Klägerfreundlichkeit als Prinzip des Sozialgerichtsverfahrens - ein deutsch-slowenischer Rechtsvergleich
In social law disputes, a multitude of social problems come to light for legal claimants. However, if the plaintiffs cannot enforce their claims in social proceedings due to procedural obstacles, social rights remain merely a theoretical construct. This study addresses the question of how effective legal protection can be guaranteed in social law disputes. It elaborates the theoretical foundations of effective legal protection in social law disputes. By means of a legal comparison between the differently designed social court proceedings in Germany and Slovenia, it systematically examines the extent to which effective legal protection is guaranteed in each case.