Individually strong, powerful as a team
„You can always tell the winners at the starting gate – the winners and the losers.“
(Noodles, Once Upon a Time in America)
Ria Rajana Halbritter
Ria Rajana Halbritter works in Berlin and nationwide as a criminal defense lawyer. With more than 200 main hearings per year, she has extensive practical experience in criminal procedural law and is a certified consultant for criminal tax law (DAA).
Dr. Philipp Horrer
Lawyer Dr. Philipp Horrer is a specialist lawyer for criminal law and concentrates his activities exclusively on the areas of criminal law, criminal tax law and regulatory offences law. He is active nationwide as a defense lawyer and consultant for individuals and companies.
Attorney Dr. Philipp Horrer is a specialist lawyer for criminal law and concentrates his activities exclusively on the areas of criminal law, criminal tax law and regulatory offences law. He is active nationwide as a defense lawyer and consultant for individuals and companies.
One focus is on advising companies on criminal law in all areas of commercial criminal law and regulatory offences. He represents the interests of companies before or during ongoing criminal proceedings (corporate defense or representation of injured companies) in this regard. In addition, Dr. Horrer heads internal investigations and, if necessary, coordinates with other parties such as auditors, tax advisors, individual defense attorneys or, for example, labor law advisors.
In addition to his work in the field of criminal commercial law, Dr. Horrer regularly defends clients nationwide in general criminal law as well as in administrative offences law (OWiG) at all stages of criminal proceedings (preliminary investigation, interlocutory proceedings, trial).
Dr. Horrer is regularly involved in advising and supporting witnesses before and during their testimony (witness assistance). He also files criminal charges for injured companies and individuals and accompanies or supports initiated criminal proceedings.
Attorney Dr. Philipp Horrer has extensive expertise and practical experience in preventive criminal law advice for individuals and companies (compliance) to avoid risks under criminal law and regulatory offences. He implements a compliance management system in companies, develops compliance guidelines, prepares legal opinions, answers individual questions and conducts compliance training and workshops in companies, associations and institutions.
Attorney Dr. Horrer has been a lecturer for many years within the framework of further training for lawyers and trains other specialist lawyers for criminal law. For two market-leading further education providers, he regularly holds lectures and training courses for other specialist lawyers, e.g. in the areas of criminal law relating to corruption, labor law, compliance and criminal law risk prevention.
Dr. Ulrich Wehner
Dr. Ulrich Wehner has been active for many years as a criminal defense lawyer and in advising and representing companies. He defends and advises in all areas of criminal commercial and fiscal law as well as in general criminal law.
Both forensically and in an advisory capacity, Dr. Ulrich Wehner, attorney and specialist lawyer for criminal law, assists companies and individuals at the criminal law interface with antitrust law. A further focus of his work is defense in cross-border cases and cases with international implications.
Working languages besides German
English, Spanish, French and Portuguese
Working languages besides German
English, Spanish, French and Portuguese
Anna Elisabeth Sethe
Lawyer Anna Elisabeth Sethe is one of the founding members of H2W Criminal Law. She has been working as an attorney since the beginning of 2018 and is exclusively active in criminal law.
As a scholarship holder of the German National Academic Foundation, she studied at the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg with a focus on business law and graduated as one of the best in her class.
As a research assistant at the major international law firm Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP, she gained practical experience in commercial law, which she brings to the handling of complex white-collar criminal proceedings.
Between 2015 and 2017, Anna Sethe completed her legal clerkship at the Berlin Court of Appeal with a focus on criminal and commercial law. She worked for the Federal Ministry of Economics, the Berlin Public Prosecutor’s Office and a renowned Berlin criminal law office.
The main focus of her work at H2W is, in addition to general and commercial criminal law, in particular asset recovery law, whereby she also focuses on the proceedings following a conviction due to her special knowledge of criminal enforcement law.
In addition, Ms. Sethe is active in the field of international mutual legal assistance (extradition proceedings, transnational preliminary proceedings) and in the law of execution and enforcement of sentences. Her working languages are German and English.
Ms. Graichen defends clients and advises in all areas of (commercial) criminal law and regulatory offences law in ongoing proceedings as well as in associated consulting. One focus of her work is the representation of service providers in the health care sector (nursing services, doctors, dentists, etc.).
From 2008 to 2013 she studied law at the European University Viadrina. Her main focus of interest there was on criminal justice, especially medical criminal law. Also during her legal clerkship in the district of the Higher Regional Court of Brandenburg she focused on criminal law.
She has been working as a lawyer since the beginning of 2016, and from the beginning she has worked exclusively in the field of criminal law. She has been continuing her professional career as a criminal defense attorney at H2W Criminal Law since October 2019. Here, too, she frequently works in medical and medical criminal law.
Marina Graichen was born in Moscow in 1988. She is a native speaker of Russian, German and English.
Dr. Anne-Katrin Wolf
Dr. Anne-Katrin Wolf, LLM. (KCL), Maîtrise (Paris II) is a lawyer working exclusively in the field of criminal law. Most recently, she worked in a renowned Berlin criminal law firm both in general criminal law and in compliance and criminal commercial law.
Dr. Anne-Katrin Wolf studied law in Berlin (Humboldt University Berlin), Paris (Panthéon-Assas) and London (King’s College London). In addition to her work in criminal law, Dr. Wolf focuses on international law and human rights. She has worked as a research assistant at the chairs of international law and human rights at the University of Potsdam and Zurich. Her doctoral thesis is entitled “Aktivlegitimation im UN-Individualbeschwerdeverfahren” and was published by Mohr Siebeck. Dr. Wolf also brings the human rights perspective to the development of effective defense approaches.
After her studies, Dr. Wolf worked as an employee at the Federal Ministry of Justice and for consumer protection in the project group round table against sexual child abuse and completed an internship at the Council of Europe in Strasbourg.
Dr. Wolf is a member of the Criminal Law Commission of the German Association of Women Lawyers (djb), where she works in particular on the issues of the protection of women against violence and the implementation of the Istanbul Convention in Germany. She is a mentor at the JurMep network of the University of Potsdam.
Her working languages are German, English and French.
Since the beginning of 2019, Fynn-Hendrik Vogt has been working as a lawyer focusing on commercial and criminal tax law. He also advises on tax matters against tax assessments issued by the tax office.
Before joining H2W, Fynn-Hendrik Vogt gained extensive experience in all areas of criminal and regulatory offence law with various criminal defense attorneys, during his legal clerkship at the Berlin Court of Appeal and finally with a law firm in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
Alexandra Pfeiffer was born in Karlsruhe in 1989 and grew up there.
From 2010 to 2016, she studied law with a focus on criminal law at the Humboldt University of Berlin and the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. After completing her first state examination, she initially worked as a research assistant in public commercial law at a major international law firm in Berlin and gained experience in dealing with complex commercial law matters.
She completed her legal traineeship, inter alia, with the Scientific Service of the German Parliament in the Department of Constitutional and Administrative Law as well as with two renowned Berlin criminal defense attorneys, thus supplementing her focus on criminal law with intensive work on aspects of constitutional law and criminal procedure.
Alexandra Pfeiffer joined H2W Strafrecht in 2020 as an attorney-at-law and works exclusively in the field of criminal law. In addition to general criminal law, she specializes in particular in law of execution of sentences and law of imprisonment.
She advises clients who are facing the execution of a prison sentence or who are already imprisoned and represents their interests vis-à-vis the correctional institution, the penal execution authority and the penal execution chamber. Accompanying them into the open prison system is just as much a part of her work as advising them on early release.
Her working languages are German, English and Spanish.
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