Imprint Häberer + Partner

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Häberer + Partner Attorneys at Law mbB

Otto-Schill-Strasse 4
04109 Leipzig

Phone +49 341 149 53 3
Fax +49 341 149 53 45

Partner according to PartGG

Frank Häberer LL.M., Franziska Hösel, Ronald Häberer LL.M. MBA

Register entry

Leipzig Local Court, PR 187

Supervisory authority

Saxony Bar Association
Glacisstrasse 6
01099 Dresden

Professional legal basis

Federal Lawyers' Act (BRAO), Professional Code of Conduct for Lawyers (BORA), Specialist Lawyers' Code of Conduct (FAO), Lawyers' Fees Act (RVG), Code of Conduct for Lawyers in the European Community (CCBE Code of Conduct).

The current versions of the professional and fee regulations are available online from the German Federal Bar Association:


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We do not guarantee that data or software provided for downloading on our Internet pages is free of errors. All data and software intended for downloading has been thoroughly checked by us for viruses. Nevertheless, we recommend that downloaded data or software be checked again for viruses using the latest virus search software. Consumer Dispute Resolution Act

Online dispute resolution

In the event of disputes over the execution of a contract for so-called online service contracts, consumers can also take advantage of new options for settling disputes out of court. Contracts that a lawyer concludes with a client who is a consumer via the lawyer's website or by other electronic means are online service contracts. In the event of disputes arising from such an "online lawyer contract", the consumer can therefore use the European Commission's online dispute resolution platform (ODR platform) for out-of-court resolution. The dispute resolution takes place out of court and exclusively online.

The European Commission provides an online dispute resolution platform that consumers can use to resolve a dispute and where further information on dispute resolution can be found.

Out-of-court dispute resolution

The competent consumer arbitration body within the meaning of Section 36 of the German Consumer Dispute Resolution Act (Verbraucherstreitbeilegungsgesetz) for property disputes arising from the client-lawyer relationship is the Schlichtungsstelle der Rechtsanwaltschaft, Rauchstraße 26, 10787 Berlin (

Häberer + Partner Rechtsanwälte mbB are willing to participate in dispute resolution proceedings at the arbitration board of the legal profession.

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