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Infor­mation regarding the partnership pursuant to Sec. 5 of the German Telemedia Act (TMG) and Sec. 2 of the German Regulation on Service Infor­mation Requi­re­ments (DL-InfoV)

Name/Legal form: LUCID Weihe Preeg Schmoll Rechts­an­wälte Partner­schaft mbB
Seat and Regis­tration: Munich, Local Court (Amtsge­richt) Munich, PR 1903
Address: Kaiser­platz 2 | 80803 Munich, Germany | +49 (0) 89 4622 7322

Partners autho­rised to represent the partnership:

Dr. Lars Weihe, LL.M.; Oliver Preeg, LL.M.; Christian Schmoll, IT Law Specialist

Profes­sional liability insurance with EU-wide coverage is in place with AXA Versi­cherung AG, Colonia-Allee 10–20, 51067 Cologne, Germany.

VAT identi­fi­cation number: DE321598823


All lawyers of LUCID are admitted to practise in the Federal Republic of Germany.

The respon­sible regional bar association is Rechts­an­walts­kammer für den Oberlan­des­ge­richts­bezirk München, Körper­schaft des öffent­lichen Rechts, Tal 33, D‑80331 Munich, Germany (see

Appli­cable profes­sional rules and laws include the German Federal Lawyers‘ Act (Bundes­rechts­an­walts­ordnung), the Rules of Profes­sional Practice (Berufs­ordnung), the German Act on Lawyers‘ Fees (Rechts­an­walts­ver­gü­tungs­gesetz), and the Code of Conduct for European Lawyers. The above rules and laws can be found at under „Profes­sional Rules“ (Berufs­recht).


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Every effort has been under­taken to ensure the accuracy of any infor­mation and links on this website. However, any and all liability which might arise from your use of, or reliance on the accuracy of, the infor­mation or links contained on the website is excluded. The infor­mation on this website is general infor­mation and does not constitute legal advice.

Online Dispute Resolution platform and Consumer Conci­liation Proce­dures (Art. 14 para. 1 of the ODR-Ordinance and Sec. 36 German Consumer Protection Act)

The European Commission provides a platform for out-of-court dispute resolution (see

In Germany, the competent consumer conci­liation board for pecuniary claims resulting from a client relati­onship is the Lawyers’ Conci­liation Board (Schlich­tungs­stelle der Rechts­an­walt­schaft), Neue Grünstraße 17, 10179 Berlin (see

LUCID is generally willing to parti­cipate in proce­dures for dispute resolution before a competent consumer conci­liation board.

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This legal infor­mation and all issues and disputes regarding this website are governed by the laws of the Federal Republic of Germany.

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