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Dr Florian Kremslehner

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Dorda Rechtsanwalte GmbH

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Litigation and Enforcement, Insurance Law, Business Crime, Arbitration, Italy

Position

Florian Kremslehner heads the firm’s Dispute Resolution Department, advising banking, insurance and industry clients, governments and international organisations in civil and criminal disputes. He has extensive experience as arbitrator and counsel in institutional and ad-hoc arbitrations (ICC, UNCITRAL, Vienna Rules, LCIA). His litigation practice includes directors' liability, asset recovery, business crime, construction, investment and telecom disputes.

Career

Florian Kremslehner joined DORDA in 1988 and became Partner in 1992. In addition to his law practice, Florian Kremslehner regularly lectures at seminars. His recent publications include articles on money laundering, the legal aspects of cash pooling and directors' and officers' liability. He is co-editor of the Austrian Yearbook on International Arbitration.

Languages

German, English, Italian.

Member

AAA and ICDR roster of arbitrators, IBA, UIA, AIGLI, LCIA, ArbAut.

Education

University of Vienna (Dr iur 1985).


Austria

Dispute resolution: arbitration and mediation

Within: Dispute resolution: arbitration and mediation

Dorda Rechtsanwalte GmbH's 'very strong and experienced' team is a respected player in the market, acting for clients in various corporate and commercial disputes including ICC arbitration proceedings. Much of its workload pertains to disputes arising from co-operation, distribution and trade agreements alongside post-M&A issues and frequently includes white-collar criminal defence matters. Florian Kremslehner¬†jointly heads the team with¬†Veit √Ėhlberger,¬† who has 'a very sharp and analytical mind' and routinely acts as an arbitrator, as does senior partner Christian Dorda. Counsel Gunnar Pickl¬†is 'someone to watch'.

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Dispute resolution: commercial litigation

Within: Leading individuals

Florian Kremslehner - Dorda Rechtsanwalte GmbH

Within: Dispute resolution: commercial litigation

Dorda Rechtsanwalte GmbH's contentious work frequently includes white-collar criminal defence issues and is based on three pillars: Florian Kremslehner heads the commercial and corporate litigation team and the overall dispute resolution department, which consists of 'bright and talented' lawyers; the 'pragmatic' Felix Hörlsberger is the main contact for insurance defence litigation; and Bernhard Rieder is the name to note for class actions. In recent work, Hörlsberger acted for Chubb as D&O insurer for the Austrian manufacturer Facc in D&O litigation and Rieder represented real estate company Atrium in a civil action brought by over 700 former shareholders. Stephan Steinhofer is another key member of the team. Thomas Voppichler joined KNOETZL HAUGENEDER NETAL in 2018.

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Dispute resolution: white-collar crime (including fraud)

Within: Dispute resolution: white-collar crime (including fraud)

As part of the firm's wider dispute resolution practice, Dorda Rechtsanwalte GmbH's white-collar crime team represents individuals in parallel civil and criminal defence proceedings, which frequently pertain to accusations of fraud, embezzlement, bribery, corruption and tax evasion while also handling compliance matters and criminal investigations. Practice head Florian Kremslehner and Daniela Firulovic are the main contacts.

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Dorda Rechtsanwalte GmbH

  • AUSTRIA: ANONYMISATION ACCEPTED AS VALID DATA DELETION METHOD

    On 5th December 2018, the Austrian data protection authority ( Datenschutzbehörde , "DSB") issued a decision (DSB-D123.270/0009-DSB/2018) on data subject's right to data deletion according to Art 17 GDPR. In a nutshell, the DSB accepted consistent anonymisation as a valid alternative to physical and technical deletion. Beside the clear statement that anonymous data is not subject to the GDPR, the DSB provided detailed information on (technical) requirements of anonymisation methods:
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  • AUSTRIA: ANONYMISATION ACCEPTED AS VALID DATA DELETION METHOD

    On 5th December 2018, the Austrian data protection authority ( Datenschutzbehörde , "DSB") issued a decision (DSB-D123.270/0009-DSB/2018) on data subject's right to data deletion according to Art 17 GDPR. In a nutshell, the DSB accepted consistent anonymisation as a valid alternative to physical and technical deletion. Beside the clear statement that anonymous data is not subject to the GDPR, the DSB provided detailed information on (technical) requirements of anonymisation methods:
    - Dorda
  • Consent or pay ‚Äď a valid scheme under the GDPR?

    Media companies throughout Europe struggle with a difficult economic environment: Shrinking sales figures for print products, the digitalisation and consumer demand force publishers to offer their content also on the internet. However, generating money for online publications is not quite easy as ‚Äď at least in Austria ‚Äď online subscription against renumeration has not been well accepted by customers. This partially has its root in the lack of suitable micropayment means in the past and users thus getting acquainted to online information being offered for free. Thus, publishers have instead focused on financing their platforms by online marketing activities such as placement of banners. Nowadays such digital advertisement is usually targeted to the specific user. For this purpose, cookies are stored on the user's computer upon his first visit of the website, which then collect data about his location, technical equipment used and online behaviour. This finally allows to display specific, user targeted advertisements. However, such cookies may cause issues with applicable consent requirements under the telecommunication and data protection regulations:
    - Dorda
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    Processing operations subject to the requirement of a data protection impact assessment.
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  • DORDA advises on the acquisition of Austrian office properties Denk Drei

    Stefan Artner , Partner and Head of the Real Estate Practice Group, and real estate attorney Klaus Pfeiffer of DORDA advised Austrian Real Estate Development GmbH ( ARE , a subsidiary of Bundesimmobilien-Gesellschaft, the Austrian privatization agency) on the acquisition of the Denk Drei office properties from IC Development . The successful closing of the forward purchase transaction took place on April 30, 2018. The parties have agreed not to disclose the purchase price.
    - Dorda
  • Austrian "White List"

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    - Dorda
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