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From Modeled Topics to Areas of Law: A Comparative Analysis of Types of Proceedings in the German Federal Constitutional Court
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Differential Data Protection Regimes in Data-Driven Research: Why the GDPR is More Research-Friendly Than You Think
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“Verbandssanktionengesetz” — Corporate Liability for Germany?
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Assisted Suicide in Germany: The Landmark Ruling of the German Federal Constitutional Court of February 26, 2020
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The Effects of SARS-CoV-2 on Criminal Procedure in Germany
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The Difficulty of Defining Sensitive Data—The Concept of Sensitive Data in the EU Data Protection Framework – CORRIGENDUM
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