Arbitration

German Arbitration Law (1877-1933) Examined under Consideration of the Geneva Convention 1923 and 1927 and Legislation of the Supreme Court of the German Reich

York Zieren

German Arbitration Law has long been considered antiquated and unfavorable to resolving disputes. Aside from functional disadvantages, it remains unclear whether, a restrictive historical legislation...

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BGB Kommentar (BGB Commentary - Chapter on Settlement Agreements")

Dr. Eckart Brödermann

The Prütting/Wegen/Weinreich is a commentary on the German Civil Code (ca 3500 pages). The 4th edition was released on 21 April 2009. In the chapter on settlement agreements, Eckart Brödermann...

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Pathologische Schiedsklauseln ("Pathological Arbitration Clauses")

Dr. Eckard von Bodenhausen

The article concentrates on ambiguous arbitration clauses and analyses the German case law coping with such clauses.

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Handbuch der IT-Verträge ("Handbook on IT-Contracts")

Dr. Eckart Brödermann / Dr. Eckard von Bodenhausen

In the book "Handbuch der IT-Verträge" Dr. Eckart Brödermann and Dr. Eckard von Bodenhausen have authored three chapters: The chapter on mediation ("Schlichtung”) shows the importance...

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Durchsetzung amerikanischer Schiedssprüche in Deutschland ("Enforcement of American Arbitral Awards in Germany")

Dr. Eckart Brödermann

This article, written in 1985, concentrates on the enforcement of American arbitral awards in Germany. Since that time, the law has not changed.

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