Prinz Rechtsanwälte PartG mbB
General email address:
+49 40 413 2000
+49 40 450 5368
Partnership with limited professional liability acc. to Partnership Companies Act (PartGG)
401 East 60th Street, Suite 6E
10022 New York
Partners authorized to represent
Prof. Dr. Matthias Prinz LL.M., Dr. Diana Grün LL.M., Stephan Mathé, MBA
Registered in partnership register
Registry court: District Court Hamburg
Registry number: PR 1214
Job title and rules of professional conduct
All lawyers are admitted as „Rechtsanwalt” resp. „Rechtsanwältin“ in the Federal Republic of Germany. Prof. Dr. Matthias Prinz LL.M. is also admitted to the New York bar.
The lawyers are liable to the following rules of professional conduct
Federal Lawyers’ Act (BRAO),
Professional Rules for Attorneys (BORA),
Specialist Lawyers Act (FAO),
Lawyers’ Remuneration Act (RVG),
Rules of professional conduct for lawyers of the European Union (CCBE) and the
Law regulating the activity of European lawyers in Germany (EuRAG).
These and other rules of professional conduct can be found on the website of the Federal Chamber of Lawyers (BRAK) below „Berufsrecht“ (www.brak.de/fuer-anwaelte/berufsrecht).
*PrinzLaw LLP is a registered limited liability partnership organized and existing under the laws of the State of Delaware, United States of America, whose principal place of business is at 401 East 60th Street, Suite 6E, New York, NY 10022.
Competent supervisory authority and professional association
Hanseatische Rechtsanwaltskammer Hamburg
+49 40 357 441 0
+49 40 357 441 41
The US supervisory authorities of the respective states are responsible for the attorneys admitted to the bar in the federal states: New York: Unified Court System, Office of Court Administration, 25, Beaver Street, New York, N.Y. 10004, courts.state.ny.us
Value added tax identification number
Professional liability insurance
Zurich Insurance plc NFD, 53287 Bonn
Territorial validity: European Union
Responsible for the content acc. to § 18 Abs. 2 MStV (Interstate Media Treaty)
Prof. Dr. Matthias Prinz
The European Commission provides a platform for online dispute resolution (OS): ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr
We are not legally bound to participate in a dispute resolution procedure of a consumer arbitration board and are generally not willing to do so.