Address and contact:
Baumgartner Baumann Rechtsanwälte PartmbB
T +49 (0) 89 693149550
F +49 (0) 89 693149559
Dr. Ulrich Baumgartner, LL.M.
Dr. Johannes Baumann
Registration: District Court Munich, PR 2135
VAT identification number: DE336264082
Details on professional liability insurance: Liberty Mutual Insurance SE / Territorial Scope: Europe
Admission/Regulatory Body/Code of Professional Conduct
All lawyers working at Baumgartner Baumann Rechtsanwälte PartmbB are admitted to the bar in the Federal Republic of Germany and members of the bar association for the district of the Higher Regional Court of Munich (Tal 33, 80331 Munich). Applicable professional regulations include inter alia the German Federal Lawyers' Code (Bundesrechtsanwaltsordnung, BRAO), the Rules of Professional Practice of Lawyers (Berufsordnung für Rechtsanwälte, BORA), the German Act on Lawyers' Fees (Rechtsanwaltsvergütungsgesetz, RVG), the Code of Conduct for European Lawyers (Berufsregeln der Rechtsanwälte der Europäischen Union, CCBE) and the Money Laundering Act (Geldwäschebekämpfungsgesetz, GwG). These regulations can be found on the website of the Bundesrechtsanwaltskammer at www.brak.de under "Für Anwälte – Berufsrecht".
The European Commission has established an internet platform for online dispute resolution (so called “ODR platform“). You can get to the ODR platform by following the link: http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr
We are neither willing nor obliged to participate in alternative dispute resolution proceedings before a consumer arbitration tribunal.
Website development and corporate design: Amadeus Fronk, www.amadeusamadeus.de
1. NAME AND ADDRESS OF THE CONTROLLER
Baumgartner Baumann Rechtsanwälte PartmbB, Richard-Wagner-Str. 9, 80333 Munich, firstname.lastname@example.org
2. PROVISION OF THE WEBSITE AND LOG FILES
2.1 Description and scope of the data processing
With every visit to our website, our webserver automatically records information from the system of your computer or device. In so doing, we collect the following data:
information about the type of browser and the version used, the operating system of the device, the internet service provider, the IP address, date and time of access, the previous website from which you arrived on our website
2.2 Purposes of the data processing, legal basis and duration of storage
The collection of the data listed above is necessary to enable you to use our website. In addition, this data allows us to optimise the website and to ensure the security of our IT systems (e.g. recognition of attacks). The legal basis for the collection of this data is Art. 6(1)(f) GDPR (legitimate interest). Our legitimate interest is the provision of our website. The aforementioned personal data will be erased after the end of the website usage.
3. CONTACT VIA E-MAIL
3.1 Description and scope of the data processing
You can contact us through the e-mail addresses provided. In this case we process the personal data transferred with the contact request.
3.2 Purposes of the data processing, legal basis and duration of storage
The processing of personal data solely serves the purpose of allowing us to handle your contact request and communicate with you. The legal basis for the collection of this data is Art. 6(1)(f) GDPR (legitimate interest). Our legitimate interest is the communication of our company with you at your request. The personal data which you have sent to us via e-mail will be erased after the matter in question has been fully resolved and providing there is no other legal basis for the processing.
4. Google Maps
4.1 Description and scope of the data processing
On our website we use the maps service "Google Maps" from Google Ireland Limited, Gordon House, Barrow Street Dublin 4, Ireland (“Google”). Google Maps is a web service for the display of interactive maps, by means of which we can display interactive maps to you directly on the website. Upon accessing our website, your IP address is sent to the servers of Google. This may also result in transmission to the servers of Google LLC in the USA.If you are logged into your Google account, your data could potentially be attributed to your Google account. Please log out of your Google account if you do not wish for this attribution to your Google account to take place.
4.2 Purposes of the data processing, legal basis and duration of storage
The processing of your IP address takes place for the purpose of enabling you to comfortably use the maps function. The legal basis for the collection of this data is Art. 6(1)(f) GDPR (legitimate interest). Our legitimate interest is the provision of a user-friendly website.
For the provision of our website we use service providers which gain access to your data in the course of the provision of their services. Service providers in this sense are our webhosting provider and Google for the provision of the maps service Google Maps (see above).
6. YOUR RIGHTS AS A USER OF OUR WEBSITE
If your personal data is processed, you are a "data subject" within the meaning of the GDPR. You have the following rights in relation to us, provided that the prerequisites of the rights named hereafter are fulfilled.
6.1 Your rights
You have the right to receive information about the personal data which we have stored relating to you (Art. 15 GDPR), the right to rectification (Art. 16 GDPR), to erasure (Art. 17 GDPR) and to restriction of the processing of your personal data (Art. 18 GDPR). In addition, you are entitled to exercise your right to data portability (Art. 20 GDPR).
6.2 Right to object
You have the right to object to the processing of the personal data relating to you which occurs pursuant to Art. 6(1)(e) or (f) GDPR at any time. Providing we are not legally obliged or entitled to continue processing your personal data, we will no longer process your personal data (Art. 21(1) GDPR).If you object to the usage of your data for the purposes of direct marketing, we will no longer process the personal data relating to you for these purposes (Art. 21(2) GDPR).
6.3 Notice of the right to complain to a supervisory authority
You have the right to complain to the competent supervisory authority at any time if you are of the view that a processing operation undertaken by us breaches data protection law.