The working group on family law is currently being established. Interested parties are cordially invited to register for this working group. The family law working group is coordinated by:
also specialist lawyer for family law
also specialist lawyer for tenancy and residential property law
also specialist lawyer for transport and forwarding law
Steiner & Roloff lawyers
Phone: +49/40/389993, 0; Fax: -33
Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Young lawyers are very welcome in the DRJV.
Upon a corresponding application, there is the possibility of a temporary reduction in the annual fee for students and trainees.
The regional get-together events are particularly suitable for young lawyers to establish contacts with other members of the DRJV.
The criminal law working group is currently being established. Interested parties are cordially invited to register for this working group. Coordination for the Criminal Law Working Group is in charge
Attorney Dr. Rainer Birke
Specialist lawyer for criminal law
Wessing & Partner Attorneys at Law
Tel. 0211 16844-0
Please contact email@example.com
Thank you for your interest.
The working group on transport law is currently being established. Interested parties are cordially invited to register for this working group. The coordination for the working group transport law takes over
Lawyer Florian Roloff
Specialist lawyer for transport law
Steiner & Roloff Attorneys at Law
Ehrenbergstrasse 39 and 33
Tel. 040/389 993-0
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your interest.
Russian labour law is a very dynamic area of law. The specialist group “Labour Law” is dedicated to professional exchange on labour and migration law.
Contact the “Labour Law” working group via the Executive Board: email@example.com.
Procedural Law and International Arbitration
Since 2014, a working group on procedural law and international arbitration has been operating at the German-Russian Bar Association. The working group consists of more than 80 lawyers from Germany, Russia, Austria, Switzerland and Georgia.
Within the framework of the mail group, the members of the working group exchange information on various aspects of dispute resolution, in particular on the latest judicial practice, draft laws, events and publications in this area. In addition, the working group is currently preparing a collection of jurisprudence, which will soon be published on this website.
Most of the members of the working group are multilingual, therefore exchange of information and experience is possible in Russian, German and / or English.
The practical importance of the field of dispute resolution grows in times of crisis, including in the context of the sanctions regime. In practice, an increase in the number of international commercial disputes is to be expected. At the same time, knowledge in this area is necessary already when drawing up a contract (for example, a propogation agreement or an arbitration clause).
Topics for coverage and discussion include:
– trends in the development of civil procedural law, arbitration and mediation,
– judicial practice and experience in the recognition and enforcement of foreign judicial and arbitration / arbitration decisions (including the issue of reciprocity),
– investment arbitration in the context of the CIS,
– information about arbitration institutions in Russia, Germany, CIS countries, Austria and Switzerland.
If you are interested in participating in the activities of the working group, please let us know by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org). The coordinator of the working group is the member of the board of the association Axel Boes.
Intellectual Property Law and IT
In 2015, a working group on intellectual property law and information technology law was established under the German-Russian Bar Association. We invite all lawyers from Germany, Russia, Austria, Switzerland and the CIS countries to participate in the group of all interested in these topics.
As part of the e-mail newsletter, we plan to provide the members of the working group with the opportunity to exchange information on these topics. In particular, issues for coverage and discussion include, for example, trends in the development of intellectual property law and information technology law, court practice and practical experience in foreign and international disputes, information on draft laws and new publications, as well as information on planned events in Russia, Germany, CIS countries, Austria and Switzerland. In the future, it is possible to hold a conference on these topics.
If you are interested in participating in the activities of the working group, please let us know by e-mail (email@example.com). Currently the coordinator of the working group is Dr. Valeria Schöttle.
Constitution & Administration
The constitution & administration working group is currently being established. Interested parties are cordially invited to register for this working group. The coordination for the working group Constitution & Administration takes over
Prof. Dr. Otto Luchterhandt
Thank you for your interest.
Translations of legal terms
The working group is engaged in the translation of special terms from Russian into German and from German into Russian. Interdisciplinary cooperation with translators, Slavists, etc. is especially encouraged. In addition to the substantive and methodological analysis of the translation, the aim of the working group is to write a terminological dictionary, which still does not exist in the German-Russian legal market, and which would also differ from the existing ones. available dictionaries, including electronic ones.
Some translation suggestions can be found here: http://www.drjv.org/index.php/literatur.html
(Empfehlungen der DRJV zur Übersetzung russischer jur. Fachbegriffe ins Deutsche / DRJV recommendations regarding the translation of Russian legal terms into German).
Coordination of the working group:
Lawyer Tanya Galander
PricewaterhouseCoopers Legal AG Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft
Kapelle ufer 4, 10117 Berlin
Mobile number: +4916096392287
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Interested parties are encouraged to cooperate.
The aim of the working group is, first of all, to exchange experience between colleagues working in an international context on the influence of cultural characteristics on daily consulting and legal practice.
Topics include a cross-cultural perspective on client communication, negotiation, structuring advisory offers, payment behavior, content of advisory contracts, etc. This area is of course very broad and deals with the cultural dimension of legal and business transactions. generally. For example, cultural characteristics have an impact on national legislation and jurisprudence, which many law enforcement officials forget.
Particular attention is paid, first of all, to Russian and German culture and their comparison. At the same time, experience with clients from other cultures is also interesting and of great value.
In terms of format, the team can start with monthly conference calls, each of which will focus on a specific aspect (eg, negotiating, communicating with customers).