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Die Zukunft des Zivilprozesses

Freiburger Symposion am 27. April 2013 anlässlich des 70. Geburtstages von Rolf Stürner
Hrsg. v. Alexander Bruns, Joachim Münch u. Astrid Stadler

[The Future of Civil Procedure. The Freiburg Symposium for Rolf Stürner's 70th Birthday.]

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This edited volume combines the lectures and speeches held at the symposium for Rolf Stürner's 70th birthday. They deal with the preoccupation with dogmatics clearly defined by the maxims and objectives of civil procedure as well as the future relevance of dogmatics in view of the diversification and internationalization of civil procedure. In addition, using procedural law for consumer issues and appellate law as examples, the authors discuss how current civil procedure can be correctly shaped or altered as a social phenomenon in order to feasibly ensure its future viability and its effectiveness.
This edited volume combines the lectures and speeches held at the symposium for Rolf Stürner's 70th birthday. They deal with the preoccupation with dogmatics clearly defined by the maxims and objectives of civil procedure as well as the future relevance of dogmatics in view of the diversification and internationalization of civil procedure. In addition, using procedural law for consumer issues and appellate law as examples, the authors discuss how current civil procedure can be correctly shaped or altered as a social phenomenon in order to feasibly ensure its future viability and its effectiveness.
Survey of contents
Matthias Jestaedt: Begrüßung – Joachim Münch: Grundfragen des Zivilprozesses. Sinngehalte der Lehre vom Prozeßzweck – Alexander Bruns: Maximendenken im Zivilprozessrecht. Irrweg oder Zukunftschance? – Herbert Roth: Empfiehlt sich ein Sonderprozessrecht für Verbraucher? – Christoph Althammer: Die Zukunft des Rechtsmittelsystems – Astrid Stadler: Laudatio
Authors/Editors

Alexander Bruns ist Direktor des Instituts für deutsches und ausländisches Zivilprozessrecht der Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg.

Joachim Münch ist Inhaber des Lehrstuhls für Bürgerliches Recht, Handelsrecht, deutsches und ausländisches Zivilprozessrecht an der Georg-August-Universität Göttingen und Direktor des dortigen Instituts für Notarrecht.

Astrid Stadler ist Inhaberin des Lehrstuhls für Bürgerliches Recht, Zivilprozessrecht, Internationales Privatrecht und Rechtsvergleichung der Universität Konstanz sowie eines part-time Chair in Comparative Mass Litigation, Erasmus School of Law, Rotterdam.

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