Tax Advisors and Lawyers
The combination of tax and legal expertise makes our proposed solutions particularly efficient and pragmatic to implement.
We are a specialized law firm for tax and business law in Mainz. We use the practical experience, long-standing networks and sound training of our team to advise our domestic and foreign clients from industry and commerce, the public sector, the financial market and private individuals in all areas of tax and commercial law.
We provide you with up-to-date legal and tax advice from a single source. We work digitally and use the latest technology and the most important databases in the industry for your tax questions, legal cases and projects.
Dr. Peter Reiter
Lawyer, Certified Specialist Lawyer for Tax Law and Certified Tax Advisor
Dr. Peter Reiter advises German as well as foreign companies, shareholders, managing directors/board members and private individuals on all tax and commercial law problems. He assists our clients in particular with ongoing classical tax advice as well as with the optimal structuring of cross-border legal relationships. In addition to the ongoing (tax) legal support of clients, in particular from small and medium-sized businesses, he also advises companies, for example, on the structuring of corporate succession as well as with regard to trading in financial products and private equity investments.
Peter studied law at the University of Mainz and holds a doctorate degree (Dr. jur.). He passed his legal traineeship in Mainz, Frankfurt a.M. and New York. Before founding the firm Peter had worked with an international law firm in Frankfurt a. M. for several years. During this period Peter specialized in advising international credit institutions, insurance companies, investment funds and brokers in relation to financial products, corporate tax law, company restructuring and investment tax law. Furthermore he supported clients in tax audits and tax compliance proceedings.
- Case Review: Civil Law Liability of tax advisors due to direct applicability of the 6th VAT Directive, DStR 2021, 439
- LADEMANN: Limitation of withholding tax credits, § 36a EStG, Boorberg 2019
- LADEMANN: Handbook German limited tax liability, § 50j EStG, Boorberg 2017
- German withholding taxes on cross-border license payments – Particularities in case of joint venture product development and engineer to order cases, IStR 2017, 572
- Case Review: Taxation of cash compensation element in a share swap transaction (BFH of 20 October 2016), BB 2017, 613
- Case Review: Scope of the restriction to offset losses from forward contracts within the business assets (BFH of 6 July 2016), SteuK 2016, 506
- Case Review: Gift tax shall not be a part of the acquisition costs of a participation within the meaning of § 17 EStG (FG Nürnberg, 12 January 2016), SteuK 2016, 300
- Losses from forward contracts within the business assets, DStR 2015, 1489
- Merger of a US-LLC into its sister US-LLC, IWB 2012, 408, (co-author Andreas Maywald)
- Realisation of hidden reserves based on the conclusion or revision of double taxation treaties, IStR 2012, 357
- National Grid Indus: Effects on the German taxation of hidden reserves, DB 2012, 16 (co-author Dr. Jan Brinkmann)
- Taxation of hidden reserves according to § 4 par. 1 clause 3 German Income Tax Act, Peter Lang 2011
- Limitation periods in relation to taxable private gifts, Steuerberater Woche 6/2011, 276
- International Fiscal Association
- On the liability of tax advisors due to direct applicability of the 6th VAT Directive
Jacob Senftinger mainly advises on corporate, commercial and business law as well as on issues of IT and data protection law. In these areas, he supports in particular German as well as foreign companies, shareholders, managing directors and board members. His advisory focus is on the implementation of corporate law projects, the drafting and negotiation of corporate contractual relationships, and the design of business processes to comply with legal requirements, such as data protection. In addition, he represents our clients in legal disputes in and out of court.
For seven years, he was in-house counsel for a stock corporation listed in the Prime Standard in Frankfurt am Main. In the group with numerous medium-sized national and international subsidiaries, he was responsible for providing legal advice to the Executive Board as well as the individual operating units from the "Internet of Things" (IoT), digitalization and Industry 4.0 sectors. Previously, he studied law at the University of Mainz with a focus on international law and business law. He also holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Laws from the University of London.
- Deutsche Gesellschaft für Recht und Informatik e.V. (DGRI)
- Bar Association Koblenz
Peter W. Reiter
Peter W. Reiter advises our clients in particular in the field of classical tax consultancy.
He comes from a family of entrepreneurs and has been familiar with the day-to-day problems of companies from his very first professional steps.
His path to becoming a tax agent (1981) and subsequently a tax consultant (1988) took place in parallel with his career while working in two larger tax offices (in Trier and Mainz) with clients from a wide range of industries.
In addition to setting up his own practice in Mainz from 1981 and relocating to Stadecken-Elsheim in 1983, he also worked as a freelancer in a larger tax office in Wiesbaden in the initial phase.
His daily professional life was characterized by the classical services of a tax consultant. From the founding of companies to company successions, including the typical professional assistance for company management, to tax support for private individuals, a wide range of activities covers all types of taxes and representation vis-à-vis the tax authorities. The support of freelancers and tradesmen of the most diverse forms of enterprise from the most diverse industries led to an extensive specialized knowledge. He draws on many years of practical experience in the pragmatic implementation and support of tax returns, annual financial statements as well as payroll and accounting work, conducting tax audits and representing clients in out-of-court appeal proceedings.
As a member of the Datev cooperative since 1982, he uses the EDP programs typical for his profession and is thus always up to date with all legal changes and developments.
A particular personal characteristic of his work is the attitude of only looking after as many clients as is necessary to ensure that the professional can provide direct support at all times. This is therefore also reflected in long-standing client relationships.