The Art of Dispute comprises, amongst other things, the ability to assess a situation correctly and act proactively and with the right strategy. Our newsletter provides practical advice and a concise analysis of key case law and recent developments in dispute resolution.
In this issue, we cover the latest developments in litigation funding and class actions, patent infringement and money laundering offences. We also look at the legal changes in warning letters and how the German courts have been viewing arbitration clauses.
Moreover, we present to you our award-winning legal tech offering NRF Transform and explain the Norton Rose Fulbright Litigation Manager.
We endeavor to offer you specific legal advice and to represent and protect your interests in the best possible way. We look forward to exchanging ideas with you and are happy to answer any questions that you may have. Finally, we take you through all of the services and products we have to offer to best support you in answering your concerns. For further support on your queries please contact any member of our team, details at the end of our brochure.
- Lawsuits without risk: Litigation funders discover the German market
- The European representative action – new litigation risks for companies
- Legal Tech in practice – the Norton Rose Fulbright Litigation Manager
- The new money laundering offence (s261 German Criminal Code) and the implications of the all-crimes approach for practice
- Update on product compliance: The EU Market Surveillance Regulation
- The end of the warning system as we knew it
- The German Patent Modernisation Act: Changes for Patent Litigation
- Commercial courts in the State of Baden-Württemberg – German courts compete for international commercial cases
- Current case law