Information according to sec. 5 TMG: Law Firm Dr. Thomas Müller Attorney-at-law Dr. Thomas Müller Specialist Attorney for commercial and corporate law Business Mediator (MuCDR)

Law Firm Headquarters: Cuvilliésstr. 25 81679 Munich Germany Phone: +49 89 21529247 Fax: +49 89 21529323

Law Firm branch office:
Guttenburger Str. 34
84559 Kraiburg am Inn
Phone: +49 8638 9512660
Fax: +49 8638 9518768
Mobile: +49 170 2376006 E-mail:

Sales tax ID: DE323994163 Responsible for the content according to sec. 18 of the State Media Treaty: Attorney-at-law Dr. Thomas Müller (address as above). Professional law: Regulations: For lawyers admitted to the bar in Germany, the relevant professional regulations are, in particular, the Federal Code for Lawyers (BRAO), the Professional Code for Lawyers (BORA), the Lawyers' Remuneration Act (RVG), the Specialist Lawyers' Code (FAO), the Professional Rules for Lawyers of the European Community (CCBE) and the Law regulating Activities of European Lawyers in Germany (EuRAG). These are available at or on the website of the Federal Bar Association at Chamber membership: Dr. Thomas Müller is admitted to the German Bar and is a member of the Bar Association for the Higher Regional Court District of Munich, Tal 33, 80331 Munich, telephone: 089/53 29 44-0, fax: 089/53 29 44-28, e-mail: info(at)
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