- German Lawyers Association
- Task Force on Cirminal Law of the German Lawyers Association (DAV)
- Member of the Board of the Nuremberg bar association
- German-Portuguese Lawyers Association
- „Role and Activities of the Criminal Defense Counsel in the German Judicial System“
- „Requirements and Expectations of the Criminal Defense Lawyer to Interpreters in the Court Hearing“
- „Criminal Risks for Child Care Workers and Guardians when Releasing Methylphenidate (Ritalin)“
- Defense of a trade union chairman on charges of tax evasion and violation of the BetrVG with fraud, with appeal and constitutional complaint
- Representation of members of a DAX-listed corporation in World Bank hearing proceedings.
- Representation and advice of a member of the board of directors in the context of the „diesel scandal“.
- Defense of a commercial agent of a pan-European retail group on charges of bribery in business dealings.
- Defense of a commercial agent of a public limited company in the context of alternative energy production due to the accusation of fraud.
- Defense of an Internet retailer on highly complex charges of VAT evasion.
- Defense of a managing director of a construction company operating throughout Europe on allegations of subsidy fraud.
- Defense of a well-known architect on charges of breach of trust.
- Defense of a CEO on charges of violation of anti-dumping regulations/tax evasion.
- Defense of the managing director of a nationwide supplier of a large stock corporation for bribery and tax evasion
and many more
Jürgen Lubojanski studied law at the University Nuremberg-Erlangen. He is married and has 2 grown up children.
Jürgen Lubojanski was admitted as a lawyer in 1987 and has been working as a defense counsel for the law firm of Dr. Bader & Partner since 1988.
In 1999, he was appointed as Certified Lawyer for Criminal Law (Fachanwalt für Strafrecht) by the bar association.
After frequent stays abroad, some of them long-term, Jürgen Lubojanski is able to assist and advise clients in English, French and Portuguese which he speaks and writes fluently.
His well-established contacts to renowned law firms in the U.S., in Brazil and in Portugal, and his membership in the German-Portuguese Lawyers Association enable him to deal with the specific needs of international criminal cases.
Jürgen Lubojanski is exclusively focused on criminal law. Regular attendance at advanced training seminars and legal discussion forums – especially in the fields of tax offences and financial and white-collar crime — and his both broad and indepth forensic and courtroom experience make him a most comptetent and fearless defence lawyer who won’t be taken by surprise easily.
Jürgen Lubojanski supports you in identifying and minimizing criminal risks and advises you on appropriate actions and strategies to avoid criminal prosecution.
As part of his work as a counsel, Jürgen Lubojanski has developed an understanding of economic and business contexts which allows him to handle complex issues in compliance proceedings, extensive proceedings on corruption or embezzlement charges and, in particular, the nowadays very frequent proceedings for non-payment of security contributions successfully and to his clients‘ satisfaction.
In the past few years, Jürgen Lubojanski defended clients in pilot-judgement proceedings resulting in leading decisions by the Higher Courts on issues of embezzlement and of offences under the German Medicines Act.
Notwithstanding his dedication to the „big“ questions of criminal law, Jürgen Lubojanski knows that every case is of vital importance to the person concerned, and he feels committed to providing the best advice and defence in allegedly „minor“ criminal cases.
Moreover, Jürgen Lubojanski participates actively in the training of younger attorneys and students.
Michael Zahareas studied law at the Friedrich-Alexander University in Erlangen.
He has been admitted as a lawyer since 2003. Since 2004 he has been working for the law firm of Dr. Bader & Partner where he concentrates primarily on criminal law.
In 2009, he was appointed as Certified Lawyer for Criminal Law (Fachanwalt für Strafrecht) by the Nuremberg bar association. Since then, he has been taking part in numerous advanced training seminars in this specialist area.
Michael Zahareas has appeared as defense counsel in a large number of criminal trials. He has excellent knowledge of both criminal law and law of criminal procedure.
For him as defence counsel, the key is to intervene as early as possible and to decisively influence the development of criminal proceedings by taking appropriate action during the investigation phase when the tracks are set for the further proceedings.
Michael Zahareas defends a wide range of cases including, without being limited to, general criminal offences, financial and white collar crime, tax offences, homicide, and drug offences.
Moreover, he deals with cases which may arise as a consequence of criminal conviction, such as driving disqualification, regaining of driving licence, or deportation or other implications under immigration law.
On the other hand, Michael Zahareas‘ practice also includes the representation of victims of criminal conduct. He safeguards the rights and interests of aggrieved parties both by acting as accessory prosecutor in criminal proceedings and by pursuing their claims under civil law.
Moreover, he takes on cases in road traffic law or law of administrative offences where he offers an excellent combination of legal and technical skills.
- German Lawyers Association
- Task Force on Criminal Law of the German Lawyers Association
Publicly known mandates are for example:
- The defense of a managing director in a major environmental criminal case before the Regional Court of Halle an der Saale
- The defense of a police officer of the Bavarian State Criminal Police Office in the „LKA major proceedings“ before the Regional Court of Nuremberg-Fürth, inter alia on charges of obstruction of justice in the course of duty
- The defense of a leading employee of a solar company in a major criminal customs case before the Regional Court of Nuremberg-Fürth
- Representation of the plaintiff in the jury trial of the so-called „Nuremberg Underground Car Park Murder“
- The defense in the so-called Nuremberg „S-Bahn pusher“ trial before the Juvenile Chamber of the Nuremberg-Fürth Regional Court.
- The defense of the CEO of a publicly traded solar company on charges of evading antidumping duties
Markus Wagner began to study law at the Friedrich-Alexander University in Erlangen after completing his military service in 1999.
Alongside his studies he started working part-time for the law firm of Dr. Bader & Partner GbR, a job he continued after taking his first law degree and throughout the term of his legal traineeship. Through this work, he had already gained considerable experience in the field of criminal law at the time he passed his bar examination.
He was admitted to the bar in June 2006, and since then he has been working as a defence counsel for the law firm of Dr. Bader & Partner.
In 2009, Markus Wagner was accredited as Certified Lawyer for Criminal Law (Fachanwalt für Strafrecht) by the Nuremberg bar association.
The focus of his work is on general criminal law, drug offences and offences under the Medicines Art, and on law governing the execution of criminal sentences.
Road traffic law is another of Markus Wagner’s strengths.
In 20011, Alexander Seifert and he successfully fought a case in the Federal Constitutional Court, which concerned the recognition of a driving licence issued by another EC member state for the territory of the Federal Republic of Germany and received nationwide attention.
In addition to courtroom defence, Markus Wagner focusses on appeal cases, and he is experienced, and has been successful, in proceedings for judicial review of decisions by the Federal Constitutional Court.
Nadine Lubojanski studied law at the University of Regensburg with a focus on criminal law in modern society. She completed her legal clerkship at the Higher Regional Court of Nuremberg and was admitted to the bar in 2015.
From 2015 to 2020, she worked at the international law firm Hogan Lovells International LLP in Munich in the area of investigations, white collar & fraud. In this role, she advised national and international companies, including numerous Dax 30 and Fortune 500 companies. Areas of practice included setting up and auditing compliance systems, assessing white collar criminal law issues, compliance due diligence of business partners and M&A objects, internal investigations, as well advising and defending companies with respect to investigations by German, European, Brazilian and US authorities. In particular, in the area of compliance and anti-corruption, she also advised on extraterritorial anti-corruption regulations from the US (FCPA), Great Britain (UKBA) and Brazil. In 2020, Legal 500 named Nadine Lubojanski as a core lawyer of Hogan Lovells for compliance in Germany.
In 2020, Nadine Lubojanski joined the law firm Dr. Bader & Partner as a criminal defense attorney. Thanks to her language skills and various stays abroad during her education and career, she also handles international matters and corresponds in English as well as Portuguese.