Law Firm Ohlig
Lawyer Nadja Ohlig, LL.M.

Welcome to the website of the Law Firm Ohlig!
 
We have moved!
 
Since November 2017, you find our office in
Wilhelmshavener Straße 51, 10551 Berlin-Moabit
(close to subway station Birkenstraße).
 
As dynamic as the international and multicultural metropolis of Berlin is, as colorful and diverse are the legal relations at entrepreneurial and private level.

Company developments, innovative online presences, real estate investments, travel tours or private projects and conflicts often require competent and flexible legal support. This is what we would like to offer you .

Our legal focus:
 
Real Estate and Condominium Law, Estate Agents' Law, Rental and Lease Law • IT Law, Internet and Telecommunication Law • Travel and Air Passengers' Law, Tourism Law Contract Law, Law on Terms & Conditions • Business and Commercial Law, Startup Consulting.
 
Please find more information on our fields of law here.
 
Our clientele:
 
Our clientele consists mainly of small and medium-sized enterprises, freelancers, start-ups and individuals from Berlin, Brandenburg, Germany as well as from European and non-European countries.
 
Many of our clients put their longtime confidence in our firm. One emphasis of our law firm is on advising and representing international clients in English and French.
Our philosophie: 
 

The satisfaction of our clients is very important to us. We would like you to feel well taken care of in our law firm.
 
We set value on developping individuel solutions tailored to your specific legal requirements.
 
Our aim is to help your interests to succeed and to support your legal concern - be it through out-of-court or judicial representation, advising, drafting of contracts or through other measures appropriate to the actual case constellation.
 
Respect, trust and empathy with regard to the situation of business or personal interests are essential prerequisites for effective legal activity. In addition to legal aspects, also the economic and personal components of a case play a central role.

 
"If absolute justice is an illusionary goal, the path should be the goal." (Klaas Ockenga)