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Franziska Fladerer, Lawyer

Attorney-at-Law Franziska Fladerer specializes in criminal law and tax law as a specialist attorney for criminal law and for tax law. Since the beginning of her career as a lawyer, she has been working as a lawyer in all areas of criminal law. She is particularly interested in criminal tax law, in particular in the preparation and monitoring of voluntary tax returns.

Lawyer Franziska Fladerer combines her profession as a criminal defence lawyer with her personal commitment to her clients. It fights equally to bring up the human background of a lawsuit and to enforce the procedural rights of every accused.

Already during her studies at the University of Bayreuth, she was particularly interested in criminal law, which she followed, among other things, as a tutor for students. As part of her final audit, she specialised in commercial and fiscal criminal law. She wrote her thesis on the subject of “Incorrect or negligent preparation of a balance sheet – requirements and grounds for exclusion from a criminal liability”.

After completing her studies in Bayreuth, she completed her legal clerkship in the district of the Higher Regional Court of Nuremberg. During her training she gained practical experience in the field of criminal law. As a trainee lawyer she worked in a renowned criminal law firm in Nuremberg.
A further focus of her professional activity is tax law. Ms. Fladerer represents private individuals and companies both in out-of-court opposition proceedings before the tax office and in proceedings before the tax courts.

In 2016, the Nuremberg Bar Association awarded her the title “Specialist in Criminal Law”. She has been a specialist lawyer for tax law since 2018.
In her main interest in criminal tax law, special knowledge and experience from both criminal law and tax law are required for effective defence. By specializing in these two areas of law, Ms. Fladerer has the necessary knowledge to be able to offer competent legal representation in criminal tax law.

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