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Civil Procedure - A Q&A Guide to Litigation in Austria

ISBN: 978-3-7007-5553-1

Auflage: 1. Auflage

Verlag: LexisNexis

Land des Verlags: Österreich

Erscheinungsdatum: 24.07.2013

Autoren: Grill Anne-Karin

Reihe: Fachbuch


Format: Einband - flex. (Paperback)

Seitenanzahl: 140

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Beschreibung

English This succinct new paperback explains the institutional bases and fundamental concepts of the Austrian procedural system in a user-friendly Q&A format. It provides a structured overview of the key practical issues concerning civil litigation by breaking down the principles of procedural law into small, easily digested bites. The reader is guided from the pre-trial stage to the ultimate resolution of the case. In this manner, the most prominent features of civil procedure in Austria such as rules related to pleadings, motions, joinder and consolidation, evidence, judgments and orders, appeals, and enforcement are addressed. -explains the major features of civil procedure in Austria -covers all stages of civil litigation -highlights the interplay between legal rules, doctrine, practice, and culture -provides tips to share conventional litigation wisdom -contains tables summarizing important procedural information -accessible to a wide range of audiences German: Das vorliegende Werk bietet erstmalig einen umfassenden Überblick zum österreichischen Zivilverfahren in englischer Sprache. Die zentralsten prozessrechtlichen Themen werden im benutzerfreundlichen Q&A Format und leicht verständlich dargestellt. Vom vorprozessualen Stadium bis hin zum Abschluss des Verfahrens wird der Leser an die einschlägigen Bestimmungen des österreichischen Zivilverfahrensrechts herangeführt und mit diesen in praxisnaher Art und Weise vertraut gemacht. -Darstellung der wesentlichsten Aspekte des österreichischen Zivilverfahrensrechts -Praxisnahe Zusammenschau von Recht, Lehre und Praxis -Tipps für Zivilverfahrenspraktiker -Thematische Erschließung anhand von Schaubildern -Ausrichtung auf ein internationales Publikum The Author: Anne-Karin Grill is an attorney and a member of the Austrian Bar. She specializes in international dispute resolution and advises clients in both commercial litigation and arbitration proceedings. She has served as arbitrator and administrative secretary in multi-jurisdictional arbitrations conducted under the VIAC, ICC and LCIA rules. Anne-Karin Grill also acts as a CEDR accredited mediator in international commercial disputes. She earned her law degree (Mag. Iur.) from the University of Vienna and holds an M.A. in International Security Studies from Georgetown University. Anne-Karin Grill serves as a lecturer at the University of Vienna and is a regular speaker on dispute resolution topics. She is also the author of a number of publications on the subject.

Biografische Anmerkung

Anne-Karin Grill is an attorney and a member of the Austrian Bar. She specializes in international dispute resolution and advises clients in both commercial litigation and arbitration proceedings. She has served as arbitrator and administrative secretary in multi-jurisdictional arbitrations conducted under the VIAC, ICC and LCIA rules. Anne-Karin Grill also acts as a CEDR accredited mediator in international commercial disputes. She earned her law degree (Mag. Iur.) from the University of Vienna and holds an M.A. in International Security Studies from Georgetown University. Anne-Karin Grill serves as a lecturer at the University of Vienna and is a regular speaker on dispute resolution topics. She is also the author of a number of publications on the subject.