Hamburg, Germany (PRWEB) July 10, 2013
Primerus Chair of the International Arbitration and Litigation Practice Group, Professor Dr. Eckart Brödermann, partner of Brödermann Jahn, chairs one of the first (if not the first) Chinese Arbitrations with three foreign Arbitrators.
This multibillion dollar CIETAC (China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission) arbitration in Shanghai appears to be the first CIETAC arbitration ever to have three foreign arbitrators.
Professor Dr. Brödermann has been specializing in various aspects of Chinese related legal matters for more than 30 years. In order to create an arbitration alternative for tailor-made Chinese arbitration outside China, jointly with the Hamburg Chamber of Commerce and law firms from around the globe, Professor Dr. Brödermann set up CEAC (the Chinese European Arbitration Centre) in Hamburg (Germany) on behalf of the Hamburg Bar Organization in 2008. Eckart now manages this jointly with a Chinese Professor and members of staff from the Hamburg Chamber of Commerce.
In June 2013, Eckart published a Law Review Article on CEAC in the Journal of International Arbitration Vol. 30, which may be a helpful tool when contemplating a CEAC clause in China related contracts. In April 2013, Eckart was invited to chair the finals of the prestigious Willem C. Vis Moot Competition in Vienna, in which 2,500 students from 192 universities in 69 countries participated.
During his LL.M.-Thesis at Harvard University in 1983, Eckart analyzed Chinese-related arbitration cases (at that stage limited to the maritime industry). Professor Brödermann also teaches international arbitration, including Chinese arbitration, at Hamburg University.
About Brödermann Jahn
Brödermann Jahn considers the law as a tool to increase the economic success of the firm’s clients and restore balance to their businesses.
With the help of legal strategy development, case management and modern negotiation techniques, Brödermann Jahn is generally successful in finding solutions which are economically viable and legally sound.
Thereby, the firm economizes time and costs. Even litigation is very often an instrument within the tool-box of general case planning. The attorneys of Brödermann Jahn all love their profession and the legal work connected with it (most of the firm’s attorneys have written at least one legal book). This gives them the enthusiasm and strength the firm needs to make clients’ projects even more successful.
Furthermore, Brödermann Jahn is not only young in spirit and experienced as a “can-do” law firm in fighting to achieve their clients desired objectives in transactions or dispute settlements. The firm also measures up in terms of sophistication and horsepower that they bring on the road to firms much larger than Brödermann Jahn. It is an intricate part of the firm’s philosophy to grow not for growths sake, but so as to remain fiercely competitive where they need to expand while always striving to maintain their internal fabric of friendship, loyalty, mentoring of junior lawyers, as well as fun on the job.
Brödermann Jahn is a member of the International Society of Primerus Law Firms.