As an independent, owner-managed business law firm with strong roots in Germany, social commitment thoroughly belongs to our company’s philosophy as do economic actions and the fair treatment of our employees and business partners.
Cultural and social aspects.
Wherever BMT is active in Germany, we see ourselves as being interwoven with our environment. We exercise this obligation in multiple ways while being anchored in the respective regions. At practically all of our sites, we are proud of our larger or smaller art collections. With respect to this, we work with local galleries or curators. In individual cases, we have also supported cultural institutions in the finest neighbourly manner. Thanks to our tasks in the field of art law, something specially offered by our Berlin office, BMT has already been able to convert large art collections into charitable foundations on several occasions. In Berlin, we have on occasion even hosted art vernissages.
Büsing Müffelmann & Theye is highly committed to science. Scientific work is not only a decisive basic element of our daily work as lawyers. BMT also actively participates in legal discourse through publications and seminars and sees itself as a promoter of science.
In addition, BMT professionals at the various locations constantly pass on their experience in theory and practice through teaching assignments at colleges and universities.
Family and career.
We know very well about the effort and concentrated endurance that our legal staff contributes - and appreciate this commitment anew every day. One of the principles of Büsing Müffelmann & Theye is, "Those who work hard need time to recharge their batteries". At our company, a person needs his or her weekend - and that person shall receive it. We are open to flexible work time arrangements when, in individual cases, family-related situations demand this.
We are also particularly proud of the fact that many of our lawyers are also engaged in society's commitments. As part of their memberships in non-profit associations, expert groups, advisory boards, foundations and supervisory boards, they often assume responsibility in management functions.