areas of law

Here you will find an overview of the areas of law in which we specialize. If you have any questions, use the contact options below to get in touch with us.

Our law areas

Migration Law

The Migration Law includes citizenship law in addition to immigration and asylum law. It encompasses all of the immigrant`s legal provisions, in particular the entry and the residence. Immigrants are people who are not German according to the Article 116 sec. 1 of the German constitution, i.e. not having German nationality.

Passenger rights

Being specialists in the European Air Traffic Laws and Passenger rights, we enforce your claims for compensation for flight delays, flight cancellations and flight changes!

As part of our legal advice as Flight Delay Lawyers, we check your claims and valid ate the airline’s details with our real – time flight data and reference data from the Air Traffic Management System.

Tenancy law

Whether you are a landlord or a tenant or you are having any problems involving the rent or lease. We would be happy to advise you on all questions regarding the tenancy law!

At the beginning of almost every tenancy or lease, the parties do not pay attention to the disputes between the parties that may arise over time. We accompany you from the beginning of the rental until the end of the legal relationship by supporting you from the drafting of rental contracts to the assertion of your interests in court.

Criminal law

Attorney Zubair Khan knows your criminal procedural rights and will enforce them for you. Individually tailored to your personal situation and the accused offense, he creates the most effective defense concept and enforces it for you.

Administrative law

The term “administrative law” is a generic term for the right of state action in the field of public law. Administrative law regulates in particular the legal relationship between the state and its citizens. Essential principles of administrative law are the primacy of the law – no action against the law – the reservation of the law – no action without a law – and the principle of proportionality, according to which the administration must not interfere with citizens’ rights more than necessary.