Nils C.Kupka

European Counsel

法蘭克福 + 49.69.9726.3939

Nils Kupka advises and represents clients in a wide range of dispute resolution matters with a particular focus on litigation.

Nils' caseload includes contentious matters in the financial services sector, follow-on disputes against mass claim litigation vehicles, and insurance and insolvency-related matters. In addition, Nils has acted as counsel in post-M&A disputes under the Rules of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and of the German Arbitration institute (DIS).

Nils has represented a range of clients, including those in the financial services, TMT (technology, media, and telecommunications), automotive, and engineering sectors.

He speaks German, English, and Dutch.


  • Charge Construct sold to ace GroupJones Day advised the shareholders of Charge Construct GmbH on the sale of their shares to the newly formed ace Group, which is part of the portfolio of EMERAM Capital Partners.
  • General contractor defends dispute relating to construction of large coal cooking plant in GermanyJones Day is representing a general contractor in German court litigation (Duisburg Regional Court), in connection with a dispute stemming from the construction of a large coal cooking plant in Duisburg.
  • OVHcloud acquires gridscaleJones Day advised OVHcloud, the European Cloud leader, in the acquisition of the German company gridscale, a software provider specialized in hyperconverged infrastructures.
  • Automotive supplier defends against cartel damage claimsJones Day represents an international automotive supplier in cartel damage follow-on action.
  • Leading semiconductor group defends against alleged damage claimJones Day defends leading semiconductor group in international arbitration proceedings against claims for alleged damages in relation to the development of a highly innovative microchip.
  • Lighting manufacturer and supplier defends breach of contract accusationsJones Day successfully represented a lighting manufacturer and supplier accused of breach of contract under German law.