Dr. Dominok has exclusively been practising as a defence council since 2007 and has been an accredited specialist for criminal law since 2009.
Besides his studies of law at the University of Bayreuth, he additionally studied economics there. After the 2nd legal state exam, he graduated in commercial criminal law as Magister Legum (LL.M.), completing his additional studies at the University of Osnabrück.
At the University of Osnabrück, Dr. Dominok worked as scientific assistance to Prof. Dr. Hans Achenbach at the chair of criminal law and criminal procedural law, commercial criminal law and tax criminal law. In 2006, the University of Osnabrück awarded to him the title Dr. iur. for his dissertation on an environmental criminal law topic submitted to Prof. Dr. Hero Schall.
From 2007 until mid-2010, Dr. Dominok had worked at the law firm Eckstein & Leitner, before he joined the law firm of Máriássy Dr. von Stetten Rechtsanwälte. In July 2013 he changed over to Eckstein & Kollegen.
Dr. Dominok primarily practises in the field of commercial criminal law and tax criminal law. He was a guest lecturer for students doing their practical legal training at the Higher Regional Court Munich, and holds further training seminars for lawyers at the Munich Chamber of Lawyers.
Since 2016 he is an associate professor at the Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences.
In the current Focus Special Edition 2019 Dr. Matthias Dominok is listed as a top lawyer for criminal law in Germany and recommended by colleagues.
Languages: German, English
Dr. Matthias Dominok is a member of the German Bar Association (Deutscher Anwaltverein), the Criminal Law Section of the German Bar Association and the Munich Chamber of Lawyers.
Comment on the decision of the District Court Munich I of 11.12.2018, Case No. 6 Qs 16/18, in: NStZ 2019, 172 ff.
Annotations to Regional Court Munich I, Decision of 10 February 2009, file reference 4 Qs 2/09, in: StraFo 2009, 146f.
Comment on BGHSt 48, 207 and BGH judgment of 06 October 2004 (1 StR 286/04), in: JURA-Telegramm 2005, 186-190 (together with Prof. Dr. Rainer Strauß).
Comment on BayObLG NJW 2005, 309, in: JURA-Telegramm 2005, 144-146 (together with Prof. Dr. Rainer Strauß).
Criminal liability of officeholders in environmental authorities for omissions according to the Penal Code, Hamburg, 2007.