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Archiv für die Kategorie ‘Commercial Criminal Law’
Confiscation of Sales Proceeds in Germany in The Event of Violations of Foreign Trade Law
The German Foreign Trade and Payments Act (AWG) regulates the movement of devises, goods, services, capital and other assets with foreign countries. The AWG allows for the imposition of import and export bans or licensing requirements for the transit and export […]
Embezzlement of Wages in Germany: Shorter Statutes of Limitations Planned
The payment of social security contributions is becoming a pitfall for many companies in Germany. Failure to pay contributions is usually severely punished. According to the German Criminal Code (Section 266a StGB), it is a criminal offence to withhold or embezzle […]
Coronavirus: Applications For Aid Money And Short-Time Working in Germany Can Lead to Penalties!
Many companies in Germany are experiencing economic hardship due to the corona crisis. The government has acted quickly and created emergency measures for those affected. The first of those have been paid out since March 30, 2020. But the promise to […]
Coronavirus: Are German Companies Liable to Prosecution if They File For Insolvency Too Late?
More and more companies in Germany are running into financial difficulties as a result of the corona crisis. Although the first federal aid packages have been launched, many measures will probably not reach the affected companies in time. When does a […]
Telecommunications Surveillance in Germany: When Will My Private Calls End Up in Court?
Law enforcement authorities are permitted to surveil and record telecommunications without the knowledge of the persons concerned. This telecommunications surveillance enables the public prosecutor’s office to obtain evidence. Since telecommunications surveillance encroaches on the private sphere of the person concerned and […]
Unlawful House Search in Germany – What Can I Do?
A house search may normally only be carried out with a warrant issued by an investigating judge. To this end, the courts must ensure that a judge is always available between the hours of 6 a.m. and 9 p.m. Searches that […]