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Dispute Resolution has been a substantial part of my practice throughout the years, often with a cross-border element – my most exotic court appearance ever took me to the Brunei Court of Appeals.

Since 1996, I have been in private practice in Frankfurt and admitted as Rechtsanwalt to the Frankfurt Bar. In 2003, I qualified as a Solicitor in England and & Wales, and joined Taylor Wessing’s Frankfurt office as partner.

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The Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements entered into force only recently – and as a result of Brexit, all of a sudden has gained practical relevance that was rather unexpeted. But the Hague Conference on Private International Law
Continue Reading “Birth of an International Treaty: The 2019 Judgments Convention” – HCCH Webinar, 8 October 2021

The University of Bonn, via its “Forschungsstelle Kunst- und Kulturgutschutzrecht” and the Court of Arbitration for Art are organizing a webinar on alternative dispute resoution in the art world: “The administration of justice in art-related disputes can be challenging in
Continue Reading Settling Art Disputes by Alternative Dispute Resolution: Future and Challenges in Germany and Worldwide, 22 September 2021

Almost to the day five years after the Act on the Protection of Cultural Property (Kulturschutzgesetz; KGSG) entered into force, the Federal Constitutional Court (Bundesverfassungsgericht) published a decision which dismissed several constitutional complaints (Verfassungsbeschwerden) challenging various previsions of the Cultural
Continue Reading Art Law: Constitutional Challenges against Cultural Property Protection Act Fail