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Dr. Tilman Niedermaier

CMS Germany

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Arbitration clauses in long-term contracts: how long does the parties’ will to arbitrate last?

Global - November 22 2018 The decision of the Higher Regional Court Munich (“OLG Munich”) deals with the validity of an arbitration clause in a long-term purchase agreement for...

Dr. Evgenia Peiffer.


Disputes Under Multi-Party Contracts - Who May Be Party?

Germany - February 7 2018 On 23 November 2017, the Higher Regional Court Saarbrücken rendered a judgment on whether an arbitration clause modelled on the DIS model arbitration...

Falco Kreis.


Cartel Damages Claims - Claims Arising Out of Contracts?

Germany - November 27 2017 On 13 September 2017, the Regional Court of Dortmund (“LG Dortmund”) passed a judgment on whether cartel damages claims fall within the scope of an...

Susanne Schwalb.


Experts’ Failure to Disclose - When Does It Taint the Arbitration?

Germany - October 26 2017 On 2 May 2017, the German Federal Supreme Court ("BGH") issued a decision dealing with the question when grounds for the challenge of an expert give...

Falco Kreis.


Tribunals on Arbitrators’ Fees - Judging for the Parties or Themselves?

Germany - July 11 2017 The decision of the German Federal Supreme Court ("BGH") deals with the limits of the competence of arbitral tribunals to decide on the arbitrators'...

Falco Kreis.