It is important to consider data transfer security especially when transferring data involved in legal issues. Our forms have the following security features:
|Data transfer via SSL (Secure Socket Layer)|
|We use the SSL Protocol which enables secure data transfer between server and web browser. Entering data on our forms is protected from unauthorised access. The SSL Protocol prevents third parties from accessing data transfer between your web browser and our online forms.|
|Transfer of data using PGP (Pretty Good Privacy)|
|Data entered on our forms is automatically sent to us by email. The data is encrypted and transferred using PGP so that unauthorized third party access is prevented. We de-crypt emails offline on our computers to ensure security.|
|Security using password protection|
use the form-entry with password it is generally not possible for the
transferred data to identify the sender – that is, the creditor. This is
because only a part of the password (which is only known to us) is
We issue and input usernames and passwords ourselves.
|Secure transfer of form data|
The form data you send to us
online is sent directly to our office. Data transfer only occurs between you
and the lawyer attorney assigned to your case. The form data you send is
received by an email account. After entering his or her username and
password, only your attorney has access to this data.
Form data is sent in several separate sections. As a result, it is not possible to access the data as a whole needed to issue a court order.
|Data kept in confidence|
All attorneys are bound to
act in your interest. They are required to keep your information in
confidence. According to the German law § 43a II BRAO, all attorneys are
sworn to secrecy. This applies to all information that becomes known to your
attorney in the course of working exercising his or her duties.
The obligation of holding information in confidence also applies to all attorney colleagues and legal assistants.
All information is presented to the best of our knowledge. We assume no responsibility for its correctness