# Biblatex: Sorting by Alphabet in Bibliography problems with authorname prefixes

I have a bibliography with a bunch of legal documents, for which I use the misc type. I use sorting nyt. However, it does not recognise the Author "De-Minimis-Verordnung" as starting with a "d", but rather starting with an "m", which is faulty. I think biblatex thinks this "de-" is some sort of prefix. How do I turn this behavior off?

MWE:

\documentclass{book}
\usepackage[ngerman]{babel}
\usepackage[autocite=footnote, maxcitenames=3, language=german, style=authoryear-ibid, backend=biber, sorting=nyt]{biblatex}
\bibliography{lit.bib}

\begin{document}

Test\autocites{eukom15122009}[]{deminimisvo}[]{mitteilungsdai}

\printbibliography[title={Gesetzesmaterialien der Europ\"aischen Union}, type=misc]

\end{document}


With the following lit.bib file

@misc{eukom15122009,
Author = {{European Commission}},
Howpublished = {State aid},
Year = {2009}}

@misc{deminimisvo,
Author = {{De-minimis-Verordnung}},
Howpublished = {Verordnung (EU) Nr. 1407/2013},
Year = {2013}}

@misc{mitteilungsdai,
Author = {{Mitteilung der Kommission}},
Year = {2013}}


This is due to the default \DeclareNosort setting which strips two letters followed by a dash from strings before sorting. You can fix this by putting this in your preamble:
\DeclareNosort{