Dispute Resolution Germany in 2013 – Top Ten Posts

With the year end in sight, I looked back at what posts you read most in 2013. The three main categories that Dispute Resolution Germany covers – arbitration, litigation and mediation – are all represented. Investment arbitration emerges as THE hot topic, with four entries in the top ten. Arbitration in total accounts for seven posts. Here are the top ten posts:  Continue reading

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Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Enjoy the holiday season,
however and wherever you celebrate,

and have a terrific 2014!

The photo shows Aschaffenburg’s Schloss Johannisburg, built from 1605 to 1614 by the Archbishop-Elector (Kurfürst) of Mainz, Johann Schweikard von Kronberg.

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Art Law: A Procedural Proposal for the Gurlitt Art Find

Lorenz Kähler this week in Legal Tribune Online published a  proposal on how to overcome the procedural stalemate around the Gurlitt art find: On behalf of the potential owners of the art works found with Gurlitt, the Augsburg court should appoint a curator (Pfleger) on the basis of Sec. 1913 German Civil Code (BGB). Continue reading

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Germany’s Best Law Blogs – Call for Nominations

Johannes Zöttl, editor of kartellblog.de and a Jones Day anti-trust partner in his day job, is looking for Germany’s Best Law Blogs. Here is the link to his call for nominations – he was kind enough to include this blog. Have a look. The nominations provide an interesting overview of the German jurablog (German for blawgs) ecosystem. And there will also be an Oscar in the Best Foreign Blog category.

 

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