Press release new board
The board elections strengthen the association as a driving force in the German legal market.
Statement on the draft bill dated June 5, 2023 (processing status) of the Federal Ministry of Justice on the law on the introduction of a lead decision procedure at the Federal Court of Justice
The Legal Tech Verband Deutschland e.V. (hereinafter "Association") is committed to shaping a progressive and innovation-friendly regulatory environment that creates legal certainty for legal tech ventures inside and outside law firms. In doing so, the association is guided by the goal of protecting law seekers, legal transactions and the legal system from unqualified legal services and strengthening the rule of law. We thank you for the opportunity to comment on the draft bill of the Federal Ministry of Justice.
The program for this year's Legal Tech Day has been finalized. Read here which panel discussions and impulses you can expect.
Expert hearing in the Legal Affairs Committee on mass proceedings
Statement by our Chairman of the Board of Management Dr. Philipp Plog
THREE YEARS LEGAL TECH ASSOCIATION
The Legal Tech Verband Deutschland celebrates its third anniversary on May 25, 2023, and provides a comprehensive forecast for the future of the industry.
This was our Legal Tech Day 2022
The Legal Tech Association Germany hosted an industry meeting in Berlin. The agenda included the digitization of the judiciary, the attractiveness of investing in legal tech, and the war for talent.
Cooperation between Legal Tech Verband Deutschland and TaltenRocket
In order to create a platform for legal tech talent and employers, two industry giants, Legal Tech Verband Deutschland and TalentRocket, have now joined forces. The goal of the cooperation is to achieve an exact match between talents and employers.
Der Legal Tech Day 2023 in Berlin
Pre-sales for Legal Tech Day and Legal Tech Night 2023 have begun.
Remedial action bypasses practice
The draft bill of the Federal Ministry of Justice rightly introduces a directly enforceable procedure for mass proceedings and thus goes a step further than the current model declaratory action. However, the implementation lags behind the German market development of recent years. Particularly with regard to the group of claimants and the financing instruments, the draft is too timid overall.