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BLANKE MEIER EVERS
Rechtsanwälte in Partnerschaft mbB
Partnership with limited professional liability
Amtsgericht Bremen, PR 233
DE 192 683 366
Dr. Gernot Blanke, Dr. Klaus Meier, Dr. Volker Besch, Dr. Olaf Lampke, Dr. Andreas Hinsch, Dr. Thomas Heineke, LL.M, Dr. Jochen Rotstegge, Lars Wenzel und Rainer Heidorn
All lawyers of the law firm of BLANKE MEIER EVERS mentioned on this website have been admitted as lawyers in the Federal Republic of Germany and are members of Hanseatic Chamber of Lawyers Bremen (Hanseatische Rechtsanwaltskammer Bremen; www.hrak-hb.de).
Members of our law office adhere to the following professional rules:
The above-mentioned standards and regulations are published on the website of the Federal Chamber of Lawyers (Bundesrechtsanwaltskammer; www.brak.de): here.
Under Sec. 51 of the Federal Lawyers’ Act (Bundesrechtsanwaltsverordnung – BRAO), lawyers are obligated to hold professional liability insurance. Our professional liability insurance is provided by HDI Versicherung AG, HDI Platz 1, 30659 Hannover, Germany. The geographical scope of the insurance protection includes operations in Germany and other European countries as well as worldwide. The insurance protection does not include liability claims made on basis of operations of offices or law firms established or operated abroad. The geographical scope satisfies the requirements of the regulations stipulated under Sec. 51 BRAO.
In case of disputes between lawyers and their clients there is in principle upon request the possibility of an out-of-court dispute resolution at the regional bar association (according to section 73 para. 2 no. 3 in connection with section 73 para. 5 of the Federal Lawyers' Act – BRAO) or at the mediation body of the Federal Bar Association (section 191f BRAO), which can be found via the website of the Federal Bar Association (www.brak.de) or via e-mail (schlichtungsstelle[at]brak.de).
BME is neither willing nor obliged to participate in (such) dispute resolution proceedings at a mediation body for consumers.