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According to §6 MdStV/TDG:

HC Alignment Consulting GmbH
Karlstraße 19
63739 Aschaffenburg

Phone: +49 (0) 6021 580081
Fax: +49 (0) 6021 580082
E-Mail: info(at)

Managing Director:
Dr. Michaela Dabringhausen
Business Mediator (IHK)
Lecturer at University of
Applied Sciences Aschaffenburg

Registered in the Register of Commerce (Handelsregister AG) Aschaffenburg.
Register of Commerce no.: 9878
VAT no.: DE 252400884

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This website can be linked free of charge. We don't guarantee its completeness, topicality and correctness. Any liability is excluded.

Exclusion of liability:

1. Content of the online offer
The provider accepts no responsibility whatsoever for the completeness, the correctness the topicality, the quality and the sources of the information and offers made available. Further on, the provider doesn’t undertake liability whatsoever for damages resulted from the use of the information made available and of the offers included in this website. All offers are subject to change without prior notice and not binding. The provider particularly reserves the right to change, complete, delete the information and the offers or to stop the publication of information and offers without prior notice.

2. Cross-references and links
With the verdict from the 12th of May 1998 – 312 O 85/98 – “Liability for links” , the district court (LG) Hamburg has decided that making out links involves assuming the responsibility for the contents of the linked page. According to the court verdict this can only be prevented by expressly distancing oneself from those contents. Therefore Benjamin E. Jakob expressly distances itself from all contents of all linked pages on this server and does not adopt the contents of the linked pages.

3. Copyright and law of trademarks
The copyright for all objects created by the provider will remain ownership of the provider. Any use, change or reproduction requires the explicit consent of the provider. All used objects protected by copyright or by the law of trademarks  in favour of a third party are governed by the prevailing provisions of that third party.