Dr. Karl Wörle

Karl Wörle is an attorney-at-law since 2017 and works for EMBERGER MOLZBICHLER Rechtsanwälte since 2020.

Karl Wörle studied law at the University Innsbruck (Mag.iur. 2010) and gratuated in the field of international arbitration (Dr.iur. 2013). He also studied at the Université catholique de Louvain (Belgium) and the University of Geneva (Switzerland).

Before joining EMBERGER Rechtsanwälte Karl Wörle worked as university assistant at the University Innsbruck (2012-2013), then as associate for Schönherr Rechtsanwälte (2013-2014), Viehböck Breiter Schenk & Nau Rechtsanwälte (2014-2020) and finally Grohs Hofer Rechtsanwälte (2016-2017 first as an associate, then as a attorney-at-law).

Areas of specialisation

Civil and Commercial Law
Corporate Law, trusts and foundations
Capital Markets
Mergers & Acquisitions
Litigation, Insolvency and Arbitration
Real estate and construction law


Die Regulierung von Related Party Transactions durch die zweite Aktionärsrechte-Richtlinie, wbl 2019, 365

Say on Pay und Zuständigkeit im Aufsichtsrat, ecolex 2019, 876 (mit Stefan Fida)

Mehr Schutz der Anonymität wirtschaftlicher Eigentümer, SWK 29/2018, 1276 (mit Stefan Fida)

Verursachung und Haftungsbegrenzung in der Vertragshaftung in Österreich und Frankreich, ZfRV 2014, 275

Die internationale Effektivität von Schiedsvereinbarungen (2014, Verlag Österreich)


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