Legal information and disclaimer

Dr. Maier CSS GmbH & Co. KG i.L.
Am Sohlweg 6
76297 Stutensee
Fon: +49 7244 947-100
Fax: +49 7244 947-105

Management Board

Dr. Helmut Maier
Heidi Maier
Dipl. Wirtschafts-Ing (FH) Jochen Gührig

Responsible for the content of this website

Dr. Helmut Maier

Company registration

Handelsregister Mannheim HRA 10 4154
Steuer Nr. 34092/12502
Ust.ID: DE 143546166
DUNS Nr.: 34-419-5813
USA IRS ITIN: 98-1059598

General Partner
Dr. Maier CSS Verwaltungs-GmbH

Handelsregister Mannheim HRB 10 6636
Steuer Nr.: 34092/12510

Design, layout and production

Art Crash Werbeagentur GmbH
Weberstraße 9
76133 Karlsruhe

Picture credits

razihusin / ©


1. Limitations of liability
While the content of this website is created with the utmost care, the provider accepts no liability for the correctness, completeness and accuracy of the content provided. Use of the content of the website is entirely at the user’s risk. Bylined articles reflect the opinion of the author in question and do not necessarily concur with the opinion of the website provider. Mere use of the provider’s website does not constitute any contractual relationship between the user and the provider.

2. External links
This website contains links to external websites operated by third parties (“external links”). Liability for these websites rests with the operators in each case. Linked pages on this website were examined by the provider for possible breaches of the law at the time when the links were posted. No such breaches were found at that time. The provider has no influence over the current or future design or the content of these linked pages. Inclusion of external links does not constitute or imply any form of ownership of the linked content on the part of the provider of this website. Continuous monitoring of the content of external links by the provider is unfeasible and unreasonable unless there are concrete indications of a breach of the law. In that case the provider will immediately delete any such external links as soon as it becomes aware of the breach.

3. Copyright and intellectual property rights
The content published on this website is subject to German copyright and intellectual property laws. Any use of the content that represents a breach of German copyright and intellectual property law requires prior written permission from the provider or the owner of the copyright in question. This particularly applies to the duplication, editing, translation, storage, processing or reproduction of content in databases or other electronic media or systems. Content and rights held by third parties are designated as such. Unauthorized duplication or reproduction of individual items of content or complete pages is prohibited and punishable by law. Only the production of copies and downloads for personal, private and non-commercial use is permitted. Display of this website in external frames requires written permission.

4. Data protection
When users visit the provider’s website, the website may store information related to the users’ visit (date, time, pages visited). This information is not personal information but is stored in anonymized form. It is evaluated purely for statistical purposes and is not transferred to third parties for any commercial or non-commercial purpose. The provider expressly states that data transfer on the Internet (e.g. in email communication) may not be secure and cannot be fully protected from access by third parties. The usage of the contact details given in the Credits is explicitly forbidden, unless the provider has issued prior written approval or a business relationship is already in place. The provider and all persons named in this website hereby object to any and all commercial use or passing on of their details and other information.

You can find detailed information on data protection in our Privacy Policy.

5. Special provisions of use
Where specific provisions for individual use of this website deviate from Numbers 1 – 4 above, the provision in question expressly refers to the deviation. In this case the special provisions of use concerning the individual case in question apply.