“Law Made in Germany” Symposium, Frankfurt, September 4, 2014

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Law Made in Germany is an initiative to promote the use of German law in international commercial contracts. This initiative is largely a reaction to a similar initiative of the Law Society in England & Wales.

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Upper Chamber of German Parliament Against Investment Arbitration in US/EU TTIP

In today‘s session, the Upper Chamber (Bundesrat) of the German parliament discussed the state of the current negotiations of a Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP)  between the European Union and the United States. In that context, several federal states tabled a resolution, which spoke out against the use of investment arbitration in the treaty. The resolution was adopted. In its relevant part, it reads as follows: Continue reading

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zpoblog.de

I would like to alert those who read German amongst this blog’s audience to Benedikt Meyer’s zpoblog.de. The blog went live in March 2014, and covers the “world of civil procedure”. zpoblog.de is a highly welcome addition to the German blawg community. Benedikt Meyer is a judge in the district of the Court of Appeals (Oberlandesgericht)  in Oldenburg. I hope he keeps up the good work!

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Conference on Minimum Standards in European Civil Procedure, Wiesbaden, November 14 and 15, 2014

Professor Matthias Weller of the EBS Law School is the co-organizer of a conference on Minimum Standards in European Civil Procedure – The Basis für Mutual Trust which will take place at the EBS Campus in Wiesbaden on November 14 and 15, 2014. Continue reading

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