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Mandatory information sec.2 para. 1 Art. 1l DL-Info V
According to the Federal Lawyer‘s Act, Lawyers are obliged to hold professional indemnity insurance with a minimum limit of 250.000 € per occurrence and 4 times aggregated per year.
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Federal Lawyers’ Act (BRAO)
Professional Code (BORA)
The Specialist Lawyers‘ Regulations (FAO)
Code of Conduct of the Council of the Bars and Law Societies of the European Union (CCBE)
Access to these professional regulations can be made on the homepage of the German Chamber of Lawyers (www.brak.de) under the column Professional Law.
Representation of conflicting interests
According to professional regulations (sec. 43a Para. 4 BRAO), lawyers are prohibited from representing conflicting interests. This must therefore be verified before accepting a client.
In the case of disputes between lawyers and their clients it is possible to apply for an out-of-court settlement with the Stuttgart Chamber of Lawyers (in accordance with sec. 73 Para. 2 No. 3 with sec. 73 Para. 5 BRAO) or with the dispute settlement body of the Federal Chamber of Lawyers (sec. 191f BRAO). This can be found on the Federal Chamber of Lawyers’ internet website (www.brak.de), or by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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