Category: Press

Monika Slepicka, lawyer and specialist in inheritance law, joins THEMIS in Munich as counsel.

Welcome dear colleague #Rawyer Monika Slepicka to THEMIS! As of today, Monika #Slepicka joins the #privateclient team of our law firm #THEMIS as #Counsel. Monika is a #specialist lawyer for #Inheritance Law and a certified #executor. She has theoretical knowledge of the specialist lawyer course in #ax law and additionally offers holistic advice for [...] through her many years of expertise as a specialist lawyer for inheritance law.

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Dr Hartung appointed arbitrator and mediator of the Court of Arbitration for Art -CAfA- in The Hague

The International Court of Arbitration has appointed Dr Hannes Hartung as an arbitrator and mediator and included him in its pool of arbitrators and mediators. You can find his profile at CafA as an arbitrator athttps://www.cafa.world/arbitration/pool/hannes_hartung/ and as a mediator athttps://www.cafa.world/mediation/pool/hannes_hartung/ . Dr. Hannes Hartung says: "I am very happy and honoured that the International Court of Arbitration for Art [...]

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Artistic lawyer (m/f/d) wanted

THEMIS Hartung & Partner Rechtsanwälte mbB is one of the nationally recognised law firms for private clients and companies for all their concerns in the areas ofArt & Culture, Media, Inheritance Law, Foundation Law, Real Estate, Protection of Historical Monuments, Arbitration and Commercial Legal Protection, in each case with all tax references. As a TriLex law firm, we are represented in Germany, Austria and the Netherlands in Munich, Berlin, Osnabrück, [...]

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THEMIS Season's Greetings: Merry Christmas and a peaceful 2023!

Dear clients,dear business partners and friends of GalerieKanzlei THEMIS am Platzl, the world is saying goodbye to a very difficult year full of crises and war. And yet, for many of us, everyday life was hopefully better than what we read and heard almost daily. After all, the best gift at Christmas is to be together with your loved ones [...]

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THEMIS congratulates lawyer Moritz Gallenkamp on his appointment as notary public

We warmly congratulate our Osnabrück colleague lawyer Moritz Gallenkamp on his appointment as a notary public and look forward to continuing to work with him.Lawyer and notary Moritz Gallenkamp works from Osnabrück in corporate law, inheritance law, foundation law and real estate law throughout Germany. In his work as a notary, Moritz Gallenkamp will notarise legal transactions and continue to provide our clients with committed advice, [...]

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Article by Dr Hartung in the Welt on the US Supreme Court ruling on the Guelph treasure

In the WELT of 05.02.2021, RA Dr Hannes Hartung comments on the Supreme Court's ruling on the # elf treasure. The article is entitled: Turnaround at the Supreme Court: Germany must finally bear responsibility itself. You can read the article here: Hartung Wende am Supreme Court_ Was das Welfenschatz-Urteil für Deutschland bedeutet - WELTI The Perlentaucher also picks up on our [...]

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Interview by RA Dr. Hartung in cast:mag on actors in the Künstlersozialkasse (social insurance for artists)

Interview by Dr Hannes Hartung on actors in the Künstlersozialkasse Download In the current #castmag, the independent actors' magazine, law firm founder Dr Hartung gives an interview on the #Künstlersozialkasse. In his opinion, # actors are primarily artists and not employees. Almost all other artists are members of the KSK by law anyway. Actors are sitting on two chairs and are currently suffering particularly [...]

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Article by Dr. Hannes Hartung, lawyer, in the NJW: Ways to a just and fair solution in the case of Nazi looted art

Current article by RA DR. Hannes Hartung in the Neue Juristische Wochenschrift (NJW) in the focus issue on literature, art and law of 05.03.2020 The smouldering and still unresolved looted art debate has been on the minds of many since the discovery of the Gurlitt Collection in Schwabing. It was not until December 2019 that a new handbook on dealing with looted art [...]

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