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Falkenstein Rechtsanwälte PartmbB, Talstraße 108, 70188 Stuttgart, T +49 711 16 86 70, F +49 711 46 10 38, email@example.com
Legal form, register Falkenstein Rechtsanwälte PartmbB is a company with limited professional liability pursuant to the German Partnership Law (Partner-schaftsgesellschaftsgesetz, PartGG) based in Stuttgart. It is registered in the district court of Stuttgart's companies register under the number PR 64. Partners according to Sec 3, par. 2 No.2 PartGG are Dr. Günther Falkenstein, Hansjürgen Sachsenmaier, Jürgen-Dieter Koch, Wolf-Dieter Cantz, Ludwig Bahmann, Dr. Stefan Zweigle, Andreas Fuchs, Dr. Alexander Wild, Helge-Kristian Münkel.
Occupational title and responsible bar council The company's lawyers are approved pursuant to the laws of the Federal Republic of Germany and are members of the Bar Council of Stuttgart, Königstraße 14, 70173 Stuttgart, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.rak-stuttgart.de. Ludwig Bahmann is a lawyer and civil law notary. He is an approved civil law notary in Germany and subject to the supervision of the Notaries’ Association (Notarkammer) of Baden-Württemberg of which he is a member, Königstraße, 21, 70173 Stuttgart, email@example.com, www.notarkammer-baden-wuerttemberg.de
Value added tax identification number (Sec. 27a of the German VAT law) Value added tax identification number: DE 147508367
Professional liability insurance Allianz Versicherungs-AG, 10900 Berlin. Territorial scope: Europe-wide.
Professional regulations for barristers The following professional regulations apply: federal barristers' act (Bundesrechtsanwaltsordnung) (BRAO), occupa-tional regulations for barristers (Berufsordnung für Rechtsanwälte) (BORA), specialist barristers' act (Fachanwaltsordnung) (FAO), German barrister remunera-tion law (Rechtsanwaltsvergütungsgesetz) (RVG), professional regulations applicable to lawyers in the European Union (Berufsregeln der Rechtsanwälte der Europäischen Union) (CCBE), law on the activities of European barristers in Germany (Gesetz über die Tätigkeit europäischer Rechtsanwälte in Deutschland) (EuRAG), law implementing the directives of the European Community pertaining to the professional law regulating the legal profession. Professional regulations can be viewed and requested from the website of the Federal Bar Association (Bundesrechtsanwaltskammer) under the category "Professional regulations".
Professional regulations for notaries The professional regulations for notaries activities can be found on the website of the Federal Bar Association (Bundesrechtsanwaltskammer). They can be viewed and requested under the category "Notaries", menu item "professional regulations". The following professional regulations apply: Federal regulations for notaries (Bundesnotarordnung) (BNotO), German notarisation act (Beurkundungsgesetz) (BeurkG), guidelines for official and other duties for members of the notaries' association of Baden-Württemberg (Richtlinien für die Amtspflichten und sonstigen Pflichten der Mitglieder der Notarkammer Baden-Württemberg), official regulations for notaries (Dienstordnung für Notare) (DONot), court and notary costs law (Gerichts- und Notar-kostengesetz) (GNotKG).
Multi-disciplinary activities/professional associations The stated partners have consolidated to the form of an association for the permanent exercise of their profession. On top of this, the office also maintains continuous cooperation with Rebmann Prendel Trapp Steuerberatungsgesellschaft (tax consultancy firm), PartnerschaftsG, AG Stuttgart, PR 720011, Talstraße 108, 70188 Stuttgart as well as with LSW GmbH Steuerberatungsgesellschaft, (tax consultancy firm), AG Stuttgart, HRB 724617, Schulze-Delitzsch-Straße 18-20, 71706 Markgröningen.
Avoiding conflicts of interest Their professional regulations (section 43a, par. 4 BRAO) do not allow barristers to represent conflicting interests. Before accepting a client, it will always be examined whether a conflict of interests exists.
Extra-judicial mediation In the case of disputes between barristers and their clients, there exists the option of extra-judicial mediation in the regional bar association (according to section 73, par. 2 No. 3 in conjunction with section 73, par. 5 BRAO) or with the Lawyers' Mediation Board at the German Federal Bar Association (section 191 et seq. BRAO). Additional information can be found on the website of the Federal Bar Association (Bundesrechtsanwaltskammer), or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.