MMag Dr Christoph Diregger > DSC Doralt Seist Csoklich Rechtsanwälte GmbH > Vienna, Austria > Lawyer Profile

DSC Doralt Seist Csoklich Rechtsanwälte GmbH
WÄHRINGER STRAßE 2-4
1090 VIENNA
Austria

Work Department

  • Banking
  • Corporate and M&A
  • Capital markets & Finance
  • Dispute Resolution
  • Private Clients

Position

Partner

Career

  • since 2009
    Partner at Doralt Seist Csoklich
  • since 2008
    Lecturer at the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration
  • since 2007
    Attorney at law at Doralt Seist Csoklich
  • 2004 – 2007
    Associate at Doralt Seist Csoklich
  • since 2004
    Lecturer at the Academy of the Austrian Bar Association (Stock Corporation Law and Restructuring of Corporations)
  • 2002 – 2004
    Assistant professor at the Department of Civil Law, Commercial Law and Law of Securities/Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration
  • 2000 – 2002
    Head of Office at the Austrian Takeover Commission
  • 1997 – 2000
    Assistant professor at the Department of Civil Law, Commercial Law and Law of Securities, Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration

Languages

English, German

Education

  • 2005
    PhD in law (Dr. iur. | University of Vienna, Austria)
  • 2005
    Master’s degree in economics (Mag. rer. soc. oec. | Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria) 
  • 1997
    Master’s degree in law (Mag. iur. | University of Vienna, Austria)

Lawyer Rankings

Austria > Commercial, corporate and M&A

DSC Doralt Seist Csoklich Rechtsanwälte GmbH demonstrates know-how in advising clients from the real estate, banking sectors and gaming industries. The group advises in particular on takeovers, corporate housekeeping and restructurings, and traditional M&A. The practice is led by ‘sharp thinkerChristoph Diregger and Christoph Leitgeb, who also covers litigation matters.

Austria > Banking and finance

DSC Doralt Seist Csoklich Rechtsanwälte GmbH almost exclusively acts for lenders, including many major Austrian banks, and stands out for its regulatory capabilities. This leads to regular instructions – typically led by Markus Kellner – on PSD II, new product launches, Austrian market entry and crypto currency and includes defending banks in litigation against consumer protection agencies and individual customers. Kellner co-heads the practice with Christoph Diregger, who has recently been most active advising on various financing instruments. Ulrich Edelmann has left the firm.