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Prof. Dr. L. Grosskopf is one of the fifteen German panelists for disputes over .eu-domainnames at the Arbitration Center for .eu Disputes in Prague. n Prague. So far, the Arbitration Center does not provide a free text-based search of its published decisions. To be up-to-date with the tendencies of the decisions is not easy, so Prof. Dr. L. Grosskopf offers this free text-based search via the "decisions" database.
The full-text search supports the following operators:
no operator: standard search, all articles including the typed words are displayed.
example 'tea coffee': Find text that contain at least one of the two words, 'tea' and/or 'coffee'
+: a leading plus sign indicates that this word must be present in text that is returned. Works also with a combination of two or more expressions; word order is not considered.
'+tea +coffee': find rows that contain both words, 'tea' and 'coffee'
-: a leading minus sign indicates that this word must not be present in text that is returned. Note: the - operator only excludes text that is otherwise matched by other search terms. It only works in combination with other expressions. It is not possible to use it in isolation to return all rows except those containing one of the excluded terms.
'+tea -bag': find text that contains the word 'tea' but not 'bag'
"" A phrase enclosed within double quotation marks returns only text that contains the exact phrase as typed. If there are non-word characters in the phrase, they must be typed. For example, "test phrase" does not match "test, phrase&rsquo".
' "some tea" ': find rows that contain the exact phrase "some tea" (for example, rows that contain "some tea cups" but not "some more tea")