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Information required under Section 6 of the German Telecommunications Services Act (Teledienstegesetz - TDG)

Provider
Dr. Joern Schaemann, LL.M.

Firm Address
Mauerstrasse 83/84
D - 10117 Berlin
Germany
Phone: [49] (0)30 24087890
Telefax: [49] (0)30 24087899
eMail: info@schaemann.com
Internet: www.schaemann.com

Statutory description of profession
The statutory description of profession of the lawyers employed by the firm is "Rechtsanwalt" ("attorney at law").

Admission to practice
The lawyers employed by the firm are admitted to practice before the District Court of Berlin and - in the case of Dr. Schaemann - also before the Regional High Court of Berlin, and are member of the Berlin Chamber of Lawyers (Rechtsanwaltskammer Berlin), Littenstraße 9, 10179 Berlin.

The following professional codes of practice and fee schedules apply:
The Federal Lawyers' Code of Practice (Bundesrechtsanwaltsordnung - BRAO)
The Professional Code of Conduct for Lawyers (Berufsordnung für Rechtsanwälte - BORA)
The Act on the Regulation of Lawyers' Fees (Rechtsanwaltsvergütungsgesetz - RVG)
The Schedule of Fees and Expenses (Kostenordnung - KostO)
The Professional Rules for Lawyers in the EU

The contents of these codes and schedules are published in the German Federal Law Gazette (Bundesgesetzblatt) or can be obtained from Lawyers' Chambers.

Responsibility under Section 6 subsection 2 of the German State Media Services Agreement (Mediendienstestaatsvertrag)
Dr. Schaemann is personally responsible for the website www.schaemann.com in the sense of Section 6 subsection 2 of the German State Media Services Agreement (Mediendienstestaatsvertrag).

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Disclaimer
The content contained in these pages is for information purposes only. We accept no liability for their completeness, correctness, or current-ness. They should not be taken as legal advice.

Lawyer-client relations are only created following written acknowledgment.