Liability for content
Although the contents of our pages have been created with the utmost care we reserve the right not to be held responsible for the correctness, completeness and topicality of the contents.
Pursuant to §7, Para. 1 of the German Telemedia Act (TMG), as a service provider we are responsible under general law for our own content on this website. Pursuant to §§ 8 through to 10 of the TMG however, we are not responsible as a service provider to monitor transferred or stored information of third parties or to research circumstances that suggest an illegal activity. Obligations for the removal or barring of use of information in accordance with legal regulations remain unaffected under general law. Any liability in this respect is, however, only incurred from the moment that knowledge of the specific breach of law is obtained.
As soon as we become aware of a legal violation the content in question will be immediately removed.
Liability for links
Our offers contain links to third-party websites whose contents we have no influence over. As a result we cannot take liability for external content. The respective supplier or operator of external sites is always responsible for the contents of those linked sites. The linked pages were checked at the time the link was established for possible legal infringements and recognizable legal violations. Unlawful contents were not detected at the time of linking. Moreover, permanent control and monitoring of linked websites shall not be carried out without concrete indication of legal violation and is thus considered unreasonable. Upon notification of violation we will immediately remove those links.
The content and work on this website have been prepared by the operator of this website and shall be subject to German copyright law. The reproduction, processing, dissemination of any kind, and every type of utilization beyond the confines of the copyright law require the written consent of the respective author or creator.
Downloads and copies of this site are permitted for private non-commercial use only. Insofar the service provider has not compiled the contents of this site, the copyrights of third parties must be observed and third-party content will be made known.
If you should find however, a copyright infringement we ask you please to provide a link or refer directly to the infringement giving further details.
As soon as we become aware of a legal violation we will remove the content in question immediately.
Reporting office for informants
The commitment and joint, loyal actions of all employees are the basis of our success. This includes complying with legal regulations at all times. In order to meet this requirement, it is important for Communardo to learn of potential misconduct so that it can be remedied.
All employees, but also third parties such as our contractors, suppliers or partners, can report possible legal violations (whistleblowing) through our reporting point. We have placed this in the trusted hands of lawyer Robert Harzewski. All incoming reports are sent directly to him for further processing.
Your information will help us to uncover any misconduct towards employees and business partners, any criminal activities and any potential threat to our finances and image at an early stage and prevent further damage from occurring. This gives us the opportunity to address and resolve problems internally.
Your information will of course be treated in strict confidence and anonymously if you wish.