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International Arbitration Comparative Guide
International Arbitration Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of Germany, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
Germany
18 Sep 2019
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The Prague Rules
The Prague Rules expressly encourage the arbitral tribunal to assist the parties in reaching an amicable settlement.
Germany
28 Mar 2019
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Maximizing Protection Of Attorney-Client Privilege In Germany
The Diesel-gate scandal has now affected attorney-client privilege in Germany. Several German courts approved a search of international law firm Jones Day's premises in Germany
Germany
21 Aug 2018
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Seizure Of Data And Documents In Internal Investigations In Germany – Status Quo And Conceptual Suggestions For An Investigations-Related Attorney-Client Privilege?
Irritations arose not only in Anglo-American countries, when public prosecutors and other authorities in Germany searched (cooperating)...
Germany
23 Jan 2018
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German Court Approves Disclosure Of Leniency Application And Confidential Version Of Commission Decision To Civil Court Reviewing Damage Claim
The German Higher Regional Court of Hamm ruled that a leniency application submitted by a cartelist may be disclosed by the public prosecutor to a civil court.
Germany
24 Mar 2014
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European Data Protection Law v E-Discovery Requirements Under US Law – How To Tackle The Dilemma
Data protection is antagonistically opposed to discovery: discovery promotes the disclosure of data whereas data protection is intended to prevent such disclosure.
European Union
8 Apr 2008
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