COMBINING LAW WITH EXPERTISE

We are lawyers who also work closely with other colleagues to offer you comprehensive advice. Our offices support businesses and private individuals right across Germany. We see ourselves as a law firm that is dedicated to serving each and every client individually and together developing constructive solutions to address the issues they are facing, calling on our expertise in other fields where necessary.


THE LAW FIRM

We will work to find solutions for you that we believe to be viable and, in particular, in your best interests. Our objective is to avoid disputes and arrive at cost-effective decisions. Should it nevertheless be necessary to conduct litigation, we will represent your interests consistently. We offer advice both on aspects of German law and in the event of international problems. We are authorised to represent you before both national courts and official agencies and at the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) and European Parliament, and will also represent you before arbitration tribunals. Where the issues we are addressing relate to different legal systems, such as the internationalisation of your property rights, we cooperate closely with foreign colleagues.


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LAWYERS


Hendrik Roloff (Radeberg)

H.Roloff

Lawyer
Specialist in employment law

Employment law (individual employment law, collective employment law, church employment law), agricultural law (leasehold law, corporate succession, corporate transformation), tenancy law (business tenancy law, residential tenancy law)

Brief résumé:

  • Vocational training leading to Abitur 1989-1992
  • Studied transport management at the TU Berlin
  • Studied jurisprudence at the University of Potsdam
  • Lawyer since 2000
  • Specialist in employment law

Memberships:

  • Deutsche Gesellschaft für Agrarrecht Vereinigung für Agrar- und Umweltrecht e.V.

Honorary positions:

  • Legal chairman of the Landesverband Sächsischer Imker e.V.

Annette Nitschke (Werder bei Berlin)

A.Nitschke

Lawyer
Specialist in family law

Property law, industrial property law

Brief résumé:

  • Abitur 1992
  • Studied jurisprudence in Potsdam
  • Periods abroad in London 1997
  • Lawyer since 2002
  • Specialist in family law since 2011

Mario Nitschke (Werder bei Berlin)

M.Nitschke

Lawyer
Specialist in industrial property law

Patent and trademark law, competition law, design law, copyright law, support in application and infringement proceedings, development of patent and trademark strategies, drafting of applications in the mechanical engineering sector especially

Also in cooperation with patent lawyer Manfred Kietzmann

Brief résumé:

  • Pre-degree course at the Fachschule für Werbung und Gestaltung, Berlin Oberschöneweide, 1989 – 1990
  • Start of apprenticeship as toolmaker leading to Abitur 1989-1990
  • Abitur at grammar school 1992
  • Basic military service 1992-1993
  • Studied jurisprudence in Potsdam from 1993, continued training in painting and graphic design at Jürgen Gerhard, Hohen Neuendorf / Oranienburg
  • Periods abroad in London 1996 and 1997
  • Lawyer since 2000, working in industrial property law ever since
  • Specialist in industrial property law since 2010
  • Member of the Technical Committee on Industrial Property Rights of the State of Brandenburg, vice-chairman and chairman of the committee
  • General manager of Markenverband Havelland-Werder e.V. Since 2010

Memberships:

  • GRUR - Gesellschaft für Gewerblichen Rechtsschutz [industrial property association]

Publications:

  • Applicability of competition law on the activities of non-profit organisations, particularly with regard to soliciting for donations: paper (in German) in Fundraising aktuell online no. 151/152 of 27.07.2007
  • Commemorative publication: 100 years of recorded lawyership in Brandenburg; admissibility of the use of qualifying professional titles; (in German), Spezialisten-Werbung, 2011, p. 90
  • Legal aspects of the protection of geographical indications pursuant to Regulation (EU) 1151/2012 in food industry networks – global, regional, European; Härtel; Nomos Verlag 2017, p. 125

Examples of major proceedings:

  • Collaborated in the proceedings for cancelling the German “Post” trademark at the German Patent Court (BPatG)
  • Represented the defendant in “Post” trademark infringement proceedings at the regional court (LG), higher regional court (OLG) and Federal Court of Justice (BGH) (input)
  • “Markensalz”, “Markenjodsalz” Union trademark invalidity proceedings at the EUIPO
  • “Tafel” Union trademark invalidity proceedings at the EUIPO, court of the European Union / European Court of Justice
  • Handled the patent application process for a leading technology in the water control industry
  • Handled the patent application process for a leading technology in the energy conversion industry


CONTACT

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Radeberg bei Dresden

Phone 03528 45 29 80

Envelope radeberg(ad)roloff-nitschke.de

Werder bei Berlin

Phone 03327 73 15 44

Envelope werder(ad)roloff-nitschke.de


DIRECTIONS


How to get to our offices in Werder and Radeberg:

Werder
Radeberg


LEGAL NOTICE

Werder bei Berlin

Lawyer Mario Nitschke
Specialist in industrial property law
Lawyer Annette Nitschke
Specialist in family law
Brandenburger Straße 143
14542 Werder
Tel: 03327 73 15 44
Fax: 03327 73 15 47
VAT ID no.: DE 21 31 75323
Contact: werder@roloff-nitschke.de


Radeberg bei Dresden

Lawyer Hendrik Roloff
Specialist in employment law
Pillnitzer Straße 6
01454 Radeberg
Tel: 03528 45 29 80
Fax: 03528 45 29 88
Contact: radeberg@roloff-nitschke.de

The lawyers are licensed to practise under the laws of the Federal Republic of Germany and are members of the bar asociations set out below.

Competent professional associations / supervisory authorities:

Werder:

Brandenburgische Rechtsanwaltskammer
Grillendamm 2, 14776 Brandenburg an der Havel
Telefon 03381/2533-0, Telefax 03381/2533-23
E-Mail: info-brb@t-online.de

Radeberg:

Rechtsanwaltskammer Sachsen
Glacisstr. 6, 01099 Dresden
Telefon 0351/31 85 90, Telefax 0351/3 36 08 99
E-Mail: info@rak-sachsen.de


The following codes of professional practice apply: Bundesrechtsanwaltsordnung (BRAO), Berufsordnung (BORA), Fachanwaltsordnung (FAO), Rechtsanwaltsvergütungsgesetz (RVG), professional regulations applicable to lawyers in the European Union (CCBE). Codes of professional practice



Professional indemnity insurance

Lawyer Mario Nitschke
HDI Gerling Firmen und Privat Vers. AG, Neumarkt 15, 66117 Saarbrücken. Scope: Europe-wide for law firms and offices established or maintained in the Federal Republic of Germany.

Lawyer Annette Nitschke
Generali Versicherung AG, Adenauerring 7 – 9, 81737 Munich, represented by AFB GmbH, Kaistr. 13, 40221 Düsseldorf.
Scope: Europe-wide for law firms and offices established or maintained in the Federal Republic of Germany. 

Lawyer Hendrik Roloff
Allianz Versicherungs–AG, 10900 Berlin.
Scope: Europe-wide for law firms and offices established or maintained in the Federal Republic of Germany.

Kanzlei


DATA PRIVACY STATEMENT

1. Information about the collection of personal data and identification of the provider

((1) We take the protection of your personal data very seriously. This Data Privacy Statement provides information on how we deal with information that is collected while you visit this website. Personal data are all data that relate to you personally, e.g. your name, email addresses and user behaviour.

(2) The service provider and responsible body (controller) within the meaning of data protection law is lawyer Mario Nitschke, Brandenburger Straße 143, 14543 Werder and lawyer Hendrik Roloff, Pillnitzer Straße 6, 01454 Radeberg, Germany. The rest of the information about the provider can be found in the legal notice.

2. Collection of personal data when browsing

(1) This website can only be browsed for information; it is not possible to log on or enter data on a contact form. As long as you do not send any information to the contact details set out in the legal notice, we will not collect any personal data with the exception of the data that your browser sends in order to enable access to the website (known as log files). The legal basis for doing so is point (f) of Art. 6(1) GDPR. These usage data are needed in order for the web page you access to be sent to your computer and displayed on it. They will be erased within 7 days of the web page being accessed. Log files are:

  • IP address
  • Date and time of the request
  • Time zone difference to Greenwich Mean Time (GMT)
  • Content of the request (specific page)
  • Access status/HTTP status code
  • Respective data quantity transmitted
  • Website from which the request is made
  • Browser
  • Operating system and its interface
  • Language and version of the browser software.

(2) The log files will also be used for statistical analysis and in order to improve the website. The legal basis for doing so is point (f) of Art. 6(1) GDPR. This enables us to identify possible errors such as faulty links, for instance. The IP address may in certain circumstances allow users of the website to be identified. However, we will not analyse the IP addresses recorded in the log files for this purpose. IP addresses will be analysed solely for statistical reasons and in anonymised form. We will store this information separately from any other data provided to us and will not associate it with your other data.

(3) No cookies will be stored on your computer, nor do we use any web analysis services or other web tracking functions. Our website does not have any social media plug-ins from social networks, as we do not have any influence on the extent of the data that a social network collects using a plug-in.

3. Data processing when and for the purposes of making contact

(1) In addition to use of our website purely for information, we offer legal services outside the internet that you are able to obtain if interested. In order to do so, you must normally provide further personal data that we will then use to perform the relevant service. If additional voluntary disclosures are possible, these will be marked accordingly.

(2) Personal data above and beyond the scope of section 2 of this Data Privacy Statement will only be collected if you make them available to us when sending emails, making enquiries by telephone or contacting us in any other way. We will then record the information that arises in the process of making contact. This includes in particular your name and transmitted contact details, the date and your reasons for making contact and the content of correspondence. The personal data we record concerning you will only be used for the purpose of providing the services or information you have requested (the legal basis being point (b) of Art. 6(1) GDPR) or for other purposes for which you have given your consent (the legal basis being point (a) of Art. 6(1) GDPR) and which are described in this Data Privacy Statement. Data not collected directly from you for the above purposes are obtained from various sources, including publicly accessible sources.

(3) When contact is made, your data will be stored for the purposes of dealing with your request and for the case that questions arise subsequently. The storage period is the duration of the statutory duty of retention, after which the data will be erased in accordance with section 7 (4) of this Data Privacy Statement.

4. Data security

(1) We take the measures required under Art. 32 GDPR to ensure data security, in particular to protect your personal data from risks in data transmission processes and from access by third parties. These will be adjusted to the current state of the art.

(2) We have commissioned a service provider to operate (host) the website. It will perform the data processing on our behalf. The service provider will only collect, process and use your data in accordance with our instructions. The undertakings given in this Data Privacy Statement apply for it to the same extent.

5. Right to object

(1) You can object to the processing of your personal data for advertising purposes at any time with effect for the future. The legal basis is point (f) of Art. 6(1) and recital 47 GDPR. This also applies for any related evaluation of certain characteristics, such as in data analysis. Objections to advertising can be made informally by sending an email to the contact details set out in the legal notice. There are no plans to process data for advertising purposes.

(2) You also have a right to object to processing for other purposes, following a balancing of interests, on grounds relating to your particular situation. The legal basis is point (f) of Art. 6(1) GDPR. This may be the case if the processing is in particular not necessary in order to fulfil a contract with you. If exercising such a right to object, please state the reasons why you do not want us to process your personal data. If your objection is legitimate, we will review the matter and will either cease or modify our processing of the data or set out our compelling legitimate reasons for continuing to process them.

6. Further information under GDPR

(1) This Data Protection Statement applies solely for our website. For your optimum information, our website may also contain links to pages of third parties. Where this is not immediately obvious, we will advise you that it is an external link. This Data Protection Statement does not extend to these other providers. When you leave this website, we recommend that you read the data privacy policy of every website carefully.

(2) The controller for the processing of your personal data is lawyer Mario Nitschke, Brandenburger Straße 143, 14543 Werder and lawyer Hendrik Roloff, Pillnitzer Straße 6, 01454 Radeberg, Germany. For further contact details please refer to the legal notice of the website.

(3) You have the right to demand information from us about the data we store, the right to have incorrect data rectified and processing restricted and the right to erasure where this does not conflict with any duty of retention. No right to erasure exists if further processing is necessary for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims.

(4) You have the right to data portability in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format in respect of the personal data concerning you that you have provided to us on the basis of consent (the legal basis being point (a) of Art. 6(1) GDPR) or for the fulfilment of a contract existing between us (the legal basis being point (b) of Art. 6(1) GDPR).

(5) If the processing of your data is based on consent (the legal basis being point (a) of Art. 6(1) GDPR), you have the right to withdraw consent at any time without prejudice to the lawfulness of the processing performed on the basis of consent until withdrawal. Withdrawal of consent has no effect in cases where permission is granted under relevant legislation.

(6) Data that you have provided to us for the fulfilment of a contract existing between us will be erased once the contract has been executed and the statutory retention periods (section 8 GWG, § 50 BRAO, section 147 AO) have elapsed unless storage above and beyond that period has been agreed or further processing of the data is necessary for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims.

(7) Log files will be erased within 7 days of the web page being accessed. Other data will only be stored for as long as this is necessary in order to achieve the purpose of storage. They may be stored for longer if this has been provided for by European or national legislators in Union regulations, laws or other provisions to which we are subject. As soon as the purpose of storage lapses or a specified storage period stated in the regulations expires, the personal data will be blocked and erased in the next regular cleaning run.

(8) We will pass your data on to our commissioned processor. We do not intend to send the personal data collected when you visit this website to a recipient in a third country or an international organisation.

(9) Data collected concerning you within the scope of a client relationship through communications from clients, opposing parties, representatives of opposing parties, courts, authorities or other third parties may also be sent to recipients in Switzerland (section 1 (6) sentence 1 of the German Data Protection Act, BDSG) and to recipients in other third recognised countries (adequacy decision of the EU Commission). In accordance with points (a), (c) and (d) of Art. 14(5) GDPR and section 29 (1) BDSG, we are not providing any further information in this Data Privacy Statement.

(10) You have the right to lodge a complaint with a data protection supervisory authority, such as the regional data protection commissioner responsible for us (Landesbeauftragter für den Datenschutz und für das Recht auf Akteneinsicht Brandenburg, Stahnsdorfer Damm 77, 14532 Kleinmachnow, Poststelle@LDA.Brandenburg.de) or the Saxony data protection officer (Sächsischer Datenschutzbeauftragte, Bernhard-von-Lindenau-Platz 1, 01067 Dresden, saechsdsb@slt.sachsen.de).

(11) We will update this Data Privacy Statement as and when necessary in response to changes in the content of the website and general changes in legislation.

Roloff Nitschke Anwaltssozietät, as at: April 2018


Kanzlei