With more than 20 years' experience, Dr. Dieter Strubenhoff litigates and arbitrates on behalf of clients in matters related to corporate and commercial disputes in both national and international fora. Dieter has conducted arbitration proceedings under the rules of various arbitration institutions as well as ad hoc proceedings. He also represents clients in mediations and other alternative dispute resolution proceedings. Dieter has acted as arbitrator in proceedings under the rules of the ICC (International Chamber of Commerce), DIS (German Arbitration Institute), and VIAC (Vienna International Arbitral Centre) in addition to other arbitration rules, both as chairman and as co-arbitrator.
Dieter's practice focuses on complex corporate and commercial disputes in a variety of sectors and industries. He has broad experience representing clients in disputes relating to M&A and other transactions, energy, trade, projects and construction, product liability, cartel damages, insurance recovery, and insolvencies. He also frequently represents clients in corporate litigation and compliance-related disputes. Dieter practiced several years in Moscow and has broad experience advising and representing clients in disputes relating to Russia and Central and Eastern Europe.
Dieter is a frequent speaker on litigation and arbitration-related topics and is the author of several dispute-related publications. He is a member of several legal organizations, including DIS, the Law Society in London, and the IBA (International Bar Association).
Be Sued or Be Fined: European Commission Proposes Consumer Protections Expanding Class Actions and Enforcement Powers
- 1. November 2011
DIS40: Die Schiedsgerichtsbarkeit in Russland und den Nachfolgestaaten der Sowjetunion – Praktische Bedeutung für internationale Unternehmen, rechtliche Besonderheiten und die Gretchenfrage nach der Vollstreckbarkeit (Arbitration in Russia and the successor states of the Soviet Union - practical relevance to international undertakings, legal particularities and the crucial question of enforceability)
- September 24, 2010
Ambiguous Arbitration Clauses – consequences and strategies, DIS Regional Group Baltic States
- Second State Examination (Berlin, 1997); University of Hamburg (Dr. jur. 1997); First State Examination (Hamburg, 1994)
- Federal Republic of Germany and England & Wales
- English, French, German, Russian