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Dr. Tilman Niedermaier

CMS Germany


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The wind of change: Is a change of heart in ancillary court proceedings possible?

Germany - June 19 2019 On 12 April 2019, the Higher Regional Court Frankfurt rendered a decision on the question whether a party, which had invoked an arbitration agreement...

Falco Kreis.

To disclose or not to disclose: Frankfurt court ruling sets precedent for arbitrator challenges based on bias

Germany - May 14 2019 On 24 January 2019, the Higher Regional Court of Frankfurt am Main (OLG Frankfurt) passed a decision dealing with the scope of an arbitrators' duty to...

Dr. Evgenia Peiffer.

With or without you - When does a corporation's arbitration agreement include its directors?

Germany - January 30 2019 On 16 January 2019, the Higher Regional Court of Munich (“OLG Munich”) rendered a decision that dealt with the question of whether the personal scope...

Marcus Weiler.

Obedience without order - Application of res judicata where not applicable as a ground for setting aside an arbitral award

Germany - January 25 2019 The decision of the German Federal Supreme Court (“BGH”) deals with the question whether the application of res judicata beyond its scope constitutes...

Dr. Evgenia Peiffer.

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.