In situations where negotiations have not borne fruit, or where it is not possible to negotiate with the other party for whatever reason, the only way out is often to go to court. Whether it is a civil court or an arbitral tribunal, in addition to substantive law issues, procedural rules also play an important role.
Sometimes there is no choice and no possibility of negotiation, which means that a person may, against his or her will, be obliged or even compelled to engage in challenge proceedings or administrative court proceedings. The same is true of criminal and misdemeanour proceedings, where the public authorities are left with no option but to get involved in the whole procedure.
- Court proceedings
- Civil proceedings
- Administrative court procedure
- Criminal proceedings
- Misdemeanour proceedings
- Administrative proceedings
- Arbitration proceedings
- Disputes committees (labour dispute, consumer dispute, insurance dispute)