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Click here to enlarge.   Hans BAGNER IAI Member   
Advokatfirman Morssing & Nycander AB
Convendum, Regeringsgatan 48
103 65 Stockholm
Sweden
Tel: + 46.76.62.30.327
Tel: +46.85.87.05.100
hans.bagner@mornyc.com
http://www.morssingnycander.com

 
 
Languages   Swedish (native); English (fluent); German (good working knowledge)
   
Nationality   Sweden
   
Bar Admission   Sweden - 1965
   
Education   University of Michigan Law School (Master of Comparative Law/MCL - 1963); University of Stockholm (Juris Kandidat/LLB - 1959)
   
Academic  
Position  
Visiting Professor - Louisiana State University (International Trade Law); Lecturer (International Commercial Arbitration) - Stockholm University Faculty of Law (2003-)
   
Experience  
as Arbitrator  
Chair, Sole arbitrator, or member of the tribunal in numerous international arbitration proceedings, ad hoc (including UNCITRAL) and under the aegis of the ICC, AAA, LCIA, and the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (SCC)
   
Experience  
as Counsel  
Numerous international arbitration proceedings, ad hoc (including UNCITRAL) and under the Rules of the ICC, AAA, LCIA, and SCC (mostly joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions, supply of goods and services, bilateral investment, licensing, construction, oil and gas, and general contractual matters)
   
Publications  
Relating to  
Arbitration  
• Internationella handelskammarens skiljedomsregler [ICC Arbitration Rules] (Norstedts Juridik, 2d ed. 2001)(with L. Hjerner and S. Jarvin)

Numerous articles and case notes, including:

• "Arbitrator Impartiality–The End Result," 22(11) Int'l Arb. Rep. 21 (2007)

• "Stockholm Arbitration Institute" and "Sweden," in Arbitration World, at cxxi and 357 (2d ed. 2006) (with M. Rosengren)

• "Arbitrator Impartiality – Appearance Is Everything," 21(6) Int'l Arb. Rep. 26 (2006)

• "How to Avoid Conflicting Awards," 5(1) J. World Inv. 31 (2004)

• "Country Report - Sweden," in International Comparative Legal Guide to International Arbitration 2006, at 400 (with K. Håstad)

• "Swedish Court Rejects Challenge of the Czech Republic," IBA Committee D Newsletter, Vol.VIII, No. 2, at 24 (Sept. 2003)

• "The CME v. Czech Republic case," 2003(2) Stockholm Arb. Rep. 167

• "Swedish Appeals Court 'Strikes Delicate Balance' In Czech Republic v. CME," 18(6) Int'l Arb. Rep. 34 (2003)

• "The Confidentiality Conundrum in International Commercial Arbitration," 12(1) ICC Bull. 18 (2001)

• "Confidentiality—A Fundamental Principle in International Arbitration," 18(2) J. Int’l Arb. 243 (2001)

• "Nya bevisregler för internationella skiljeförfaranden [New Rules on Evidence in International Arbitration]," 2000-01(2) Juridisk Tidskrift 431

• "Confidentiality In International Commercial Arbitration Practice In Sweden–Back on Track," 14(4) Int'l Arb. Rep. 25 (1999)

• "Confidentiality In Arbitration," 14(1) Int'l Arb. Rep. 18 (1999)

• "Internationella Handelskammarens (ICC) nya skiljedomsregler [ICC's New Rules]," 1997-98(2) Juridisk Tidskrift 514

• "Expedited Arbitration Rules: Stockholm and WIPO," 13(2) Arb. Int’l 193 (1997)
   

 
   
 
 
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