Sabine Stetter - stetter Rechtsanwälte

Sabine Stetter

Listed in Best Lawyers since 2016

2010 Establishment of Stetter Rechtsanwälte, in Munich.
2007 - 2009 Partner at Peters, Schönberger & Partner GbR, Munich. Set up and managed the department for Commercial Criminal and Regulatory Offence Law.
2004 - 2006 Attorney at Leisner Lawyers, Munich. Set up an independent commercial criminal and regulatory offence law practice (including business organizations).
2000 - 2003 Active in criminal legal appeal proceedings in front of the Federal Court of Justice with Prof. Dr. Gunter Widmaier with focus on commercial and tax criminal law.


- Ernst-Moritz-Arndt University Greifswald, Doctorate (Dr. jur.) 2006
- District Court Munich I, Second State Examination 2000
- Ludwig-Maximilian University Munich, First State Examination 1998
- London School of Economics
- University of Regensburg


Areas of Legal Practice
- Corruption criminal law
- Financial criminal law (especially embezzlement and fraud)
- Tax & customs criminal law
- Labor criminal law
- Banking & capital markets criminal law
- Anti-trust, patents and trademark criminal law
- Insolvency criminal law
- Criminal product liability
- Environmental criminal law
- Medical malpractice
- International criminal law
- Regulatory offences law


Publications (Monographs)
The solving of cases of indirect self-incrimination due to a criminal tax offence as a result of complying with tax law declaration obligations, in the series: Criminal Law of Commerce, Volume 13, editor Joecks, Berlin Academic Press, Berlin 2007.
Publications (Book Contributions)
Work Criminal risks in the performance of job duties: tax evasion, in: Manual Labor Law, editor Ignor, Mosbacher, Publisher Richard Boorberg Verlag, Stuttgart 2016, p. 315.
Germany, in: The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Business Crime 2016, editor: DiBianco, Junck, Global Legal Group Ltd., London 2015, p. 130

Germany, in: The Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption Review, 4th Edition, editor: Mendelsohn, Law Business Research Ltd., London 2015, p. 70
Fiscal treatment of procedural and defense costs, penalties and fines, in: Lawyer’s Handbook Munich: Criminal Defense, editor Widmaier, Müller, Schlothauer, Publisher C.H. Beck, Munich 2014, p. 1705
Role and approach of criminal company representation (“defense“), in: risky banking transactions: liability risks and prosecution, editor Jobe, finance colloquium Heidelberg 2014, p. 213
Responsibly operated corruption prevention in companies – a means for the defense against impending corruption proceedings?, in: festschrift for Gunter Widmaier’s 70th birthday, editor Schöch, Satzger, Schäfer, Ignor, Knauer, Carl Heymanns Press, Cologne and Munich 2008, p. 801
Fiscal treatment of procedural and defense costs, penalties and fines, in: Lawyer’s Handbook Munich: Criminal Defense, editor Widmaier, Publisher C.H. Beck, Munich 2006, p. 1537 (together with Leisner)
Publications (Essays and Commentaries)
Corruption and economic crisis: Do prevention measures pay off?, CCZ (Magazine for Liability Prevention in Companies) 2009, p. 227
Review of Ignor/ Rixen, Handbook Criminal Labour Law. The facts of the relevant laws, BB (Management Consultant) 2009, p. 112
Commentary on the BFH Verdict of 07.12.2006 – V B 163/ 05: Whoever has been charged with tax evasion by the tax authority cannot demand the naming of the informant if the information essentially applies, Beck Online – the Database FD-StR 2007, 213361
Comment on the BFH Verdict of 05.10.2006 – VII R 63/ 05: Duty of disclosure of third parties in the scope of tax investigation, Beck Online – the Database FD-StR 2007, 213360
Corruption and Labor Law, BB (Management Consultant) 2006, p. 1445 (together with Zimmer)


International Bar Association

Office Location

Amiraplatz 3
Im Luitpoldblock
Munich, 80333

Practice Areas

Criminal Defense
Tax Law

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