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Cerha Hempel
PARKRING 2
1010 VIENNA
Austria

Work Department

Corporate & Commercial

Position

Partner
Areas of practice:

Career

Admitted 2009, (Attorney at Law), Austria

Heinrich Foglar-Deinhhardstein is a key partner in the firm’s Corporate practice. He was appointed partner in 2013 and focuses on corporate reorganisations, cross-border transactions and on private clients and Trust Law.

He is actively involved in solving various forms of disputes and reorganisations within trusts and private clients and is frequently working for Austrian family businesses, private foundations and family trusts in particular with view to their matters under Austrian corporate law, takeover law and law of succession.

Languages

German, English

Memberships

  • Vienna Bar Association
  • International Bar Association
  • UNION Viennese Society of Attorneys-at-Law
  • Young Industry (platform within the Federation of the Austrian Industry for young economic operators from industry and related sectors)
  • ReTurn (independent authority center for restructuring, reorganizations and turnarounds)
  • Turnaround Management Association
  • Austrian Corporate Law Society – Advisory Board
  • GVÖ
  • Austrian-Brazilian Association of Commerce – Associação de Comércio Austro-Brasileira
  • Lex Mundi – The World’s Leading Association of Independent Law Firms

Education

King’s College London (LL.M. 2005)
University of Vienna (Mag. iur. 2002)

Lawyer Rankings

Austria > Private client

At Cerha HempelHeinrich Foglar-Deinhardstein and Albert Birkner jointly head the practice. As a corporate partner, the former has a particular focus on trust law, whereas the latter is an experienced foundation law adviser. The team also includes Johannes Aehrenthal, who assists private clients with corporate holdings as well as property inheritance and structuring. Associate Martin Eichinger joined the practice from Jakobljevich & Grave at the beginning of 2020, further enhancing the firm’s offering for high-net-worth individuals. Benedikt Spiegelfeld retired.