Curriculum Vitae




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Studies:
1965 - 1969
Law studies at Göttingen and Bonn Universities;
1974 - 1975
University of Chicago Law School, LL.M. August 1975;
1979
certified translator and interpreter for English;
Referendar
(legal trainee):

1970 - 1974
Professional
experience:
1975 - 1978
associate with Peltzer & Riesenkampff, attorneys at law,
Frankfurt/Main (now: CMS Hasche Sigle - banking and
general commercial law);

1979 - 1985
Partner of Hoffmann, Raeschke-Kessler, Liebs,
attorneys at law, Düsseldorf (now Hoffmann Liebs Fritsch
Ruhe – general commercial and environmental law);

Personal:
Born, Dec. 1943, Mühlhausen/Germany;
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since 1986 Rechtsanwalt beim Bundesgerichtshof (member of the bar of
the German Federal Supreme Court, 43 members only);

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honorary professor at the Law School of the University of Cologne;
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Fellow Chartered Institute of Arbitrators - FCIArb -;
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since 2016 Member of the Working Group at the German Federal Ministry
of Justice reviewing German Arbitration Law;

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board Member DIS;
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Member Review Committee DIS Arbitration Rules 2018;
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Member ICC - Commission on International Arbitration.
Working languages:
German, English, French, good knowledge of Italian
Publications:
numerous publications on arbitration and on matters of substantive law.
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