Hans-Peter Huber

Hans-Peter Huber


Studied and completed bis legal clerkship in Munich. Hans-Peter Huber joined the Bavarian Judiciary in Fall 1980 and served as district attorney, judge, ministry official and press secretary of the Bavarian State Ministry of Justice.

Hans-Peter Huber was the first head of the criminal law department of the Thuringian Ministry of Justice after the German Reunification.

From 1992 Hans-Peter Huber was editor-in-chief at the publishing houses C.H.Beck and Vahlen.

From 2000 until 2012 General Counsel of KPMG Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft in Germany.

Since then Hans-Peter Huber has been working as an attorney, specialising in Commercial Criminal Law and Criminal Tax law and preventive consultation concerning question of Compliance and Internal Investigations.

Hans-Peter Huber has worked with a foundation focussing on the research of immunological diseases for 30 years. He has organised international conferences in, inter alia, Singapore, Bangkok, Cape Town, Pisa and Kairo, with emphases on gene diagnostics and gene therapy and lectures on epigenetics.

Languages: German, English