Liecht­en­stein (Attor­ney)
2002 – 2004
Greiter, Pegger, Kofler & Part­ner Attor­neys at Law, Inns­bruck, Austria (Asso­ciate)

Education

Eras­mus Univer­sity, Rotter­dam (2002), Leopold Franzens Univer­sity, Inns­bruck, Magis­ter iuris (2001)

Roles

Liecht­en­stein Bar Asso­ci­a­tion, IBA (Inter­na­tional Bar Association)

MEMBERSHIPS

  • Liecht­en­stein Bar Association
  • Inter­na­tional Bar Asso­ci­a­tion (IBA)


PUBLICATIONS

Inter­na­tional Taxa­tion of Low-Tax Trans­ac­tions, Yorkhill Law Publish­ing, Salzburg, Austria (2006), Co-Author of the Liecht­en­stein Chapter

Lawyer approvals

2003, Liecht­en­stein

Main area of focus

Liti­ga­tion and arbi­tra­tion, foun­da­tions and trusts, insur­ance, asset recov­ery, bank­ing & capi­tal markets, invest­ment funds, white collar, legal assi­tance in crim­i­nal matters, admin­is­tra­tive assis­tance in tax matters, labour law, M&A.

Languages

German, English, Span­ish, French

Career

2010 – 2020
Part­ner with Wolff Gstoehl Bruckschweiger Advokatur­bu­reau, Vaduz 
2005 – 2010
Part­ner with Advokatur­bu­reau Ritter Wohlwend, Vaduz
2000 – 2004
Legal asso­ciate with Advokatur­bu­reau Ritter Wohlwend Wolff, Vaduz

Education

Law degree from the Univer­sity of Inns­bruck, Austria (Mag.iur., 1998), stud­ied at Univer­sité de Paris (Eras­mus Program 1997); intern­ships with the the EEA Coor­di­na­tion Unit, Vaduz and with the Princely Court of First Instance, Vaduz; asso­ciate (2000–2004) with Ritter Wohlwend Wolff, Vaduz; Bar exam (2003); Exec­u­tive Master in Prop­erty Law, LL.M., Liecht­en­stein (2008); Certi­fied Advanced Stud­ies (CAS) in Arbi­tra­tion (a 10 ECTS credit point joint degree of the Univer­sity of Lucerne and the Univer­sity of Neuchâ­tel in coop­er­a­tion with the Swiss Arbi­tra­tion Acad­emy, 2018)

Roles

Vicepres­i­dent of the Liecht­en­stein Cham­ber of Notaries

MEMBERSHIPS

  • Liecht­en­stein Bar Asso­ci­a­tion (since 2005), Liecht­en­stein Arbi­tra­tion Asso­ci­a­tion (LIS)
  • Liecht­en­stein Cham­ber of Notaries; Rotary;

Main area of focus

Company law and law on foun­da­tions, tax law, trust and succes­sion law

Languages

German, English, French 

Career

2010
Part­ner with WGB
2004 – 2010
Part­ner with Wolff Gstoehl & Partner
1995 – 2001
Employed as legal coun­sel­lor / trust offi­cer with DDr. Batliner & Part­ner, Vaduz
1992 – 1994
Employed as a legal trainee with DDr. Batliner & Part­ner, Vaduz

Education

Stud­ied law at the Univer­sity of Fribourg, Switzer­land (lic.iur., 1990); followed by intern­ships with the Legal Service of the Liecht­en­stein Govern­ment and with the Court of First Instance (1990/91); Bar exam and Trustee exam (1994); post grad­u­ate stud­ies of Euro­pean Busi­ness Law, Amster­dam School of Inter­na­tional Rela­tions, Amster­dam (1994/95);

Roles

Vice-pres­i­dent (1997–2001) and Pres­i­dent (2001–2003) of the Board of the Liecht­en­stein Asso­ci­a­tion of Profes­sional Trustees; Member of the Exec­u­tive Commit­tee of the Liecht­en­stein Red Cross (since 2001). Since August 2001 direc­tor / legal coun­sel­lor of Jura Trust AG, Vaduz

MEMBERSHIP

Liecht­en­stein Bar Asso­ci­a­tion and Liecht­en­stein Asso­ci­a­tion of Profes­sional Trustees (since 1995)

Lawyer approvals

2009, Liecht­en­stein
2010, Austria

Main area of focus

Corpo­rate and Foun­da­tion law, Civil Liti­ga­tion, White Collar Crime, Trade­mark law

Languages

German, English

Career

2012 – 2015
Batliner Gasser Attor­neys at Law, 
Vaduz, Liecht­en­stein (Part­ner)
2011
Mish­con de Reya Solicitors, 
London (Second­ment)
2009 – 2012
Advokatur­buro Dr Dr Batliner & Dr Gasser, Vaduz, Liecht­en­stein (Asso­ciate)
2008
Princely District Court, Vaduz, Liecht­en­stein (Intern­ship)
2007 – 2008
Advokatur­buro Dr Dr Batliner & Dr Gasser, Vaduz, Liecht­en­stein (Asso­ciate)

Education

Post-Grad­u­ate study on Roman Catholic Canon Law (Master of Laws, LL.M.), Univer­sity of Vienna, Austria (2012); Degree in Economic Law, Faculty of Law, Univer­sity of Inns­bruck, Austria (2006); Law degree, Faculty of Law, Univer­sity of Inns­bruck, Austria (2004); Exchange semes­ter, Univer­sity of Notre Dame, USA (2002)

Roles

Member of the Board of Propter Homines Foun­da­tion, Vaduz/Liechtenstein (since 2013), Liecht­en­stein Bar Association
AIJA (Asso­ci­a­tion Inter­na­tional des Jeunes Avocats), Town coun­cil­lor, Feld­kirch, Austria 

PUBLICATIONS

  • „Lizenzbox-Modell in Liecht­en­stein und der Schweiz“, Steuer­re­vue 6/2013
  • „Liti­ga­tion and Arbi­tra­tion in Liecht­en­stein“ Kapi­tel „Arbi­tra­tion“ und Neuau­flage, Batliner Gasser, 2. Auflage 2013
  • „Liecht­en­stein – Corpo­rate Tax“ ICLG 2013, 2014, 2015
  • “Inter­na­tional Arbi­tra­tion in Liecht­en­stein” ICLG, 2012, 2013, 2014
  • “Dispute Reso­lu­tion in Liecht­en­stein”, Getting The Deal Through, 2012, 2013, 2014
  • “Merger Control in Liecht­en­stein”, Getting The Deal Through, 2011, 2012, 2013 (mit Helene Rebholz)
  • „Abstrakte Normenkon­trolle im Fürsten­tum Liecht­en­stein am Beispiel der Popu­larbeschw­erde nach Art 20 Abs 1 Bst c Staats­gericht­shofge­setz“ in FS Hans R. Klecatsky zum 90. Geburt­stag, Wien, 2010
  • “Bestel­lung eines Kontrol­lor­gans für liecht­en­steinis­che Stiftun­gen – ein Hindernispar­cours“ in Die Privat­s­tiftung, Manz, 2010 (gemein­sam mit Helene Rebholz)

Lawyer approvals

2009, Liecht­en­stein
2009, Austria (§§ 24 ff. öEIRAG)

Main area of focus

Liti­ga­tion and arbi­tra­tion, crim­i­nal law, admin­is­tra­tive and crim­i­nal mutual assis­tance law; Inter­na­tional sales and distri­b­u­tion law; data protec­tion law; E‑Commerce law; life insur­ance law; contract and general busi­ness terms draft­ing; crim­i­nal asset recovery

Languages

German, English

Career

2013
Inde­pen­den­t/­self-employed attorney-at-law
2005 – 2013
Asso­ciate in Austrian and Liecht­en­stein law firms

Education

Magis­ter and Doctoral stud­ies in law, Univer­sity of Inns­bruck, Austria (Mag.iur. 2004; Dr.iur. 2005); Language study visit, Univer­sity of St. Peters­burg, Russia (2005); Research assis­tant at the Depart­ment of Civil Proce­dure Law, Univer­sity of Inns­bruck; Jean-Monnet Science Award for Euro­pean Law, Danube Univer­sity Krems (2006); Intern­ships with Austrian and Liecht­en­stein courts and with the Legal Service Depart­ment of the Govern­ment of the Prin­ci­pal­ity of Liecht­en­stein; Liecht­en­stein and Austrian (§§ 24 et. seqq. öEIRAG) bar exam (2009); LL.M. in Inter­na­tional Busi­ness Law, Univer­sity of Liver­pool, U.K. (2014);

MEMBERSHIPS

  • Liecht­en­stein Bar Asso­ci­a­tion (since 2013);
  • Asso­ci­a­tion of Liecht­en­stein Crim­i­nal Defense Lawyers


PUBLICATIONS

  • Mumelter, Der Gerichts­stand des Erfül­lung­sortes im Europäis­chen Zivil­prozess­recht (2007)
  • Huber-Mumelter/­Mumelter, Mehrere Erfül­lung­sorte beim forum solu­tio­nis: Plädoyer für eine subsidiäre Zuständigkeit am Sitz des vertragscharak­ter­is­tisch Leis­ten­den, JBl 2008, 561 ff
  • Mumelter, Und es gibt sie doch – die Direk­tk­lage in Versicherungssachen des LGVÜ, ZVR 2009,/140;
  • Huber-Mumelter/­Mumelter, Schlichten statt Richten – Oblig­a­torischer Vermit­tlungsver­such im liecht­en­steinis­chen und (neuen) schweiz­erischen Zivil­prozess­recht, ZfRV 2009, 145 ff;
  • Mumelter, Crim­i­nal Asset Recov­ery in Liecht­en­stein and the U.K., ELR 20145;
  • Mumelter, The New Face of Liecht­en­stein, Speech at the Thirty-Seventh Inter­na­tional Sympo­sium on Economic Crime, Jesus College, Univer­sity of Cambridge (5 Septem­ber 2019);
  • Mumelter, Neue Recht­sprechung zur Antragsle­git­i­ma­tion im Stiftungsauf­sichtsver­fahren, PSR 201916;
  • Mumelter/Bruckschweiger, Data Protec­tion in Liecht­en­stein: Overview, Prac­ti­cal Law Coun­try Q&A (2020).