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37. Labour law in general

BACKERS-GELLNER, U.,/FRICK, B., Discrimination in employment in the Federal Republic of germany, 20 Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law 105-21, 1990

BECKER, C., Recent Trends in the Development of Labor Law in the Federal Republic of Germany – Comment, 23 Law & Society Review 773-8, 1989

DAEUBLER, W., The individual and the collective: no problem for German labor law? 10 Comparative Labour Law Journal 505-30, 1989

36. Non-contentious procedure. Land registration. Civil status registration

WESTERHOLT, M. Gräfin von, Real estate law, in: RÜSTER, B. (ed.), Business transactions in Germany. Munich, New York, loose-leaf since 1983 vol. I ch. 14.04


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35. Arbitration

FISCHER-ZERNIN, V.,/JUNKER, A., Between Scylla and Charybdis: fact gathering in German arbitration, 4 Journal of International Arbitration 9-34, 1987

FISCHER-ZERNIN, V.,/JUNKER, A., Arbitration and mediation: synthesis and anthesis? 5 Journal of International Arbitration 21-40, 1988

GLOSSNER, O., Commercial arbitration in the Federal Republic of Germany. Deventer 1984

34. Execution of judgments. Bankruptcy. Settlements with creditors

BERTRAM-NOTHNAGEL, H., Enforcement of foreign judgments and arbitral awards in West Germany. 17 Virginia Journal of International Law 385-399 (1977)

BRANDON, M., Immunity from attachment and execution. International Financial Law Review 32-38 (1982)

BRENSCHEIDT, M.H., Recognition and enforcement of foreign money judgments in the Federal Republic of Germany. 11 The International Lawyer 261-276 (1977)

33. Civil procedure

ALLEN, R.J.,/KÖCK, S.,/RIECHENBERG K.,/ROSEN, D.T., The German advantage in civil procedure: a plea for more details and fewer generalities in comparative scholarship. (Discussion of the German advantage in civil procedure, J.H. Langbein, 52 The University of Chicago Law Review 823-66, 1985), 82 Northwestern University Law Review 705-62, 1988

BERNSTEIN, H., The finality of a judgment as a requirement for civil appeals in Germany. 47 Law and Contemporary Problems 35-60 (1984)

— Code of Civil Procedure: see Goren

DANNEMANN, GERHARD, Jurisdiction based on the Presence of Assets in Germany: A Case Note, 41 International and Comparative Law Quarterly 632-637 (1992)

32. Administration of justice. Judicial organisation

BRAUN, M./ BIRK, R. Approaches to legal education: Germany, Federal Republic. 5 Comparative Law Yearbook 69-81 (1981)

BUSCH, J.-D., The administration of justice in the federal system of the Federal Republic of Germany, in MATHEWS, R.L., Federalism in Australia and The Federal Republic of Germany; a comparative study. Canberra 1980, pp. 139-153

31. Data protection. Legal information science

BEIER, B.R., Genetic testing and the right of self-determination: the experience in the Federal Republic of Germany, 16 Hofstra Law Review 601-14, 1988

BÖHLOFF, K./ BAUMANNS, A., Harmonising German data protection and the Council of Europe Convention. l2 International Business Lawyer 175-182(1984)

DAMMANN, U., Data protection legislation. An international documentation. English-German. Frankfurt a.M. 1977

30. Traffic and transport. Maritime law

BRAUNTHAL, G., The West German legislative process. A case study of two transportation bills. Ithaka, N.Y., London 1972

GOREN, S./ FORRESTER, I., The German Commercial Code as amended to January 1, 1978. Frankfurt a.M. 1979 [with introduction and shipping law]

LEBUHN, J., Legal review of shipbrokers’ professional liability. l6 European Transport Law 619-629 (1981)

29. Agriculture. Agricultural property including succession

THIEME, G., Agricultural change and its impact on rural areas, in: WILD, T., Urban and rural change in West Germany. London and Canberra, Totowa, N.J. 1983, pp.


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28. Energy. Mining. Water and watercourses

GALLOWAY, L./ McATEER, T./ DAVITT, J., Surface mining regulations in the Federal Republic of Germany, Great Britain, Australia, and the United States: a comparative study. 4 Harvard Environmental Law Review 261-309 (1980)

GILLER, Th., Decommissioning nuclear power plants: the United states, West Germany, and Canada. 6 Hastings International and Comparative Law Review 433-516 (1982/1983)

KUEHNE, G./ TRELESE, F.J., The new West German mining law. 19 Land and Water Law Review 371-394 (1984)