Dr. Philipp Wissmann

Lawyer

Augustenstraße 1
70178 Stuttgart
Germany
Telefon +49 (0) 711 22 22 83
Telefax +49 (0) 711 22 22 859

philipp.wissmann@frickpartner.com

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Law studies in Berlin, Germany (Humboldt University), Freiburg and Constance, Germany (2010-2014, Master in Law, focus on labor law)

Research work at the Chair of Criminal Law, Law of Criminal Proceeding and Copyright Law (Professor Dr. Bernd Heinrich) at the Eberard Karls University of Tübingen (2015-2017)

Doctorate in Law (Dr. iur.) with a thesis on the problems of intent and guilt, in particular in commercial law (2016)

Legal internship in Stuttgart, Germany (2016-2018)

Associate of the law firm since November 2017

Lawyer since November 2018

Worked as editor of a daily newspaper prior to his legal training

Areas of activity:
Criminal law, in particular commercial and tax law

Language skills:
German, English, French

Legal publications:

Fragen der Verjährung von Aufzeichnungs- und Aufbewahrungspflichtverstößen im Arbeitsstraf- und -bußgeldrecht, NZWiSt 2019, 19 (Questions concerning the statute of limitations for violations of recording and retention obligations in labor law and fine law)

Strafzumessungsüberlegungen im Steuer- und Zollstrafrecht – Das ewige Ärgernis (Penalty Considerations in Tax and Customs Law – The Ever-Existing Annoyance), NZWiSt 11/2018 (together with Dr. Jörg Frick)

Der Irrtum im Urheberstrafrecht, Ein konzeptioneller Beitrag zur strafrechtlichen Irrtumslehre und deren Übertragung auf die §§ 106 ff. UrhG unter besonderer Berücksichtigung neuer Medien (The Error in Copyright Law, A Conceptual Contribution to the Criminal Error Doctrine and its Transfer to §§ 106 et seq. UrhG with Special Consideration of New Media) (doctoral thesis, Berlin 2017 – awarded with the doctoral prize of the Reinhold & Maria Teufel Foundation 2017, sponsored by the VG Wort, the FAZIT Foundation and the Johanna & Fritz Buch Foundation)

Anmerkung zum Beschluss des Großen Senats des Bundesgerichtshofs vom 18. März 1952 – GSSt 2/51 (Comment on the Order of the Grand Senate of the Federal Supreme Court of 18 March 1952) – GSSt 2/51 (BGHSt 2, 194 = BGH NJW 1952, 593), DGStZ 2016, pp. 23-29 (published in German and Georgian)

Die actio libera in causa (The Actio Libera in Causa), Ad Legendum 2016, pp. 144-150 (together with Prof. Dr. Bernd Heinrich)

Teaching activities:

Scientific supervision of the East-West Exchange Seminar Network with the National Ivan Franko University of Lviv (Ukraine) in the summer semester 2016

Organization and scientific supervision of a media law seminar headed by Professor Dr. Bernd Heinrich in the summer semester 2016

Regular courses on the Special Part of Criminal Law in 2015-2017