Germany’s Best Law Blogs 2015 – Call for Nominations

Johannes Zöttl, editor of kartellblog.de and a Jones Day anti-trust partner in his day job, is again looking for Germany’s Best Law Blogs. Here is the link to his call for nominations. Have a look: The nominations provide an interesting overview of the German jurablog (German for blawgs) ecosystem, so check out the website! This blog has already been nominated in the litigation/mediation category. It came second last year. This year, I expect strong competition from the new kid on the block, zpoblog.de, so please keep me in mind and vote when the poll is open!

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Germany’s Best Lawblogs – Poll Closes Tomorrow!

Dispute Resolution Germany has been nominated in the Litigation and Mediation Category of Johannes Zöttl’s Beste Jurablogs 2014 poll. Voting is open until January 31, 2014. Please take a couple of minutes to vote and to have a look at the nominees – a great overview of the German blawg scene. Alongside the domestic categories, there is an Oscar for the Best Foreign Blawg (Sonderpreis Ausland), where the nominees include Ted Folkman’s Letters Blogatory and the Kluwer Arbitration Blog. Have fun!

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Germany’s Best Law Blogs – Voting Now Open!

Dispute Resolution Germany has been nominated in the Litigation and Mediation Category of Johannes Zöttl’s Beste Jurablogs 2014 poll. Voting is open until the end of January 2014. Please take a couple of minutes to vote and to have a look at the nominees – a great overview of the German blawg scene. Alongside the domestic categories, there is an Oscar for the Best Foreign Blawg (Sonderpreis Ausland), where the nominees include Ted Folkman’s Letters Blogatory and the Kluwer Arbitration Blog. Have fun!

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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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