Legal Journal

14. Mar. 2019
The Role of UK’s Younger Generation after the Rejection of the Brexit Deal

The Role of UK’s Younger Generation after the Rejection of the Brexit Deal

The 12th of March 2019 will be remembered as a turnaround in British politics. The British […]
31. Jan. 2019
The Irish Card – a Bluff or a Disaster in this Brexit Drama?

The Irish Card – a Bluff or a Disaster in this Brexit Drama?

Whatever the Conservative wise men and women of the British Government may have had in mind […]
24. Sep. 2018

Handling civil legal cases that involve EU countries if there’s no Brexit deal

For two years, the British government has been implementing significant work to negotiate a solution for […]
25. Jan. 2018
European Enforcement Orders (EEO) | Handcuffs and euro bills and wooden gavel as crime concept

European Enforcement Orders (EEO)

Under the European Enforcement Orders (EEO) procedure, a judgment creditor in an “uncontested claim” can apply […]
18. Sep. 2017

Brexit: Open Letter from 100 British Companies

In an open letter initiated by the British Chamber of Industry (CBI) on 18th September 2017, […]
7. Sep. 2017

Deutsche Bank Sees Frankfurt Clearly Ahead in the wake of Brexit.

As was reported in the German Stock Market Journal ‘Börsenzeitung’ on 7th September 2017, John Cryan, […]
6. Sep. 2017
Enforcement of foreign judgments in Germany

Enforcement of foreign judgments in Germany

Enforcement of EU judgments in Germany This section relates to enforcement of judgments and orders obtained […]
4. Sep. 2017

Long Truck Queues on British Borders if no BREXIT Deal is Reached – and Winston Churchill’s solution

The British and the EU negotiators are still fighting over the Brexit-Agenda while time is running […]
29. Aug. 2017
When do Frankfurt Schools Need to Take Brexit Seriously?

When do Frankfurt Schools Need to Take Brexit Seriously?

Frankfurt is probably the most cosmopolitan city of all German cities. The American Headquarter in Frankfurt […]
6. Jun. 2017
New EU Data Protection Rules

New EU-Data Protection rules

EU-Data Protection rules: All Companies, but in particular Smaller and Medium-sized Companies (SME) will be threatened […]
9. May. 2017
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Public Procurement in the European Union

EDIFICIA Lawyers has been successful in representing the interests of Companies in Public Procurement & EU-Tendering against […]
4. May. 2017

BREXIT: Relocation headquarters to Frankfurt, Germany?

BREXIT RELOCATION Post-Brexit relocation: Will it be just rumors or reality in two years? Uncertainty calls […]
1. May. 2017

Alternative Dispute Resolution

Alternative Dispute Resolution Small Video Series about  Alternative Dispute Resolution: Mediation, Arbitration and Adjudication from German Lawyer Bertrand […]
24. Apr. 2017

OLAF European Anti-Fraud Office investigations: on-the-spot-checks

OLAF European Anti-Fraud Office Investigations European Anti-Fraud Office has the task to protect the financial interests of […]
7. Apr. 2017

The International Network Meeting in Madrid

The International Network of EDIFICIA Lawyers enjoyed a very successful meeting in Madrid on 16th March 2017 […]
22. Feb. 2017
Taxation in Germany

Third Party Damages Claims against Tax Advisers for Wrong Advice

The liability risks of tax advisers in tax planning are often underestimated. The statutory rights of […]
8. May. 2014

Mediation

The concept of Mediation contrasts with Arbitration. Arbitration usually replaces a court action ending with an enforceable decision of the Arbitration Tribunal.
7. May. 2014

International Arbitration

International Arbitration Dispute Resolution is a Arbitration, which is probably most widely used and the most […]
6. May. 2014

Adjudication

Adjudication – Alternative Dispute Resolution The concept of Adjudication it is probably the most recent concept but […]