What You Read in 2012 – The Top Ten Posts

As the year comes to an end, I looked back at what posts were most popular in 2012. The top post was on Oracle v. Usedsoft, an ECJ landmark case on used software, and hence arguably somewhat “off topic” for this blog.

Litigation proper occupies the second, forth, sixth and tenth place, with posts on Third Party Litigation Funding: Movement in the German Marketplace, International Litigation and Arbitration Trends: A Survey of Surveys, a look at Germany’s Supreme Court Bar, and, finally, securities litigation: Frankfurt Courts Limit Scope of New Bond Act.

Investment arbitration features in third, fifth and seventh place, with Frankfurt Court of Appeals Upholds Arbitration Clause in BIT Arbitration: Eureko v. Slovak Republic, Transparency in Investment Treaty Arbitration and Atomic Arbitration on Vattenfall’s action against Germany.

Mediation features twice, with no. 8, German Mediation Act – Final Compromise and no. 9, How Lawyers Affect Mediation.

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