REEG Rechtsanwälte practices law in Germany.
Information pursuant to Sec. 5 German Tele Media Act (Telemediengesetz) and the Regulation on Service Information Requirements (Dienstleistungs-Informationspflichten-Verordnung) as well as Sec. 55 Para. 2 German Interstate Broadcasting Treaty (Rundfunkstaatsvertrag):
- VAT-Identification Number
- Applicable German occupational law
- Bar Admission
- Professional indemnity insurance
Registered Seat: Mannheim, AG Mannheim, PR 700217
Applicable German occupational law:
- Federal Lawyers' Act (BRAO-Bundesrechtsanwaltsordnung)
- Federal Lawyers' Code of Conduct (BORA-Berufsordnung für Rechtsanwälte)
- Specialized Lawyers' Regulation (FAO-Fachanwaltsordnung)
- Federal Lawyers' Remuneration Act (RVG-Rechtsanwaltsvergütungsgesetz)
- Code of Conduct for European Lawyers
- Act on the Activities of European Lawyers in Germany (EuRAG-Gesetz über die Tätigkeit europäischer Rechtsanwälte in Deutschland)
All lawyers at REEG Rechtsanwälte Partnerschaft mbB admitted within the German Federal Republic of Germany as lawyers (Rechtsanwalt) are members of the Bar Association of Karlsruhe (Rechtsanwaltskammer), located at Reinhold-Frank-Straße 72, 76133 Karlsruhe, Germany (Phone: +49 (0) 721/25 34 0, Fax: +49 (0) 721/26 62 7). The Bar Association of Karlsruhe also acts as competent supervisory authority.
Professional indemnity insurance:
REEG Rechtsanwälte Partnerschaft mbB has a professional indemnity insurance for its lawyers in line with Para. 51a BRAO and Para. 8 Sec. 4 PartGG.
The professional indemnity insurance is provided by Allianz Versicherungs-AG, Königinstraße 28, 80802 Munich, Germany. The territorial scope of the insurance coverage comprises legal advice in the European Union Member States and complies at least with the legal requirements pursuant to Sec. 51 of the Federal Lawyers' Act (Bundesrechtsanwaltsordnung).
Beyond that, the insurance coverage comprises legal advice rendered with regard to non-European countries and court representation at non-European courts in the event the liability claims would be considered justified pursuant to German laws and by a German court, the judgment of the foreign court is given in writing and the facts of the judgment can be taken - pursuant to German law - from the judgment deed itself.