November 2008 Germany Top Blawgs

  1. Covers intellectual property law rights in Germany.
  2. Press digest on transatlantic affairs. Edited by three German Fulbright Alumni.
  3. German blawg from Hamburg about criminal law and criminal procedure.
  4. Provides updates and analysis on German and European IP/IT, technology, media and (open source) software law. By JBB Rechtsanwälte.
  5. Covers employment and labour law issues, including industrial relations/labour and human resources, business immigration and international mobility, enterprise and collective labour agreements and occupational health and safety matters, By Norton Rose Fulbright.
  6. Looks at financial issues for intellectual property rights: securitisation and collateral, IP valuation for acquisition and balance sheet purposes, tax and R&D breaks, film and product finance, calculating quantum of damages--anything that happens where IP meets money.
  7. The blog is dedicated to pharmaceutical trade marks. It is operated by highly specified lawyers and covers all relevant decisions of both European and German courts. Whilst the blog is currently in German only, the monthly newsletter and the annual magazine will include English summaries and abstracts.
  8. Strafjournal ist a German language blawg about international and German criminal law. It contains a weekly news digest and comprehensive articles about everything concerning criminal defence and criminal procedure.
  9. Summary of recent decisions by boards of appeal of the European patent office (EPO).
  10. Covers common German law, tax law, ADR and ODR. By Axel Hellinger.
  11. Covers German-English legal translation.
  12. Covers German corporate law, takeover law, M&A, finance and capital markets law issues.
  13. Covers corporate law, mergers & acquisitions, takeovers as well as finance and capital markets law.
  14. Presents news and decisions on German criminal law. By Dr. Bottner.
  15. Covers US law from a German perspective. By Nietzer & Häusler.
  16. Covers litigation, arbitration and mediation in Germany. By Peter Bert.
  17. Covers German and EU IP law.