Dr. Karsten Faulhaber

Counsel
International Arbitration

Dr. Karsten Faulhaber is a counsel and a member of the International Arbirtration Group in the Düsseldorf offices of Orrick. He has more than 10 years experience as counsel in complex national and international arbitrations. He represents both national and international clients in arbitrations under various rules, e.g. the ICC Rules, the DIS Rules, the WIPO Rules and the Rules of the Chamber of Commerce Hamburg. In addition, he acts as arbitrator in national and international arbitrations. Further, he frequently represents global enterprises in international disputes before the national courts.


Karsten Faulhaber

Recent examples for his work as counsel include: 

  • Representation of an international construction company in various arbitrations relating to an infrastructure project in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
  • Representation of the insolvency receiver of AgfaPhoto GmbH in various arbitrations against the Belgium Agfa Gevaert Group.
  • Representation of an US company in numerous arbitrations regarding supply contracts in the solar business.
  • Representation of a DAX company in an arbitration with a Brazilian enterprise.
Select Publications
  • Permanent author to German leading law data base Juris with regard to Corporate and Commercial Law
  • The authenticity of ok-endorsements of fax-journals (Die Beweiskraft des OK-Vermerks des Telefax-Sendeberichts), Der Betrieb (DB) 2006, S. 376 (with Philipp Riesenkampff, M.B.A.)
  • Consultant Agreements with Company Supervisors under German and UK Law (Beraterverträge mit Unternehmenskontrolleuren im deutschen und englischen Recht), 2004
Languages
  • German
  • English
Admitted In
  • Germany

Education
  • Dr. iur., magna cum laude, University of Freiburg, Faculty of Law, 2004
  • Second State Examination, Freiburg, 2001
  • First State Examination, Tübingen, 1999
Memberships
  • Deutsche Institution für Schiedsgerichtsbarkeit (DIS)
  • German-British Jurists’ Association

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