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KINAST Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH
Attorneys at Law (Germany)
Hohenzollernring 54
D-50672 Cologne, Germany

Phone: +49 (0)221 – 222 183 – 0
Fax: +49 (0)221 – 222 183 – 10
Email: mail@kinast-partner.com
Web: http://www.kinast-partner.com

You can find additional branches of our law firm here.

Authorized representatives:
Dr. Karsten Kinast, LL.M., attorney at Law (Germany)
Helge Kauert, LL.M., attorney at Law (Germany)

Register of companies: District Court Cologne (HRB 93272)
Seat of company: Cologne
VAT ID: DE316516347

The professional designation of “attorney at Law (Germany)” was granted after the candidates had passed the second legal State Examination and after a special approval process by the respective local bar association, on the basis of statutory German Federal standards.

KINAST Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH and our attorney at Law (Germany) Dr. Karsten Kinast are member of the
Cologne Bar Association [Rechtsanwaltskammer Köln]
Riehler Straße 30
50668 Cologne, Germany
Phone: 0221/97 30 10-0
Fax: 0221/97 30 10-50 (or -55)
Email: kontakt@rak-koeln.de
Web: http://www.rak-koeln.de

Our attorney at Law (Germany) Helge Kauert is member of the
Munich Bar Association [Rechtsanwaltskammer München]
Tal 33
80331 Munich, Germany
Phone: 089/53 29 44-0
Fax: 089/53 29 44-28
Email: info@rak-muenchen.de
Web: http://www.rak-muenchen.de

Our attorneys at Law (Germany) are subject to the current versions of the following labor-law regulations:

  • BRAO – German Federal Lawyers’ Act dated 8/1/1959 (BGBI. I 1959, 565)
  • RVG – Lawyers’ Compensation Act dated 7/26/1957 (BGBI. I 1957, 861, 907)
  • BORA – Code of Conduct for Lawyers, version dated 5/1/2002
  • FAO – Specialist Lawyers’ Regulations
  • CCBE – Code of Conduct for Lawyers in the European Union
  • EuRAG – Law Governing the Activities of European Lawyers in Germany (BGBI. I 182)

As attorneys at Law (Germany), we are obligated by the German Federal Lawyers’ Act to maintain professional liability insurance for our services and activities. At a minimum, this professional liability insurance applies to services in the member states of the European Union.