is a senior associate at the firm. Since 2013, Andreas has represented international businesses and organisations in a broad range of disputes, with a focus on infrastructure, construction, energy, agency, pharma, insurance, banking, and human rights. He has acted as counsel and administrative secretary in numerous arbitration proceedings involving up to one hundred million euros of amount in dispute. Andreas has been involved in cases under ICC, LCIA, SCAI, VIAC and ad hoc arbitration rules involving various legal systems and has particular expertise in disputes involving states and state-owned companies. Andreas is a member of ASAb40, YAAP, Young ITA and the Viennese Attorney's Society UNION. He regularly publishes and speaks on topics in the field of international arbitration. Andreas studied law at the University of Zurich (MLaw UZH) and holds an LLM degree from Georgetown University Law Center (Fulbright Fellow).
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