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6th Annual GAR Live Frankfurt

Law Business Research


When: Tuesday, 28 May 2019

Where: Frankfurt, Germany


Daniel Busse

Allen & Overy

Dr Daniel Busse heads Allen & Overy's German arbitration practice. He deals exclusively with arbitration and is one of Germany’s top arbitration lawyers. He is listed in the top band of all relevant directories, including Chambers (Global and Europe, where the top band for arbitration counsel in Germany consists of only three practitioners). Daniel Busse predominantly represents clients in investment treaty, corporate (especially "post-M&A"), energy, infrastructure projects and general commercial matters. He also frequently acts as an arbitrator; he has done so in more than 50 cases, ten of which as chairman of the tribunal or sole arbitrator. Daniel Busse also serves on the boards and/or task forces of international arbitration groups and institutions, such as the ICC, IBA, KLRCA and ARIAS Europe. He also was a member of the (three-member) DIS Appointing Committee and the Drafting Committee in charge of revising the DIS Arbitration Rules.

Anke Meier


Anke Meier, partner in the Frankfurt office of Noerr LLP, is admitted to practice as an attorney in Germany and New York. She has acted as counsel for international and domestic clients in more than 50 arbitrations conducted under various arbitration rules as well as in ad hoc arbitration proceedings, including expedited cases and interim measures. Additionally, she serves as arbitrator on a regular basis. Anke has broad experience in commercial and investment arbitration with a particular focus on disputes in the energy sector. She is frequently involved in post-M&A disputes, construction disputes and disputes arising out of supply contracts.

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12 June 2019
Frankfurt, Germany