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ADR in employment disputes

The Herbert Smith Freehills employment team has published an article examining the role of ADR within employment disputes, including considering the findings outlined in the recently released Global Pound Conference Report in the context of employment disputes in the key … Continue reading

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German mediation law comes into force

The German mediation bill has long been a source of debate and disagreement between the German Parliament’s two chambers. Indeed, disagreement over the terms of the bill was referred to mediation deploying provisions under the German Constitution providing for resolution by mediation of disputes between the … Continue reading

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Implementation of the European Mediation Directive in Germany

In July 2010, the German Federal Ministry of Justice published a draft bill which, if passed into law, will deal with the implementation of the European Mediation Directive (the Directive). The draft bill implements most of the key provisions of … Continue reading

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