D- 42105 Wuppertal
Torgauer street 11
Legal form: Partnership with limited professional liability (PartG mbB)
Attorney at law Alexander Goldberg
Attorney at Law Michael Ullrich, LL.M. (Information Law)
Essen Local Court, PR 4837
Seat of the partnership is Wuppertal
Personally responsible for the internet presence and its contents:
Lawyer Alexander Goldberg, Friedrichstr. 51, 42105 Wuppertal, Germany
Sales tax identification number (USt-IdNr.): DE195520767
Membership Bar Association:
All attorneys (m/f/d) of GoldbergUllrich Rechtsanwälte PartG mbB are members of the Düsseldorf Bar Association, Freiligrathstraße 25, 40479 Düsseldorf, phone : 0211/495020, fax: 0211/4950228, e-mail: email@example.com, Internet: https://www.rak-dus.de.
Competent supervisory authority:
Düsseldorf Bar Association, Freiligrathstraße 25, 40479 Düsseldorf, phone : 0211/49502-0, fax: 0211/49502-28, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, Internet: https://www.rak-dus.de.
The professional title of the attorneys (m/f/d) of GoldbergUllrich Rechtsanwälte PartG mbB is in each case "Rechtsanwältin" or "Rechtsanwalt" and was awarded to the respective persons in the Federal Republic of Germany. A list of all attorneys (m/f/d) of GoldbergUllrich Rechtsanwälte PartG mbB can be found under the menu item Attorneys on our website.
The authority to use the title "Fachanwalt für gewerblichen Rechtsschutz" was conferred on Attorney Alexander Goldberg and Attorney Michael Ullrich, LL.M. (Information Law) in the Federal Republic of Germany in accordance with the provisions of the Fachanwaltsordnung(FAO).
The authorization to use the title "Specialist Lawyer for Information Technology Law (IT Law)" was awarded to Alexander Goldberg, Michael Ullrich, LL.M (Information Law) and Julius Oberste-Dommes, LL.M. (Information Law) in the Federal Republic of Germany in accordance with the provisions of the Specialist Lawyer Regulations(FAO).
Federal Lawyers' Act (BRAO)
Specialist Lawyer Regulations (FAO)
Professional Code of Conduct (BORA)
Lawyers' Remuneration Act (RVG)
Professional rules of the lawyers of the European Union (CCBE)
Law on the Activity of European Lawyers in Germany(EuRAG)
These laws and regulations are published in the Federal Law Gazette. They can also be obtained from the Federal Bar Association or the Düsseldorf Bar Association.
Avoidance of conflicts of interest:
Pursuant to Section 43a (4) BRAO, the representation of conflicting interests is prohibited by professional regulations. Before accepting a mandate, we therefore always check whether there is a conflict of interest.
Out-of-court dispute resolution:
In the event of disputes between attorneys and their clients, there is the possibility of out-of-court dispute resolution upon request pursuant to Section 73 (2) No. 3 in conjunction with Section 73 (5) BRAO at the Düsseldorf Bar Association or pursuant to Sections 191 ff BORA at the arbitration board of attorneys at the Federal Bar Association. The procedural rules are available at the Federal Bar Association.
Alternative Dispute Resolution pursuant to Art. 14 (1) ODR Regulation and § 36 VSBG:
The European Commission provides a platform for online dispute resolution (OS), which you can find at https://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/. We are not willing or obligated to participate in a dispute resolution procedure before a consumer arbitration board.
Professional liability insurance:
Lawyers (m/f/d) are required by the Federal Lawyers' Act (Bundesrechtsanwaltsordnung) to maintain professional liability insurance with a minimum sum insured of 250,000 euros. The details can be found in § 51 BRAO. For our attorneys (m/f/d), the pecuniary damage liability insurance is with: HDI Versicherung AG; HDI-Platz 1, 30659 Hannover, e-mail: email@example.com, Internet: https://www.hdi.de. The property damage liability insurance is valid for the entire territory of the European Union and the states of the Agreement on the European Economic Area.
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