Areas of expertise:
- Commercial criminal law
Joachim Eckert is a lawyer at GRUB BRUGGER in Munich.
Mr. Eckert specialises in proceedings related to corruption, tax evasion, general white-collar crime, organised crime, money laundering, cybercrime, computer crime and asset recovery. He acquired his expertise in the course of his many years of work as a senior public prosecutor in cases involving money laundering, organised crime and international relations. For more than 10 years, Mr. Eckert was the presiding judge of a major commercial criminal law court at the Munich I District Court and he was responsible for cases involving corruption, tax fraud and economic crime, which explains his outstanding and wide-ranging knowledge in these fields.
Mr. Eckert has also worked internationally for the EU Commission, including in Bulgaria, Serbia and Turkey. In Bulgaria, he advised the government on behalf of the European Union and helped in establishing a public prosecutor’s office specialising in corruption cases.
FIFA Ethics Committee:
He chaired the Adjudicatory Chamber of the FIFA Ethics Committee from mid-2012 to May 2017.
- 2018 Member of the Ethics Committee of the Ludwig-Maximilian University of Munich
- 2017 Started work at GRUB BRUGGER
- 2016 Admission to the bar in Munich
- 1978 to 2015 judge and public prosecutor at the Bavarian State Judiciary
Miscellaneous:FIFA Ethics Committee: He chaired the Adjudicatory Chamber of the FIFA Ethics Committee from mid-2012 to May 2017.