Hermann-Ulrich Viskorf

Of counsel

Hermann-Ulrich Viskorf

Hermann-Ulrich, a lawyer and tax advisor, has been a member of the law firm’s tax law team since April 2016. As Vice-President of the Federal Fiscal Court of Germany (BFH) and Chief Judge of the BFH’s Second Senate, which inter alia deals with inheritance tax and gift tax, valuation law and land transfer tax matters, he has substantially influenced the case law in those disciplines until mid-2015. He has handed down numerous landmark judgments and has initiated repeated BFH referrals to the Federal Constitutional Court regarding the partial unconstitutionality of the Inheritance Tax Act.

Boasting outstanding expertise, Hermann-Ulrich Viskorf advises, in particular, on corporate and private succession, asset structuring for wealthy individuals, as well as real estate transactions and restructuring schemes subject to land transfer tax. His longstanding experience as a judge of financial matters makes his arguments largely irrefutable in court. Hermann-Ulrich Viskorf is the author of leading commentaries on inheritance tax, the Valuation Act, and land transfer tax. He is the co-publisher of “Zeitschrift für Erbrecht und Vermögensnachfolge” (ZEV [journal for inheritance law and succession]) and a sought-after speaker at the leading symposia on tax law.

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Actualités et publications récentes

Fiscalité

Summary of the substantial changes of the German Real Estate Transfer Tax Act

27 mai 2019

par plusieurs auteurs

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Propriété résidentielle

Non-resident purchasers of Residential Property: Higher SDLT rates

12 avril 2021
Briefing

par Lisa Bevan et Alison Cartin

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Coronavirus

Impact of coronavirus on the UK real estate sector – where are we now?

16 mars 2021
IN DEPTH ANALYSIS

par plusieurs auteurs

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Clients privés

Protecting the reputation and privacy of your ultra high net worth clients: 5 things you need to know

11 mars 2021
Briefing

par Michael Yates

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