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Niklas Alexander Wolf, LL.M.oec.

Profile

Niklas Wolf advises and represents individual and corporate clients in all areas of commercial and tax criminal law. The focus of his work is on the defence of his clients during investigations by the public prosecutor’s office, tax authorities and customs agencies.

Curriculum vitae

  • Legal studies at the Martin Luther University in Halle-Wittenberg, with a focus on criminology – commercial criminal law
  • Trainee lawyer in the district of the Munich Higher Regional Court
  • Master’s course at the Martin Luther University in Halle-Wittenberg
  • Lawyer at Roxin
  • Lawyer at Feigen Graf since 2023

References

highly qualified, very committed lawyers
Legal 500 2021
the team offers particular expertise on matters related to financial misconduct, cum-ex matters, tax evasion and corruption
Chambers 2023
very clearly one of the foremost firms
Legal 500 2022
present in almost all current investigations
JUVE 2022/23
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Areas of practice

Banking criminal law

Capital markets criminal law

Criminal law on corruption

Internal investigations

Tax criminal law

Cum/ex, ADR and RMC proceedings

Insolvency criminal law

Criminal law relating to money laundering

Fraud and embezzlement proceedings

Subsidy fraud proceedings

Selected Publications

Comment on BVerfG, Decision of October 20, 2023 – 2 BvR 499/22, violation of the prohibition of arbitrariness in confiscation orders

Wolf

NZWiSt, 2024, 25


Confiscation in the context of bankruptcy

Wolf/Zivanic

ZinsO, 2024, 18


BGH, Decision of June 13, 2023 – 3 StR 152/23, confiscation of value in the case of a combination of property and narcotics offenses

Wolf

NZWiSt, 386, 2023


Comment on BGH, 08.03.2023 – 1 StR 188/22

Wolf

NZWiSt, 309 ff., 2023


The prohibition of money laundering and its reform from the perspective of asset recovery

Wolf

NJOZ, 1025, 2021


Issues of recovery in cum/ex transactions

Wolf

NZWiSt, 257, 2020


The deduction of expenses in the case of confiscation of valuables

Wolf

ZIS, 29, 2020


Objects of money laundering (and the problem of contamination): What stems from a predicate offence?

Wolf

Bergmann/Schröder, Strafrechtliche Studien – Geldwäsche, 2019

Frankfurt

Cologne

Munich