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  1. The legitimacy of offences criminalising incitement to terrorist acts: A European perspective Contribution
    Petzsche, Anneke (2022)
    In: Cancio Meliá, Manuel; Llobet Anglì, Mariona; Walker, Clive (Eds.), Precursor crimes of terrorism. The criminalisation of terrorism risk in comparative perspective, Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham
  2. CJEU: Germany’s public prosecution authorities cannot be regarded as a “judicial authority” with regard to EAWs—the truth or a misconstrual of the legal reality? Journal Article
    Glaser, Sebastian ; Hartmann, Sarah (2022)
    In: German Law Journal, 23(4), pp. 650-660
  3. Germany: Between laissez-faire and literal regulation – the German approach to the implementation of the directives on defence rights Contribution
    Albrecht, Anna H.; Schneider, Anne (2022)
    In: Caianiello, Michele; Contissa, Giuseppe; Lasagni, Giulia; Sartor, Giovanni (Eds.), Effective protection of the rights of the accused in the EU directives. A computable approach to criminal procedure law, Brill Nijhoff, Leiden, pp. 114-132
  4. The role of criminal law in regulating cybercrime and IT security Contribution
    Brodowski, Dominik (2022)
    In: Borges, Georg; Sorge, Christoph (Eds.), Law and technology in a global digital society, Springer, Cham, pp. 233-255
  5. Radical men and sympathizing women? Gendered constructions of agency in charges of terrorism in Germany Journal Article
    Eppert, Kerstin ; Roth, Viktoria (2021)
    In: New Journal of European Criminal Law, 12(4), pp. 552-574
  6. Confiscation of assets and proceeds of crime in environmental criminal law – new approaches by the German legislator Contribution
    Esser, Robert (2021)
    In: Jacometti, Valentina; Pozzo, Barbara (Eds.), Environmental loss and damage in a comparative law perspective, Intersentia, Cambridge, (European Environmental Law Forum Series, Volume 6), pp. 209-227
  7. Evidence gathering in the European Union: The transposition of directive 2014/41/EU into French and German legislation Journal Article
    Knytel, Dagna (2020)
    In: European Criminal Law Review, 10(1), pp. 66-92
  8. Ius puniendi and constitution: a comparative (Canadian-German) perspective Journal Article
    Ambos, Kai (2020)
    In: ICL Journal, 14(3), pp. 253-287
  9. Whistleblowing, corrupt practices, the European Unions's "whistleblower"-directive of October 23rd, 2019 possible impact on Germany's criminal law Contribution
    Dauster, Manfred (2020)
    In: Kostić, J.; Stevanović, A. (Eds.), Uloga društva u borbi protiv korupcije = The role of society in the fight against corruption, Institute of Comparative Law, Belgrade, pp. 217-243
  10. Conflict between the rights of victim of a crime and the rights of the accused under the German and Polish justice system in the context of the case-law of European courts Journal Article
    Kulesza, Cezary (2020)
    In: Studia Iuridica Lublinensia, 29(4)
  11. Human trafficking – can the German reform address the complexity of the phenomenon? Journal Article
    Beck, Susanne ; Tassis, Melina (2020)
    In: European Criminal Law Review, 10(3), pp. 293-313
  12. The German public prosecutor as (no) judicial authority within the meaning of the European arrest warrant: a case note on the CJEU’s judgment in OG (C-508/18) and PI (C 82/19 PPU) Journal Article
    Ambos, Kai (2019)
    In: New Journal of European Criminal Law, 10(4), pp. 399-407
  13. Should trade secrets be protected by private and/or criminal law? A comparison between Finnish and German laws Journal Article
    Ackermann-Blome, Natalie ; Rindell, Joanna (2018)
    In: Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice, 13(1), pp. 78-87
  14. Try to fix you - a critical analysis of Germany's attempt at ensuring a better protection of sports integrity by introducing new criminal laws Journal Article
    Hofmann, Joerg ; Axtmann, Jan ; Maier, Jessica (2017)
    In: Gaming Law Review, 21(7), pp. 493-499
  15. Contemporary problems of labour exploitation Contribution
    Renzikowski, Joachim (2015)
    In: Hilgendorf, Eric; Marschelke, Jan-Christoph; Sekora, Karin (Eds.), Slavery as a global and regional phenomenon, Winter, Heidelberg, (Anglistische Forschungen, 449), pp. 115-130