a) Principles
You can use our website without providing any personal data. What happens, however, is processing the information provided by your Internet provider, including your IP address. The date and time of access to our website, as well as information about your computer or mobile device (e.g. smartphone), operating system and Internet browser, including the respective language settings, are stored. These data cannot be assigned to certain persons by us and are stored for a maximum of 3 months. They are processed exclusively to enable you to visit our website, as well as for statistical purposes.
For the above-mentioned analysis of the use of our website, some of the data is passed on to Google LLC (see also section 2).

b) Cookies
To facilitate your visit to our website, we use session cookies and permanent cookies. The so-called „session cookies“ are deleted after closing the Internet browser. The so-called „permanent cookies“ are valid for up to 24 months.
Cookies are small files that contain an identification number assigned by us. They are stored on your computer or mobile device when you visit the website. As soon as you visit our website again, your computer or mobile device can be „recognised“ by this number. These cookies facilitate the design of our website to your expectations / requirements and also facilitate navigation through our Internet presentation. It is basically possible for you to visit our website without cookies. However, a large number of Internet browsers automatically accept the cookies; if you do not agree, you must adjust the settings of your respective Internet browser (separately in each case).


a) Google Analytics
On our website we use the service „Google Analytics“ of Google LLC, 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway Mountain View, CA 94043, U.S.A.. This service analyses the use of our website and uses cookies (for an explanation of the term etc. see section 1 b). The associated information (such as your anonymized IP address) on our website is transmitted on our behalf to a server of Google LLC in the U.S.A., stored there and subsequently evaluated. The anonymisation of your IP address is achieved by Google LLC reducing your IP address within the European Union or in other contracting states of the European Economic Area (EEA). Please note that in exceptional cases your IP address may be transferred to a Google LLC server in the U.S.A. – and only then anonymized. The IP address transmitted by your browser in the context of Google Analytics is not merged with other Google LLC data.
Of course, you can object to the collection of your data by the Google Analytics service at any time. You have the following options:
You adapt the settings of your respective Internet browser (prevention of the use of cookies, see also section 1 b above).
You download and install the Google Analytics deactivation add-on available at the following link:
Additional information on the Google Analytics service used by us can be found on the following website „Google Analytics Help Privacy Policy“ from Google:

b) External links / hyperlinks to websites of other providers
Our website also contains hyperlinks to the websites of other providers and external links which, however, clearly differ from our own content. The sources/foreign contents do not originate from us and therefore we do not have any influence on the contents of these external pages of third parties. Therefore, it is also not possible for us to guarantee or guarantee neither the confidential respectful handling of your personal data nor the observance of the valid data protection conditions by this third party(s). The associated responsibility lies solely with the respective provider of the (linked) website.
We immediately remove affected links if we become aware of any illegal content of the external links or hyperlinks on our website. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions in this regard:


a) Collection, processing and use of personal data
Your personal data will also be protected in accordance with the legal provisions, in particular the Federal Data Protection Act (BDSG) and the Basic Data Protection Ordinance (DSGVO), with regard to your establishment of contact with us via the contact options provided by us. Your data will be treated strictly confidential.
The transferred personal data will be used exclusively for the establishment of contact and correspondence with you and stored for a maximum period of 6 months and deleted thereafter, provided that no permissible processing in the context of an order relationship follows. Your data will not be passed on to third parties.

b) Consent and your right of objection
In order to contact us via our contact form, you must declare that you agree to the collection, processing and use of your personal data for the purpose of establishing contact to the extent already mentioned. You make this declaration by clicking on the „Send“ button and the associated declaration of intent to transmit your request and your data via our contact form.
If you provide unsolicited data that includes information about racial and ethnic origin, political opinions, trade union membership, sex life/sexual orientation or health, ideological or religious beliefs/ideologies, you also consent to the electronic processing of such additional personal data. In this context, we would ask you not to provide us with such data.
You can of course object at any time to the future processing of your personal data for the purpose of handling the mandate without stating reasons. The objection is possible by e-mail. Upon receipt of your objection, your data will be deleted immediately. Any claims resulting from this are reserved.


Furthermore, you have the right to information about your stored personal data, as well as to correction, blocking or deletion of your data, and to a copy or receipt of your data in structured form. You may have to bear any administrative costs incurred (for copying or transferring data).
All rights summarized for you:

Art. 13, 14 DSGVO – Right to information
Art. 15 DSGVO – Right to information
Art. 16 DSBER – Right to correction
Art. 17 DSGVO – Right to cancellation („Right to oblivion“)
Art. 18 DSBER – Right to limitation of processing
Art. 19 DSGVO – Right of notification
Art. 20 DSGVO – Right to data transferability
Art. 21 DSGVO – Right of objection
Art. 22 DSBER – Automated decisions in individual cases including profiling
Art. 23 DSBER – Restrictions

Should you have any further questions on the subject of „data protection“, please feel free to contact us at any time at:


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