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Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP
Frankfurt-based Litigation partner Michael Weigel and counsel Alexander Druckenbrodt published an article in Deutscher AnwaltSpiegel, reviewing the German Federal Supreme Court's January 26, 2016 judgement of File No. XI ZR 91/14.
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
The FSC expressly highlights that the scope of such monitoring duties will depend on the specific facts of the case.
Grooterhorst & Partner Rechtsanwälte mbB
Place of Jurisdiction – EU-Law – Brussels I Regulation – Product liability (Austria /Germany).
Lerners
The North American-style class action has largely been rejected throughout Europe.
Preu Bohlig & Partner
While disputes in the area of company law are regularly determined by arbitration tribunals, many companies fail to use this instrument for disputes involving commercial intellectual property law.
Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP
We have previously posted on the signficance of the international practice decisions by the Second and Eleventh Circuits’ decisions relating to validation procedures preventing Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act immunity.
DLA Piper
A recent decision of the OLG (High Court) in Frankfurt has clarified the requirements for the beneficiary of a foreign arbitration award to obtain an order for preliminary enforcement of the award against the assets of the losing party in Germany.
Mayer Brown
One of the most important advantages of arbitration, when compared to litigation, is supposed to be speed.
Bardehle Pagenberg Dost Altenburg Geissler
In recent years there has been a substantial increase in patent lawsuits before the German Courts. Many of these have been instigated by plaintiffs from the US, the UK and other European countries, and it is not unusual for the defendant party to also be non-German.
Herbert Smith Freehills
Bardehle Pagenberg Dost Altenburg Geissler
KPMG Germany
KPMG Germany
KPMG Germany
Wessing Berenberg-Gossler Zimmermann Lange
KPMG Germany
KPMG Germany
KPMG Germany
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Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP
Frankfurt-based Litigation partner Michael Weigel and counsel Alexander Druckenbrodt published an article in Deutscher AnwaltSpiegel, reviewing the German Federal Supreme Court's January 26, 2016 judgement of File No. XI ZR 91/14.
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
The FSC expressly highlights that the scope of such monitoring duties will depend on the specific facts of the case.
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