On the 2.3.2018 there was a top-class panel in Vienna: Prof. Peter Picht (University of Zurich), Philipp Groz (Schellenberg Wittmer), Sam Granata (Court of Appeal Antwerp), David Perkins (WIPO Arbitrator and Mediator), Prof. Jacques de Werra (University of Geneva), Christian Loyau (ETSI), Alesch Staehelin (IBM) and Claudia Tapia (Ericsson).
David Perkins has named the following interesting numbers:
Duration of conflict resolution (in weeks):
Cost of conflict resolution (in thousands of dollars):
Result (% reached solutions):
The Soldan Moot is a nationwide moot court competition for students of German law faculties. This event is organized by the Hans Soldan Foundation, the Federal Bar Association (BRAK), the German Bar Association (DAV), and the German Law Faculty Day (DJT).
On the basis of a fictional case, a German court case is simulated and students thus become involved in forensic activity made acquainted by lawyers. Students should be able to legally analyze a case, to reject evidence and to act as a representative of interest Formulate legal opinions. They should also deal with the counter-arguments and the court finally; from their position Navigation use convince.
For the international business mediator Peter Adler, the problem has led to a trend reversal. "More and more daughters and sons are buying their parents off, not just on paper, but at the real market price," he says. What seemed unthinkable a few years ago now is made by one-third of his clients with family businesses.
Successors pay the overall value of the company in installments instead of letting the company be given. In this way, siblings who have not taken over do not feel that they are too short. And the purchase sets a clear signal to the founders that they are out. Adler recommends that at the beginning, as a clear signal, ten to twenty percent of the purchase price be paid to the parents in cash.