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Dr. Kroll & Partner Rechtsanwälte mbB
Pfenningstraße 2, 72764 Reutlingen, Germany
2. Dr. Kroll & Partner Rechtsanwälte mbB
Partnership of Lawyers
Seat: Pfenningstraße 2, 72764 Reutlingen, Germany
Registration Court: Local Court Stuttgart
Registration No.: 350001
VAT Identification No.: DE 146 473 774
All partners are lawyers. The partners authorised to represent the law firm are:
Office Reutlingen (Pfenningstraße 2, 72764 Reutlingen, Germany, email@example.com):
- Jochen Kroll
- Dr. Karl Frick
- Volker Bettin
- Armin Abele
- Christian Kühn
- Dr. Sigrid Schmitz
- Dr. Peter C. Lange
- Martin Vollmer
- Steffen Weipert
- Benjamin Chiumento
- Dr. Philip Betschinger, LL.M.
Office Balingen (Wilhelmstraße 47, 72336 Balingen, Germany, firstname.lastname@example.org):
- Dr. Klaus Gekeler
- Florian Majer
- Achim Wurster
- Bernhard Kunath
- Marc-Dierk Hartmann
- Ralf Lächler
- Dr. Sebastian Seyfarth
Office Tübingen (Konrad-Adenauer-Straße 11, 72072 Tübingen, Germany, email@example.com):
- Ralph Tränkner
- Nadine Mutschler
- Christian Weber
- Marcus Nerlich
Admission/Bar Association/Inspecting Authority:
All lawyers practicing at Dr. Kroll & Partner Rechtsanwälte mbB are admitted to the bar in the Federal Republic of Germany.
The lawyers practicing in the offices in Reutlingen, Tübingen and Balingen are members of the Bar Association Tübingen (Rechtsanwaltskammer Tübingen), Christophstraße 30, 72072 Tübingen, Germany (www.rak-tuebingen.de).
The lawyers practicing in the office in Stuttgart are members of the Bar Association Stuttgart (Rechtsanwaltskammer Stuttgart), Königstraße 14, 70173 Stuttgart, Germany (www.rak-stuttgart.de).
The following professional regulations for lawyers apply to the lawyers mentioned:
- Federal Code for the Legal Profession - Bundesrechtsanwaltsordnung (BRAO)
- Legal Profession's Professional Code of Conduct - Berufsordnung der Rechtsanwälte (BORA)
- Code for Specialist Lawyers - Fachanwaltsordnung (FAO)
- Lawyers' Compensation Act - Rechtsanwaltsvergütungsgesetz (RVG)
- Professional Supplement to the German Money Laundering Act (Order of the German Federal Bar Association and Recommendations of Conduct of the Federal German Bar Association)
The above professional regulations can be accessed at any time on the website www.brak.de under the topic „For Lawyers“ and the sub-topic „Professional Regulations“; the Lawyers' Compensation Act (RVG) can be accessed any time on the website www.gesetze-im-internet.de
Professional Indemnity Insurance
The Legal Profession's Professional Code of Conduct (BRAO) obliges the lawyer to maintain a professional indemnity insurance. A partnership company with limited professional liability is obliged to have an insurance with a minimum insured amount of EUR 2,500,000.00 for each occurrence of event insured. The details are stipulated in §§ 51, 51a BRAO.
The professional indemnity insurance is made with Allianz Versicherungs-AG in 10900 Berlin, Germany. The territorial scope of the insurance comprises services in all members states of the European Union and complies with the requirement of §§ 51, 51a BRAO.
Notice regarding Alternative Dispute Resolution
In case of disputes between lawyers and their clients arising from a mandate relationship, it is possible to apply for alternative dispute resolution with the regional bar association pursuant to § 73 para 2 no. 3 in connection with § 73 para 5 BRAO.
Moreover, the German Federal Bar Association in Berlin, Germany has established a Conciliation Committee (Schlichtungsstelle der Rechtsanwaltsschaft (§§ 191 et seq BRAO)). The rules of the Conciliation Committee are published on the website of the German Federal Bar Association on www.brak.de
Applications for dispute resolutions may be filed with the Conciliation Committee. The address is:
Information regarding Online Dispute Resolution/European Online Dispute Resolution Platform
Since 15th February 2016 the European Commission has offered a platform for online dispute resolutions. Consumers have the possibility to clarify disputes relating to an online purchase order without involving a court. The possibility to bring the dispute before the national courts remains unaffected.
Information regarding Online Dispute Resolution under Art. 14 (1) of the Online Dispute Resolution Regulation (Regulation (EU)524/2013) and § 36 Law on Alternative Dispute Resolution in Consumer Matters
The EU Commission's platform for online dispute resolution can be accessed with the following link: www.ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr.
Dr. Kroll & Partner Rechtsanwälte mbB does not participate in any dispute resolution proceedings initiated via this platform.
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