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Busse & Partner
Attorney Dr. Aliki Busse (Partner)
Attorney Judith Kowalski (Partner)
Attorney Diana Wieland
Tel. no.: +49 (0) 89/ 82 00 61 0
Fax no.: +49 (0) 89/ 82 00 61 11
VAT ID no. DE188800116
Busse & Partner is a partnership in accordance with the German Partnership Act, registered in the Partnership Register of the Local Court of Munich under number PR 67.
All attorneys are licensed under the laws of the Federal Republic of Germany and are members of the Munich Bar Association.
Tel. no.: 089 / 53 29 44 0
Fax no.: 089 / 53 29 44 28
Professional liability insurance:
R+V Allgemeine Versicherung AG
Mittlerer Pfad 24
The geographical scope includes geographical Europe.
The invoicing of our work either takes place on the basis of the Attorneys’ Compensation Law (RVG) or an individual compensation agreement. For a first oral consultation, an initial consultation fee of € 190.00 plus expenses and VAT is charged in accordance with § 34 RVG for consumers, unless a different amount is agreed by means of a compensation agreement.
The relevant professional rules for attorneys are:
Multidisciplinary activities / professional associations:
- Federal Attorneys' Act (BRAO),
Professional Code of Conduct (BORA),
- Specialist Attorneys’ Regulations (FAO)
- Attorneys’ Compensation Law (RVG)
- Professional rules of the attorneys of the European Union (CCBE)
The professional regulations can be accessed via the homepage of the German Federal Bar Association (www.brak.de) under the heading “Occupational law" in German and English.
The specified partners have joined forces in the form of a partnership for the permanent professional practice.
The representation of conflicting interests is prohibited for lawyers due to professional regulations (§ 43a Para. 4 BRAO). Before accepting a client, we therefore always check whether there is a conflict of interest.
For all disputes arising from or in connection with the client-attorney relationship, the district courts at the place of jurisdiction Munich I shall have exclusive jurisdiction, provided that the clients are merchants or legal entities under public law or the client has no general place of jurisdiction in Germany.
Extrajudicial dispute resolution:
In the event of disputes between attorneys and their clients, there is the possibility of extrajudicial dispute resolution upon application to the regional bar association in Munich (pursuant to § 73 Para. 2 No. 3 in conjunction with § 73 Para. 5 BRAO) or to the arbitration board of the legal profession (§ 191f BRAO) at the Federal Bar Association, to be found on the Internet via the homepage of the Federal Bar Association
), E-Mail: email@example.com
The EU Commission's platform for online dispute resolution can be accessed via the following link: www.ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr
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