The authorities in Germany have taken very extensive measures to contain the pandemic caused by SARS-CoV2 in Germany and to slow its spread. The development is dynamic. Many people are asking themselves: Are they allowed to do this and if so, to do it so comprehensively? What about our employees? How do I protect ourselves? Who will compensate for the losses that occur? Be sure to pay attention to the region for which an injunction applies! Initially, the responsibility lies with [...]
In the German Medical Journal (Deutsches Ärzteblatt 2020; 117(6): ) I deal with the question what to consider when buying a doctor's practice. It is not easy for a physician to start his own practice. There are not only numerous formal hurdles to overcome. As future entrepreneurs, doctors should also deal with financial figures and issues such as personnel and rent. Not to mention the question of where the patients come from. You usually don't learn this in your studies - [...]
Medical studies in Poland can be completed in German, English and Polish. German medical students use this for their medical degree in Poland. But will you then also receive your license to practice medicine in Germany? That is currently controversial. Because the German licensing authorities require proof of the final medical examination, the so-called "Lekarski Egzamin Koncowy", as well as proof of having completed the practical year, the so-called "Zaswiadczenie o ukonczeniu stazu podyplomowego" (postgraduate practical training). Licence to practise medicine [...]
What interested me in November 2019 – in IT law, in data protection law, in medical law and in rescue service law? You can find out here. […]
The legal profession is currently discussing a certified lawyer for data protection law. Does it need that, if there is nevertheless a certified lawyer for information technology right? Not in my opinion: Data protection is included with the certified lawyer for IT law. […]
How long can a dental approval procedure for foreign dentists take? This is where opinions differ. The approval procedure in Germany should not last longer than four months. That's what the law wants. However, the period only begins with the date on which all documents are available to the authorities. Does this also include the expert opinion as part of the equivalence test? Equivalence assessment - Regierung von Oberbayern According to the Government of Upper Bavaria, the deadline does not begin [...]
Innovations for foreign healthcare professionals. The Immigration of Specialists Act provides for accelerated procedures for approvals and recognitions from third countries in the future.