MMag. Dr. Johanna Fischer
Johanna Fischer studied law and economics at the Johannes Kepler University Linz, where she received her Master’s degree in 2007 and 2008 and a PhD in law in 2011. After completing her mandatory year of legal clerkship, she joined Haslinger / Nagele as an associate in 2008. Since 2012, she has been a qualified lawyer and partner at Haslinger / Nagele.
Johanna Fischer advises banks and companies on banking and banking contract law as well as on corporate and company law. She counsels and supports clients in contract negotiations on financing as well as on the documentation of banking and finance agreements and on M&A transactions.
She also specializes in civil, corporate and company law litigation, represents clients in shareholder meetings and advises them on the drafting, interpretation and review of contracts.
In addition to her work as a qualified lawyer, she authored several essays and book contributions in the areas of banking and capital market law.
Kaindl/Fischer, Bedingungen beim Onlinebanking – Begriff des “dauerhaften Datenträgers”, VbR 05/2015, 160-163.
Kaindl/Fischer, Veranlagung von Mündelgeldern, EF-Z 2013/104, 153 ff.
Kaindl/Fischer, Banken und das Internet – Banking-Portallösungen als dauerhafter Datenträger?, JBl 2013, 767-778.
Kaindl/Fischer, Judikaturübersicht Kapitalmarktrecht, in Dullinger/Kaindl (Hrsg.), Jahrbuch Bank- und Kapitalmarktrecht 2011/2012 (2012) 158 – 192.
Kaindl/Fischer, Mündelsicherheit von Wertpapierveranlagungen, EF-Z 2011/04, 124 ff.