Imprint

Competent service provider:

Rechtsanwalt Carl Alexander Barthel

E-Mail: mail@carlbarthel.de
Internet: www.carlbarthel.de

USt-IdNr.: DE226821249

Cologne office

Richard-Byrd-Straße 18
50829 Köln
Germany
Phone: +49 (0) 221 / 70 90 30 – 0

Bergheim office

Kölner Straße 15
50126 Bergheim
Germany
Phone: +49 (0) 2271 / 56766 – 0

Carl Alexander Barthel and all other lawyers at the firm hold the statutory professional title of “Rechtsanwalt” or “Rechtsanwältin” (lawyer). These titles were awarded in the Federal Republic of Germany. The competent supervisory authority is:

Rechtsanwaltskammer Köln (Cologne Chamber of Lawyers)
Riehler Straße 30
50668 Köln
Germany

Global professional liability cover:

HDI Gerling Firmen und Privat AG
Riethorst 2
30659 Hannover
Germany

Data protection supervisor:

Olga Moissyn, expert for data protection

In all pecuniary law matters arising from the client relationship it is possible to participate in a dispute settlement proceeding before the competent consumer dispute settlement authority – Profession of lawyers’ conciliation body in Berlin, Rauchstraße 26, 10787 Berlin, http://www.s-d-r.org. We are basically willing to attend in dispute settlement proceedings.

Platform of the EU for extrajudicial online dispute resolution: http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/

The applicable professional standards, available from the Bundesrechtsanwaltskammer (German Federal Chamber of Lawyers), are as follows:

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