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Johann Sieber

Dr. Johann Sieber

Senior Associate

CMS Hasche Sigle
Schoettlestraße 8
70597 Stuttgart

Johann Sieber advises German and international industrial and trading companies on all legal aspects of purchasing and procurement as well as production and distribution. He assists with all operational business matters as well as product liability and product safety issues. In case of conflict, Johann also represents his clients in and out of court. He joined CMS in 2017.

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  • 2013 - 2016: Research assistant to Prof. Dr. Eisele, Chair of German and European Criminal and Criminal Procedure Law, White Collar Crime and Computer Crime Law
  • 2012: Second state examination in law
  • Trainee lawyer in Stuttgart Higher Regional Court district
  • 2010: First state examination in law
  • Law studies at the University of Tuebingen
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  • Country report Germany: Usury and related offences in other criminal provisions (co-authored with Prof. Dr Eisele), in: Die Strafbarkeit des Wuchers. Internationale und interdisziplinäre Perspektiven, Milhály Filo (editor), Budapest, 2016, pp. 9-26.
  • Necessary restrictions of section 201a German Criminal Code following 49th Act amending the Criminal Code (StÄG) (co-authored with Prof. Dr Eisele), StV 2015, pp. 312-319.
  • "Die geplatzte Hochzeit" - criminal law examination essay (co-authored with Dr Dorothee Lang), JA 2014, pp. 913-922.
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