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The responsible service provider for is:

Dr. Borbach Patentanwaltsgesellschaft mbH
Liebigstr. 51
60323 Frankfurt a. M. (Westend)

Registered in the Commercial Register:
AG Frankfurt am Main
under HRB 114488

Value Added Tax (VAT) ID: DE323223855

represented by the managing director Dr. Markus Borbach, patent attorney

Reachable under:
Tel.: +49 69-7167 5175
E-Mail: anfrage(at)borbach(dot)eu

Professional information
Dr. Borbach Patentanwaltsgesellschaft mbH is admitted as a patent attorney company by the German Chamber of Patent Attorneys.  The Patent Attorneys’ Association maintains a conciliation board to which clients can turn:

The Patent Attorneys’ Code of Conduct (PatAnwO) and the Professional Code of Conduct for Patent Attorneys (BOPA) and the Rules of Professional Conduct of the International Federation of Patent Attorneys FICPI apply:

There is a professional liability insurance with Zurich Insurance plc, Postal address: 53287 Bonn

The insurance cover does not apply to liability claims arising from activities in connection with consulting and dealing with non-European law and from activities before non-European courts.

Information and liability
We have made every effort to ensure the accuracy of the information contained on these web pages and the linked web pages (videos). However, any liability in connection with the use of the information is excluded. The provision of the information does not constitute legal advice.

The legal information on this site as well as all questions and disputes in connection with this website are subject to the laws of the Federal Republic of Germany.

Dr. Markus Borbach is also a member of the Institute of Professional Representatives before the European Patent Office:
and lecturer at the Robert Schuman University, Strasbourg:

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