Imprint / Legal Notice
CBH Rechtsanwälte Cornelius Bartenbach Haesemann & Partner, Partnerschaft von Rechtsanwälten mbB (hereinafter also referred to as “CBH Rechtsanwälte” or “CBH”).
Sales tax identification number: DE 122743429.
Managing partners (entitled to represent individually): RA André Ueckert, RA Andreas Haupt and RA Dieter Korten.
Registered office and registration: Cologne, AG Essen, PR 3164, CBH Rechtsanwälte have further offices in addition to the head office in Cologne, further offices in Berlin, Hamburg, Munich Stuttgart and Cottbus: Office Berlin: Franklinstraße 28/29,10857 Berlin, Tel.: +49-30-886725-60, Fax: +49-30-886725-99, Office Hamburg: Tesdorpfenstraße 8,20148 Hamburg, Tel.: +49-40-4142.
Responsible for the content of this website according to § 55 subs. 2 RStV: RA Dr. Ingo Jung, Bismarckstr. 11 – 13,50672 Cologne.
All attorneys at law are admitted to practice in the Federal Republic of Germany. The professional title “Rechtsanwalt” (lawyer) was awarded in the Federal Republic of Germany. Lawyers of the Cologne office are members of the Cologne Bar Association, Riehler Str. 30,50668 Cologne (http://www.rak-koeln.de). Lawyers of the Berlin office are members of the Berlin Bar Association, Littenstrasse 9,10179 Berlin (http://www. http://www.rak-berlin.de). Lawyers of the Hamburg office are members of the Hanseatic Bar Association Hamburg, Valentinskamp 88,20355 Hamburg (http://www.rak-hamburg.de). Lawyers of the Munich office are members of the Munich Bar Association, Tal 33,80331 Munich (http://www.rak-muenchen.de). The attorneys at law of the office in Stuttgart are members of the Rechtsanwaltskammer Stuttgart, Königstrasse 14,70173 Stuttgart (www.rak-stuttgart.de). Lawyers of the office in Cottbus are members of the Bar Association of the State of Brandenburg, Grillendamm 2,14776 Brandenburg an der Havel (http://www.rak-brb.de).
CBH’s professional activities are governed in particular by the following regulations: Federal Lawyers’ Act (BRAO), Professional Code of Conduct for Attorneys (BORA), Specialist Attorneys’ Act (FAO), Attorneys’ Fees Act (RVG), Code of Professional Conduct for Attorneys in the European Community (CCBE Professional Rules).
The above regulations as well as supplementary information on professional law can be found in full text on the homepage of the Federal Bar Association at http://www.brak.de/ under the heading of professional law.
According to the Federal Lawyers’ Act, lawyers are obliged to maintain professional indemnity insurance. The minimum insurance amount for professional indemnity insurance for a partnership with limited professional liability is EUR 2,500,000.00 for each insured event. Details can be found in §§ 51,51a BRAO. CBH maintains professional liability insurance with worldwide geographical coverage with AXA-Versicherung AG, Lise-Meitner-Straße 4,60486 Frankfurt am Main.
In the event of disputes between lawyers and their clients, there is the possibility of out-of-court dispute settlement at the relevant bar association responsible for the lawyer (§ 73 Paragraph 2 No. 3, Paragraph 5 BRAO). A further possibility for out-of-court settlement of disputes exists with the arbitration board of the attorney’s office (§ 191 f BRAO) at the Federal Bar Association.
Information for consumers on dispute resolution:
The European Commission’s platform for online dispute resolution: www.ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr
In accordance with § 36 of the Consumer Dispute Settlement Act (VSBG), the arbitration body of the lawyer’s office is referred to. This is a consumer arbitration board in the sense of the CSBG and mediates in property disputes between client and lawyer.
CBH is neither obliged to participate in dispute resolution proceedings by means of online dispute resolution nor are they obliged to participate in the arbitration board of the attorney’s office nor is CBH to participate in such proceedings beforehand. The possibility of dispute resolution by a consumer arbitration board in the course of or during a specific dispute with the consent of both contracting parties pursuant to § 37 VSBG remains unaffected.
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