DiLigens Di Stefano Linsenbarth Reichelt / Partnerschaftsgesellschaft mbB / Magdeburger Allee 4 - Tivoli / 99086 Erfurt
Phone: +49 (0) 361 658887-0 / Fax: +49 (0) 361 658887-29 / E-Mail: info(at)diligens-rechtsanwaelte.de / Internet: www.diligens-rechtsanwaelte.de
Registered office of the company: Erfurt / Partnership register at Jena Local Court / Register no.: PR 500185 / VAT ID: DE339068172
Partners authorised to represent the company: Marcello Di Stefano, Dr. Martin Linsenbarth, Thomas Reichelt, Lawyer
The following professional regulations apply:
BRAO - Federal Lawyers' Act / BORA - Professional Code of Conduct for Lawyers / FAO - Specialist Lawyers' Code of Conduct / RVG Lawyers' Fees Act /
Code of Conduct for Lawyers in the European Community (CCBE) / Law on the Activities of European Lawyers in Germany (EuRAG) v. 9. 3. 2000 (BGBl. I p. 182)
For the content of the aforementioned norms, we refer to the website of the Federal Bar Association (www.brak.de).
The Federal Lawyers' Act (BRAO) is published in the Federal Law Gazette and is available in bookshops as a text edition.
The chamber responsible for professional supervision for the respective location is the
Thuringia Bar Association, Bahnhofstraße 46/47, 99084 Erfurt,
Saxony Bar Association, Glacisstraße 6, 01099 Dresden,
The professional indemnity insurance is with Zurich Insurance plc NfD.
Territorial scope of the professional indemnity insurance:
In the entire EU territory and in states of the Agreement on the European Economic Area. The insurance cover does not apply to liability claims arising from activities
a) through law firms or offices established or maintained in other countries,
(b) in connection with the provision of advice on and dealing with non-European law; or
c) of the lawyer before non-European courts.
Out-of-court dispute resolution:
In the event of disputes between lawyers and their clients, there is the possibility, but not the obligation, of out-of-court dispute resolution at the regional bar association (pursuant to section 73 (2) in conjunction with section 73 (5) BRAO) or at the arbitration board of the Bar at the Federal Bar Association (section 191 et seq. BRAO).
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