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  • To the classification of the results of an internal investigation as defense counsel documents in the sense of Section 97, 148 of the German Code Of Criminal Procedure, NStZ 2016, 383 et seqq. (co-author Christoph Buchert)
  • Self-indictment in German foreign trade law, ZWH, Issue 10, 2014, pp. 369–376, 2014, (co-author with Andreas Raschke)
  • Handling stolen data – on the necessity of introducing a new offense, ZRP, Issue 1, pp. 16–19, 2013, (co-author with Tobias Gans)
  • Internal investigations and the right to silence for corporate employees, BB, Issue 16, p. 7, 2011, (co-author with Clemens A. Müller)
  • Criminal Compliance in response to the UK Bribery Act, HRRS, p. 22 et seqq., 2011, (co-author with Stefanie Dymek)
  • The Role of Counsels for Witnesses in German Criminal Proceedings, NJW, p. 23 et seqq., 2011, (co-author with Clemens A. Müller)
  • The new UK Bribery Act – pitfalls for internationally operating companies, DB, p. M 18, 2010,
  • Internal Investigations – typical legal and practical problems, CCZ, No. 3., pp. 81–87, 2009, (co-author with Ole Mückenberger)
  • The definitional element of ‘competition’ in Sec. 299 StGB and the financial loss in cases of provision or Kick-back agreements, HRRS, Issue 1, p. 52 et seqq., 2007 (co-author with Markus Rübenstahl)
  • The Tax Amnesty Disclosure Act – A Description of Tax Amnesty from the Advisory Perspective, Steuerberater, No. 3, p. 105 et seqq., 2004 (co-author with Ole Mückenberger)
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