Georg Krakow is a partner and heads the Litigation & Regulatory practice at DLA Piper in Vienna.

He is a board member of a major non-profit organization in the field of Rule Of Law and anti-corruption, a lecturer at the International Anti-Corruption Academy in Laxenburg, the University of Vienna and Sigmund Freud University. He previously held a senior cabinet position at the Federal Ministry of Justice and worked as a senior public prosecutor and public prosecutor in white-collar criminal cases in Vienna. Prior to that, he worked for ten years in the private sector, including in contract law. He is author and partly co-editor of several publications in the field of criminal law, AML-regulatory law, compliance, and lobbying.

As a lawyer, Georg advises and represents companies, institutions and individuals in all areas of white-collar criminal law and compliance issues. One of his main areas of expertise is the assessment and evaluation of criminal law cases through internal investigations in multidisciplinary teams. The holistic support of all necessary steps in criminal law matters is his specialty. Another focus is on shortening or completely avoiding lengthy proceedings in advance of trials with the help of comprehensive risk analyses and the implementation of efficient compliance systems.