André Große Vorholt studied law in Freiburg i. Breisgau, Germany and was admitted to the German Bar in 1998. During his legal training and while working on his doctorate, he worked for the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law, the Department for Criminal Law and Legal Theory in Freiburg i. Breisgau, Club Med and Credit Suisse. Dr Große Vorholt worked as a lawyer in Heidelberg from 1998 to 2001 and as in-house lawyer for Deutsche Bahn AG in Frankfurt in 2002. He joined Luther in 2003 and headed Luther's Mannheim office until 2007. He has been the location head of Luther's Munich office since 2007 and also heads the service line "Corporate Criminal and Criminal Tax Law". André Große Vorholt is the author of numerous publications concerning corporate criminal and criminal tax law and compliance (for example, he is the author of the compendium: "Corporate Criminal Law - Risks - Defence - Prevention", 2nd ed. 2007).
André Große Vorholt specialises in corporate criminal and criminal tax law, liability law and compliance. He represents companies and individuals in preliminary investigations concerning criminal and administrative offences. Furthermore, he advises companies on recovery issues (enforcement of claims for damages) and, within the scope of M&A transactions, on identifying risks under corporate criminal law. Dr Große Vorholt also advises companies within the scope of prevention on the introduction and implementation of efficient compliance structures. He acts as legal confidant and ombudsman for some of his clients.