Patent and civil law attorneys Bock Bieber Donath
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Names of the attorneys:
  • Dr. Björn Bieber
  • Dirk Donath
Office address:

Patent- und Rechtsanwaltskanzlei
Bock Bieber Donath
Humboldtstr. 18
07743 Jena
Telephone:  +49 (0) 3641-21 96-0
Fax:  +49 (0) 3641-21 96-18
VAT-Identification Number: 162/188/03303
VAT-Number: DE 250 366 851

Additional information according to Section 6 no. 5 of the Telecommunications Services Act: The attorneys in this law firm are patent and civil law attorneys licensed in the Federal Republic of Germany and members of the

Patentanwaltskammer (Patent Bar)
Tal 29
80331 München


Rechtsanwaltskammer Thüringen (Thuringian Bar Council)
Bahnhofstraße 46
99084 Erfurt

The professional regulations are the Patentanwaltsordnung (Patent Attorneys Regulation) (BGBl. I 1966, p. 557, as amended by BGBl. I 2001, p. 3656) and the Berufsordnung der Patentanwälte (Professional Regulation of Patent Lawyers) (Mitteilungen der deutschen Patentanwälte 1997, p. 243 ff). The lawyers of the law firm are licensed representatives before the Office of Harmonization for the Internal Market (EUIPO,; European Trademark Attorney, European Design Attorney.

Patent attorney Mr. Bock is a licensed representative before the European Patent Office (EPA, - European Patent Attorney - and a member of the institute of the representatives registered at the European Patent Office (epi,

Procedures at the EPA are subject to the FICPI professional rules ( and the Code of Professional Conduct of the epi (epi-Information 2/2001, p. 75).

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