Attorney at Law, Certified Specialist for Tax Law, State-certified Finance Specialist (University of Applied Sciences)
Attorney Alice Romisch mainly works at WINHELLER's tax law department. She advises our clients on all legal and fiscal issues, especially in the field of nonprofit law and criminal tax law. One focus of her work is the preparation of voluntary self-disclosures to prevent penalties or subsequent tax declarations for private individuals, companies, charities, and professional or trade associations. She advises nonprofit companies primarily on VAT issues, on the fiscal treatment of donations and grants, and on sponsoring.
In addition to her advisory activity, she represents our clients' fiscal interests in dealings with financial authorities (objection procedures, assistance in external audits) and provides legal representation in fiscal courts and the Federal Fiscal Court.
Her responsibilities also include supporting attorneys at law, tax advisors, notaries, and auditors in matters involving recourse claims or liability issues. Acting as a defense counsel for professionals in civil courts, Alice Romisch defends claims for damages. In order to avoid any pending action for compensation, she accompanies procedures in finance courts and assists professionals in appeal or mutual agreement procedures.
After completing a study program on tax law at Ludwigsburg University of Finance (University of Applied Sciences), Alice Romisch studied law at Heidelberg Ruprecht-Karls University. During her studies, she already gained professional experience working as a scientific assistant at Clifford Chance (Frankfurt) for several years and at the institute of finance and tax law headed by Professor Prof. Dr. Paul Kirchhof.
Prior to joining WINHELLER, she was employed with a Frankfurt-based law firm specializing in tax law and litigation for eight years. Working for the auditing firm PwC, she then advised wealthy individuals on subsequent tax declarations and nonprofit companies and legal entities under public law on tax law issues and questions relating to their articles of association.
German, English, Polish
Around 200 guests from politics, research and industry gathered information at this year's Association Law Conference on February 22, 2019.