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: 2., vÃ¶llig neu bearbeitete u nd erweiterte Auflage Since the 1st edition of this fundamental work appeared twenty years ago, international civil process law has undergone breathtaking developments. No stone has remained in place. In the Amsterdam Treaty of 1997 the ambitious goal of creating a standardised European legal framework was postulated. After only a few years a standardised regulatory order of legal jurisdiction, international service notification and hearing of evidence, effectiveness range of civil judgments and insolvency law have been created. The expansion of the European Union through the accession of new states has ushered in an extensive system of European civil action law in its field of application. This new issue considers all the modifications and updates the work to the latest conditions. The author looks at all aspects of German international civil procedural law especially the jurisdiction including the problems of the immunity of foreign states, state-owned companies and state-owned banks, international jurisdiction, the execution of the procedures with foreign connections and foreigner participation, the recognition and declaration of execution of foreign civil judgments, international sub judice cases, international arbitration and international legal aid. Specific importance is given to the presentation of European civil action law. The EuGVVO (European Regulation on jurisdiction and the recognition and enforcement) and other important EU regulations are looked at in detail. The work combines the scientific grasp of the problems with the presentation of the decades of practical experience of the author. A comprehensive index facilitates the use.