Counsel before courts of law, arbitral tribunals and administrative authorities

  • Counsel before courts of law (domestic, European and international litigation) and administrative authorities (proceedings before regulatory and governmental authorities and agencies as well as the highest courts of administrative law)
  • Counsel and arbitrator in arbitration proceedings under all major regimes, such as (inter alia) the rules of the International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), the International Arbitral Centre of the Austrian Federal Economic Chamber, Swiss Rules, the UNCITRAL Rules
  • Enforcement of international judgments
  • Counsel before German courts of law

Recent Arbitrations

  • Acting as counsel in an international ICSID Arbitration (mineral resources). 
  • Acting as Counsel in an international ICC arbitration (energy sector). 
  • Acting as Counsel in an international ICC arbitration (shareholders dispute). 
  • Acting as Counsel in a VIAC arbitration (IP). 
  • Acting as arbitrator (chairman) in an international ICC arbitration (shipbuilding sector). 
  • Acting as arbitrator (chairman) in an international ICC arbitration (insurance sector). 
  • Acting as arbitrator (co-arbitrator) in an international ICC arbitration (construction sector). 
  • Acting as arbitrator (chairman) in an international ICC arbitration (pharmaceutical sector). 
  • Acting as arbitrator (chairman) in an international ICC arbitration (logistic sector). 
  • Acting as counsel in an ICC arbitration (international trade sector). 
  • Acting as counsel in a VIAC arbitration (international trade sector). 
  • Acting as counsel in a DIS arbitration (construction sector) (industrial plant). 
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