Peter Solt, Mag. was born on October 19, 1967 in Vienna, Austria.
University of Vienna (Mag.iur., 1990). University of Chicago (Master of Laws, 1994). Spoken languages: German and English.
Worked at Weiss-Tessbach (Vienna) specializing in Administrative Law, Advertising Law, Agricultural Law, Antitrust Law, Arbitration, Banking Law, Bankruptcy, Competition Law, Constitutional Law, Construction Law, Conveyancing, Corporate Law, Distributorship Agency and Franchise Law, European Economic Community Law, Employer's Liability, Environmental Law, Foreign Investments, Immigration Law, Industrial Relations and Labor Law, Insurance Law, International Contracts, International Private Law, Litigation, Product Liability Law, Property and Real Estate Law, Rent and Lease, Trade Regulations, General Legal Practice, Copyright Law, Industrial Models, License Negotiation, Patent Litigation, Trademark Litigation, Trademark Prosecution, Transfer of Technology, General Intellectual Property Practice, Capital Taxation, Corporate Taxation, Indirect Taxation, Inheritance, Estate and Gift Taxation, International Taxation, Personal Income Taxation, Sales Turnover, Value Added Taxes, Taxation of Foreign Nationals, Exchange Control, East-West Relations (Countertrade, Joint Ventures), Hungarian Law, Czech Law, Slovak Law. Admitted to the bar, 1995, New York. Founded in 1878, Weiss-Tessbach is the longest established and one of the largest Austrian law firms.
It developed from an Austrian corporate, general commercial and real estate law firm to the full range of corporate legal services. The firm opened its Budapest office in 1990, its Prague office in 1992 and its Bratislava office in 1993. The firm is currently composed of eight Partners, nine Austrian Associates, eight Hungarian Lawyers, nine Czech Lawyers, two Slovak Lawyers and expects to grow in Austria and Eastern Europe in particular.