Two new lawyers from our own ranks at Eisenberger & Herzog
With the admission of Peter W. Steindl, LL.M. (Cantab), BA, and Dr. Marie Sophie Wagner-Reitinger as attorneys at law, Eisenberger & Herzog (E&H) is continuing its path of success and growth! Both were trained as associates at E&H. Their upgrade in status will thus reinforce our Graz and Vienna offices even further.
Peter W. Steindl, LL.M. (Cantab), BA, (30) has been registered as an independent lawyer since 18 February 2020, and is a substitute in the E&H Vienna office. He has been a member of the corporate and M&A practice group since February 2017. He focuses on M&A and litigation in complex commercial disputes. Peter W. Steindl completed his law degree at the University of Vienna in only three years as one of the best in his class. He also worked for several years at the University of Vienna – mainly in the field of corporate law – and graduated from the Master of Law program at the University of Cambridge.
Dr. Marie Sophie Wagner-Reitinger (31) has been registered as an independent lawyer since 1 March 2020, and is a substitute in E&H’s Graz and Vienna offices. Since joining E&H as an associate in November 2015, she has been a member of our public law practice group. Her areas of legal expertise include customs, chemicals, energy, telecommunications, and waste management. In addition, she has extensive knowledge and experience in the law regulating construction and regional planning. Sophie Wagner-Reitinger completed her diploma and doctoral studies in law at the University of Graz. For her dissertation she was awarded the Josef Krainer Prize 2015, and the Dr. Maria Schaumayer Foundation Prize 2014. For several years she was an assistant at the university, and a research assistant for the Supreme Court.
“Two lawyer from our own ranks – yes, we are particularly proud of that! We have always been committed to developing talent and rewarding hard work with a path that can lead to equity partnership”, says Dr. Dieter Thalhammer, partner at Eisenberger & Herzog.