Schlagwort ‘litigating in Germany’

How to sue in Europe

Von Michael Gleiten (06.03.2009)
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For a foreign client, taking legal action in Europe is a complex issue. Each European country has its own national laws, court structures and unique legal history. There are fundamental differences in the nature of the various national legal systems. The website www.triallawyerseurope.com provides potential foreign clients (and their lawyers) with:

  • helpful information on European legal systems and court procedures
  • access to expert trial lawyers and specialized litigation law firms in Europe (contact here)
  • contact lawyer for your initial questions if you consider litigation in Europe

Litigating in Europe: Legal Information Gateway for Foreign Clients

Von Bernhard Schmeilzl (23.01.2009)
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TRIALLAWYERSEUROPE.COM SHOWS YOU WHAT’S THE LAW IN EUROPE

Litigating in Europe is complex. Each European country has its own national laws, court structures and unique legal history. Fundamental differences exist in the nature of the various national legal systems. Few countries follow a common law system. Most states have adopted a civil law jurisdiction based on codification, where statutes are the primary source of law and precedents are less important. Courts decide disputes based on a learned interpretation of relevant statutes. By contrast, common law jurisdictions use cases as a primary source of law and there is a strong adherence to the doctrine of precedent. (…)

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