Florian Jandl LL.M.


Specialist in criminal law
Specialist in tax law


Augustenstraße 1
70178 Stuttgart
Phone +49 (0) 711 22 22 83
Fax +49 (0) 711 22 22 859


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Study of law in Konstanz

Legal internship in Landau, Speyer, Stuttgart, Munich and Toronto/Canada

Employee of the firm since September 2006

Lawyer since February 2007
Specialist for criminal law since July 2010
Specialist for tax law since August 2010
From October 2010 to October 2012 part-time study in Masters programme “Taxation Science” at the University of Münster.

Successful completion of Masters programme as “Master of Laws”, LL.M. in October 2012.

Partner at Frick+Partner (formerly Frick Quedenfeld) since 01.01.2011

Deutscher Anwaltsverein, Anwaltsverein Stuttgart, Wirtschaftsstrafrechtliche Vereinigung (WisteV), Arbeitsgemeinschaft Strafrecht im DAV

Scope of activities:
Criminal law, particularly white-collar and tax crime, tax dispute proceedings including appeals to the Federal Supreme Finance Court, representation as a witness assistant in hearings by the prosecution authorities as well as during questionings within the scope of internal investigations in companies, of management representatives during internal investigations.

criminal customs law

German, English, French


»Top lawyer 2019 in the field of economic criminal law«
German business magazine Wirtschaftswoche, edition 15/2019

»Top lawyer 2020 in the field of economic criminal law«
German business magazine Wirtschaftswoche, edition 15/2020


Publication of Masters dissertation as one of the best in the LL.M. course of 2010 Verwertungsverbot für die auf einer „Steuerdaten-CD“ enthaltenen Daten [Ban on the use of information contained on a “Tax Data CD”] in English/Saenger/Töben: Forum Steuerrecht 2013, Aus dem Münsteraner Studiengang „Steuerwissenschaften“, Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft

Co-author of specialist article by Jandl/Kraus “Haftung für die Erbschaftsteuer im Vor- und Nacherbfall” [Liability for inheritance tax in the case of provisional and reversionary succession] in Vol 39/16 of the specialist tax law journal Deutsches Steuerrecht (DStR) on an successful appeal submitted by the authors to the Federal Supreme Finance Court