Advice & Support
The lawyers at Höhne, In der Maur & Partner are members of the Vienna Bar Association. The title “Rechtsanwalt” (attorney) does not require an appointment, but confirmation of the legal requirements (including the required training) and registration in the Register of Austrian attorneys-at-law (Sec 1 RAO).

The attorneys and trainee lawyers of Höhne, In der Maur & Partner – like all Austrian attorneys-at-law – are subject to the rules applicable to lawyers (RAO, RL-BA, EuRAG). Compliance is monitored by the disciplinary boards of the Austrian Bar Association: The disciplinary board directly elected by the plenary assemblies of the Bar Associations govern the compliance of the professional duties of attorneys-at-law. The goal of the disciplinary boards is thus to protect the people seeking legal advice.

More information on the (legal) regulations of the code of professional conduct, disciplinary boards and bar associations can be found on the website of the Austrian Bar Association (

We calculate our fees according to the Lawyers’ Fees Act (RATG), the general payment criteria of the Austrian Bar Association (AHK), and by mutual agreement (which can be hourly rates or an agreed fixed amount). The currently valid version of the RATG and AHK can be found at

Disclosure in acc. with Sec 25 Para. 2 Media Act:
Höhne, In der Maur & Partner Rechtsanwälte GmbH & Co KG is the media owner.
The business purpose is to practice law as well as to carry out the required ancillary activities.
The managing directors and partners are
Dr. Thomas Höhne with 16,1290 %
Mag. Thomas In der Maur with 16,1290 %
Mag. Georg Streit with 16,1290 %
Mag. Markus Bulgarini with 16,1290 %
Mag. Gunther Gram with 16,1290 %
Mag. Markus Dörfler LL.M. with 16,1290 %
Mag. Alexander Koukal LL.M. with 1,0753 %
Mag. Maximilian Kralik LL.M. with 1,0753 %
Dr. Michael Zwirchmayr with 1,0753 %

Disclosure in acc. with Sec 25 Para. 4 Media Act:
The website and newsletter on association law provide information on the activities of Höhne, In der Maur & Partner Rechtsanwälte GmbH & Co KG, to discuss current legal issues as well as communicate with clients and other people interested in legal issues.

Exclusion of liability:
The purpose of the website and the newsletter on association law is merely to provide information and does not constitute legal advice. The employees of Höhne, In der Maur & Partner Rechtsanwälte GmbH & Co KG strive to keep information up to date, however, the company assumes no liability for the accuracy, correctness and completeness of the information. Höhne, In der Maur & Partner Rechtsanwälte GmbH & Co KG assumes in particular no liability for any direct or indirect damage, claims for damages, consequential damages of any kind and for whatever legal reason resulting from the access or use of the website and the information provided.

Links provide additional information. Höhne, In der Maur & Partner Rechtsanwälte GmbH & Co KG assumes no liability for the content of external websites.
Photographer of the portrait photos: Oliver Bader
Photographer of the other photos: Daniel Gebhart de Koekkoek

Owner of the paintbrush illustrations: Roman Scheidl
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1. General

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2. Stored data:
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You can find our privacy statement here.