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Seeger, Frick & Partner
Kirchstrasse 6
FL-9494 Schaan

Tel: +423 265 22 22
Fax: +423 265 22 32


MMag. Nicolas Reithner, born 1972, has been a lawyer since 1999 and in 2003 became partner in a Liechtenstein law firm before joining Seeger, Frick & Partner in 2013. After a second degree in business studies and the exam for professional trustees he became additionally qualified as an asset manager, tax advisor and accountant.

He became further qualified as lawyer in Austria and as Solicitor of England and Wales.

Nicolas Reithner regularly takes on complex national and international civil and white collar crime cases before courts and arbitration tribunals. He is a co-author of the first guide to the Liechtenstein Arbitration Rules.

Seeger, Frick & Partner:

Seeger, Frick & Partner is the oldest law firm in Liechtenstein. It has its roots in the middle of the 19th century, when Christoph Wanger founded an organisation focusing on legal consultancy and financial services. In 1923, Luis Seeger took over the firm. Since then, Seeger, Frick & Partner has grown to the point that our partners cover all areas of law, from consultancy to legal opinions and representation as counsel.

For more than 160 years, the firm has been a point of contact for legal advice and representation in Liechtenstein. Today, we not only take pride in the consistent satisfaction and success of our clients but also see it as a measure of our own success. The partners in our chambers are committed to competence, commitment and personal integrity.

The firm is deeply rooted in the Liechtenstein community. Our partners have always been engaged in local organisations and, as lawyers, have assisted the founding of many companies in the financial and industrial sectors. In line with its long and successful history, the past and present partners of our firm serve and served in many central positions of Liechtenstein’s political and legal institutions.

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