By Jens Gal
Jens Gal vergleicht die in Deutschland, England, Frankreich, Österreich, der Schweiz und den Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika entworfenen Haftungsmodelle. Er bereitet das Thema in seinen unterschiedlichen Dimensionen - historisch, rechtsvergleichend und dogmatisch - auf und entwickelt eine kohärente Haftungssystematik. Das Augenmerk gilt zunächst dem als Haftungsgrundlage ausgemachten sogenannten Schiedsrichtervertrag und seiner dogmatischen Ausgestaltung. Im Anschluss hieran widmet sich der Autor möglichen haftungsauslösenden Pflichtverletzungen, wobei er seine besondere Aufmerksamkeit der Frage widmet, ob und inwieweit dem Schiedsrichter ein Haftungsprivileg zusteht und welche Pflichten von diesem Haftungsprivileg umfasst sind. Hierbei zeigt sich, dass es einem weltweiten Konsens entspricht, dass der Schiedsrichter nur in begrenztem Umfang - nämlich einem Richter gleich - haftbar gemacht werden kann. Obgleich das so entworfene Haftungsmodell ein nur beschränktes Haftungsrisiko für den Schiedsrichter birgt, zeigt der Autor abschließend Möglichkeiten auf - insbesondere Haftungsbegrenzung, Versicherungsdeckung und Rechtswahl - mittels deren Schiedsrichter ihr Risiko weiter minimieren können.
By Oliver Elzer,Bernhard Brückmann,Ezra Constantin Zivier
Die 2. Auflage bringt das Werk auf den Stand September 2013 und ist eng mit dem Lehrbuch "Prüfungswissen ZPO für Rechtsreferendare" verzahnt.
By Joseph Caro
By Alexander B. Aikman
Divided into significant elements, half one covers the heritage of the sector
and how courts are prepared, environmental stipulations within which court docket management is practiced, specific effect on courts of the elected clerk of courtroom, prosecutor, and the sheriff, the judge’s administrative roles, in addition to how a judge’s judicial and administrative roles paintings with administration. the second one half studies a brand new technique for environment and adjusting priorities one of the a number of features courts perform—the Hierarchy of court docket management. It defines priorities, analyzes court docket roles that identify undertaking severe capabilities, and units an time table for advancing courts all through this century.
Thorough and complete, The paintings and perform of courtroom Administration information how courts function, the courtroom administrator’s place and obligations, and approachestoissues and problems.
By R. Houston
By Bruce J. Winick,David B. Wexler
Part I of this publication describes the newly rising problem-solving courts (such as drug therapy courts, family violence courts, psychological healthiness courts, etc.) and different similar methods to problem-solving judging and judging with an specific ethic of care. Authors Winick and Wexler express how judges can use healing jurisprudence not just in really good problem-solving courts, yet more often than not civil and legal judicial settings in addition. partially II, the e-book covers rising "principles" of healing jurisprudence that appear to be at paintings in winning judicial ways: how courts can motivate criminal reform, how they could support offenders enhance problem-solving and coping abilities, how they could motivate criminal compliance with unencumber stipulations, how they could function potent danger managers, and lots more and plenty more.
“Rarely does the educational paintings of legislations students have this kind of straight forward influence in shaping the examine agendas of a large diversity of felony lecturers. Rarer nonetheless are the days whilst such criminal scholarship absolutely affects the operating lives of judges and working towards legal professionals. As those essays make abundantly transparent, healing jurisprudence has come of age as a criminal self-discipline in its personal correct, able to be extra validated rigorously and strategically inside our judicial approach… The authors assembled during this helpful quantity think strongly within the law's capability to function a 'healing agent' and search to forged judges and attorneys within the roles of peacemakers and inventive problem-solvers. Their imaginative and prescient merits our severe consideration.” — The magazine of felony Medicine
“Winick and Wexler have accumulated a magnificent assortment that either introduces the subject to novices and offers extra intensity for these already mostly conscious of the concepts.” — Steve Leben within the Justice method Journal
By Charles B. Craver
This publication incorporates a accomplished conceptual framework for the negotiation method. the writer presents readers with a radical realizing of the mental, sociological, and communicational elements that meaningfully impact negotiation encounters.
Effective criminal Negotiation and Settlement explores numerous negotiation phases, emphasizes the significance of verbal and nonverbal verbal exchange, and discusses the several bargaining strategies negotiators are inclined to stumble upon. This 8th variation additionally explores the influence of negotiations regarding folks from varied ethnic backgrounds or of other genders. private and non-private overseas bargaining transactions, in popularity of the elevated relevance of such transnational interactions, obtain increased therapy during this version. the writer additionally stories using impartial mediators to aid negotiators with their interactions, and explains the moral features of the negotiation process.
The complete nature of Effective felony Negotiation and Settlement offers readers with an intensive appreciation of the negotiation technique and is designed to reinforce their bargaining self belief. they'll comprehend different levels and the goals to be completed in every one. they are going to additionally realize a few of the strategies they notice and believe extra in a position to responding successfully to these varied approaches.
By Tamir Moustafa
By Andrea M. Steingruber
Whilst contemplating the evolution of arbitration and its consensual nature - expansion of the events' freedom to consent to arbitration, and improvement from advertisement arbitration to funding arbitration - it addresses vital theoretical inquiries to provide useful solutions.
These comprise: how consent to arbitrate is expressed and while mutual consent to arbitration is reached; which legislations shall govern the arbitration contract or, extra fairly, consent as a component of the major validity of it; and, conversely, in line with which legislations will a potential loss of consent be judged; how consent may be interpreted; which courting exists among consent as a part of the noticeable validity of an arbitration contract and its formal validity; which, if any,
are the implied phrases whilst consenting to arbitration; how consent to arbitrate impacts procedural features (counterclaims, joinder, consolidation), and which ideas followed via treaties, nationwide legislation or arbitration principles are, or will be, the main respectful of events' consent during this respect;
what in funding arbitration is the connection among consent and most-favoured-nation clauses or the impact of umbrella clauses.
The ebook comprises unique arguments and places ahead new feedback with reference to the changeable consensual personality of arbitration. It additionally offers a selected specialise in difficulties that regularly come up in perform of overseas arbitration, for instance concerns regarding advanced multiparty arbitration and to jurisdictional questions in funding arbitration.
By Paul Giraud