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Personalia: 3 neue Partner bei LGP

Personalia: 3 neue Partner bei LGP

LANSKY, GANZGER + partner (LGP) extends its partnership as of March 1, 2019: Media and technology attorney Katharina Raabe-Stuppnig (35), trial attorney and mediator Valentin Neuser (44) and criminal lawyer Matthias Cernusca (31) have been appointed partners. Following the current expansion, the firm's management comprises 7 partners at its headquarters in Vienna. LGP has been cooperating with Andersen Global since July 2018 and is committed to broadening its top management. Further partner appointments are imminent. " With the current partner appointment, we are bringing top lawyers into the first row whose skills are in high demand in our international activities.," the members of the management board emphasize. The latter so far included the founders Gabriel Lansky and Gerald Ganzger as well as Ronald Frankl and Julia Andras.

Katharina Raabe-Stuppnig specialises in media law, copyright law, telecommunications law and unfair competition proceedings. A further focus is on data protection law and the protection of personal rights. Katharina Raabe-Stuppnig has been working in this field for more than ten years: initially as a trainee lawyer in several media law firms, from 2012 as a lawyer at LGP. Here she heads the practice group "Telecommunications, Media and Technology" (TMT). Her clients include publishing houses, private broadcasters, a well-known gambling company and mobile providers. Katharina Raabe-Stuppnig also advises editorial offices and sales teams on questions of media and competition law. In addition to her work as a lawyer, she is a lecturer at the Institute of Journalism and Communication Studies at the University of Vienna, where she introduces students to media and broadcasting law. Katharina Raabe-Stuppnig began her professional career with international experience at the European Parliament. The attorney at law admitted in Vienna (2012) is a graduate of the Faculty of Law of the University of Vienna (Mag. iur.).


Valentin Neuser specialises in civil law, civil procedure, alternative dispute resolution (ADR) and mediation. Within the Dispute Resolution practice, the experienced litigator primarily deals with cross-border disputes with parties from third countries, which have become increasingly important. Against this background, Valentin Neuser will drive forward the development of international business - covering the CIS countries as well as Eastern and South-Eastern Europe. Valentin Neuser brings experience from several German and Austrian commercial law firms in Berlin, Düsseldorf and Vienna to his work as a lawyer at LGP. The lawyer with German roots is admitted both in Germany and in Austria (Berlin Bar Association, Vienna Bar). His legal studies led him to the Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg (state examination) and to the Université de Genève. Valentin Neuser is a trained mediator according to section 29 Federal Law on Mediation in Civil Matters (ZivMediatG (AVM/ÖBVP)). In addition to his work as a lawyer and mediator, he is also involved with young talent in the Hockeyclub Vienna (HC Vienna) and the Austrian Hockey Association (ÖHV).


Matthias Cernusca advises and represents both private individuals and companies in all questions of national and international criminal law and conflict resolution. In the processing of criminal cases, his professional focus is on the enforcement of victim claims. In addition, Matthias Cernusca also covers issues of international legal assistance and extradition law. The lawyer also has a specialisation which is rare in Austria: international criminal law. On the operational level, Matthias Cernusca deals with the prevention of white-collar crime, especially with compliance management systems or the Business Judgment Rule and is active as a conflict solver at the interface of civil law, corporate law and criminal law. Matthias Cernusca has been registered as a lawyer since 2018. His law studies took him to the Universities of Freiburg, Göttingen, Geneva and Vienna and he is a graduate of the Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg (Dr. iur.) and the University of Vienna (Mag. iur.). Matthias Cernusca is a volunteer at the Austrian Mountain Rescue: Since 2018 he has been vice-president of the federal organisation and heads an organisation of over 13,000 volunteers.

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