Imprint and legal notice

Responsible in the definition of Sec. 5 TMG [German Telemedia Act]/55 RStV [German Interstate Broadcasting Treaty]:

Partners with power of sole representation:
Dipl.-Ing. Kristiana Engelmann
Thomas Weeg
Lbm.-Chem. Dr. rer. nat. Frank Deters
Dipl.-Phys. Dr. rer. nat. André Wischmeyer

Register of partnerships of the Local Court of Hanover
No.: PR 200337

Competent Chamber of Patent Attorneys: Chamber of Patent Attorneys, Im Tal 29, 80331 Munich, phone: 089 – 24 22 78 0

Competent Bar Association: Bar Association of Oldenburg, Staugraben 5, 26122 Oldenburg, phone: 0441 – 92 54 30

VAT ID No.: DE 117 666 422

Our attorneys are licensed in the Federal Republic of Germany and members of the aforementioned bar association and competent regulatory and supervisory authority.

Patent attorneys are subject to the following rules of professional law:
German Patent Attorneys’ Act (PAO), German Patent Attorneys’ Code of Conduct (BOPA), Rules of the Profession (FICPI), Code of Professional Conduct of the epi [source of regulations: homepage of the Chamber of German Patent Attorneys (PAK) in the “News” section:].

Lawyers are subject to the following rules of profession according to Sec. 5 TMG: German Federal Lawyers’ Act (BRAO), the Law on Lawyers’ Remuneration, the Rules of Professional Practice (BORA), the Code of Conduct for Lawyers in the European Community (CCBE rules of professional conduct), the Specialized Lawyers’ Act (FAO) and the Law Implementing the Directives of the European Community pertaining the professional law regulating the legal profession [sources of the regulations: homepage of the German Bar Association in the section “Information according to Sec. 5 TMG” at].

Under the Federal Lawyers’ Act, lawyers are required to maintain a professional liability insurance cover with a minimum sum insured of EUR 250,000. Details are defined in Sec. 51 BRAO.

The patent attorneys and lawyers of the Partnership Busse & Busse Patent Attorneys and Lawyers, and the partnership itself maintain their professional liability insurance with

R+V Allgemeine Versicherung AG
Taunusstraße 1
D-65193 Wiesbaden


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Data privacy statement

All persons named hereby object to any commercial use and dissemination of their data (cf. Sec. 28 BDSG [German Federal Data Protection Act]).

General information such as the retrieval of our web pages, the time and date are logged automatically by the server. This data is required for the analysis of the accesses made to our pages. This pertains to statistics such as the total number of visitors and page retrievals. In addition, technical data is stored for the optimization of our website, e.g. the internet browser you use, the time you have spent on our web pages, the pages you have called up on our site, the name of the domain from which you have been referred to our website or the IP address of your provider. Attribution of the data to you personally is not possible – it is assured that the data is stored anonymously.

Communication via e-mail

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Out-of-court dispute resolution

In case of disputes between lawyers and their clients, there is the possibility to file an application for out-of-court dispute resolution with the regional bar office of Oldenburg for the district of the Superior District Court of Oldenburg (Sec. 73 (2) no. 3 and (5) BRAO) and with the mediation office of the Federal Bar Association (Sec. 191 lit. f) BRAO). You can find information about this at the URL: The competent body for proprietary disputes arising from the client relationship is the mediation office of the Chamber of Lawyers, “Schlichtungsstelle der Rechtsanwaltschaft”, Neue Grünstraße 17, 10179 Berlin, website:

Special information on out-of-court dispute mediation for consumers

The platform of the EU Commission on online dispute resolution can be reached at the following link:

The partners of Busse & Busse Patent- und Rechtsanwälte Partnerschaft mbB are not willing to participate in dispute resolution procedures with consumers before a consumer mediation office or the mediation office of the Chamber of Lawyers.

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