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Acknowledgements:

We would like to thank you for your kind support in creating the imprint:
Attorney at Law Prof. Dr. Klaus Sakowski (www.sakowski.de),

Main areas of activity: Computer and online law, commercial law as well as:
Attorney at Law and Civil Engineer Sebastian Heene (www.justitia.com),
Main areas of activity: Architectural and engineering law, civil building law, employment law.

Responsible for the presentation is (provider according to § 5 TMG, §§ 6, 10 MDStV):

Dr. Johannes Fiala
Attorney at Law Dr. Johannes Fiala,
MBA (England), MM (Federal Republic of Germany)

Phone: +49 (0)89 / 17 90 90 – 0
Skype: Dr. Johannes Fiala PhD
Fax: +49 (0)89 / 17 90 90 – 70
E-Mail: info(at)fiala.de

(USt-ID: DE130282966)

responsible editor:
Attorney at Law Dr. Johannes Fiala

Editorial office address:
Fasolt-Straße 7
80639 Munich
E-Mail: info(at)fiala.de

Youth Protection Officer (§ 12 V MDStV, ƒ 7 a GjSM):

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Justitia – Stockphoto – seb_raistockphoto.com

Judge’s hammer, scales of justice and law books – Stockphoto – BrianAJacksonistockphoto.com

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Professional legal information

Service provider i. S. d. § Section 5 (1) No. 1 TMG :
Attorney at Law Dr. Johannes Fiala, De-la-Paz-Str. 37, 80639 Munich, Germany

Contact i. S. d. § Section 5 (1) No. 2 TMG :
Phone: +49 (0)89 / 17 90 90-0, Fax +49 (0)89 / 17 90 90-70, E-Mail: info(at)fiala.de

Supervision, § Section 5 (1) no. 3 TMG :
Bar Association for the Higher Regional Court District of Munich, Tal 33, 80331 Munich, www.rechtsanwaltskammer-muenchen.de

Value added tax identification number, § Section 5 (1) No. 6 TMG :
DE 130 282 966

Professional title, § Section 5 (1) No. 5b TMG :
Rechtsanwalt (awarded in the Federal Republic of Germany), RA Dr. Johannes Fiala at the same time Master of Business Administration (awarded in Wales, Cardiff) and Master of Mediation (awarded in the Federal Republic of Germany).

Professional legal regulations, § Section 5 (1) No. 5c TMG :

  • Federal Lawyers’ Act (BRAO),
  • Professional Code for Lawyers (BORA),
  • Specialist Attorney Regulations (FAO),
  • Lawyers’ Fees Act (RVG),
  • Rules of Professional Conduct of Lawyers in the European Community (CCBE),
  • Law on the activities of European lawyers in Germany (EuRAG),
  • The Federal Lawyers´Act,
  • Law Implementing the Directives of the European Community pertaining to the professional law regulating the legal profession,
  • Anti-Money Laundering Act (GwG): Internal security measures – Order of the Federal Bar Association according to § Section 9 (4) sentence 2 GwG (BRAK-Mitt. 2009, 21 f.),
  • Recommendations for lawyers with regard to the provisions of the Anti-Money Laundering Act (GwG) and money laundering, § 261 StGB,
  • List of equivalent third countries by §§ 5 para. 2 no. 1 and 3 6 paragraph 2 no. 2, 7 paragraph 1 and 12 para. 1 no. 2 and 4 MLA and Summary record,
  • Guidelines of the Austrian Bar Association, to be read at www.brak.de
  • Tax Consultancy Act (StBerG),
  • Implementing Regulation (DVStB),
  • Tax consultant fee regulation (StBGebV),
  • Professional code of conduct of the Federal Chamber of Tax Consultants (BOStB),
  • Technical adviser order, to read up under www.steuerberaterkammer-muenchen.de
  • Auditors’ Code (WPO),
  • Public Accountant Act (WPO),
  • Auditor Professional liability insurance regulation (WPBHV),
  • Ordinance on the Auditing of Auditors (WiPrPrüfV),
  • Ordinance on the Crediting of Auditors’ Exams (WPAnrV),
  • Professional statutes for auditors/sworn auditors (BS WP/vBP),
  • Statutes for quality control,
  • Rules of Procedure Special investigations irrespective of the cause,
  • Directive 2006/43/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of May 17th 2006 (Statutory Audit Directive),
  • Recommendation of the EU Commission of May 6th 2008 on external quality assurance for statutory auditors and audit firms that audit public interest entities
  • Recommendation of the EU Commission of June 5th 2008 on the limitation of the civil liability of statutory auditors and audit firms. Read more at www.wpk.de.

Editor's note

In publications we usually use the masculine form of personal names for reasons of reading flow. In principle, this refers to both men and women, if the content is appropriate.