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Click here to enlarge.   Hilmar RAESCHKE-KESSLER IAI Member   
Ziemons & Raeschke-Kessler
Rechtsanwälte beim Bundesgerichtshof
Am Dickhäuterplatz 18
D-76275 Karlsruhe-Ettlingen
Germany
Tel: +49.7243.17077
Fax: +49.7243.13144
info@zrk-rabgh.de
http://www.zrk-rabgh.de/

 
 
Languages   German (native); English, French (fluent); Italian (good working knowledge)
   
Nationality   Germany
   
Bar Admission   Frankfurt District Court - 1975
Bundesgerichtshof (German Federal Supreme Court) - 1985
   
Education   University of Chicago (LLM - 1975); Bar Exam (Second State Examination - 1974); Referendar (First State Examination - 1969); Abitur - 1965
   
Academic  
Position  
Honorary Professor - University of Cologne
   
Experience  
as Arbitrator  
Chair, Sole arbitrator or member of the tribunal in numerous domestic and international arbitration proceedings, ad hoc (including UNCITRAL) and under the Rules of the ICC, LCIA, DIS
   
Experience  
as Counsel  
Several domestic and international proceedings, ad hoc and under the Rules of the ICC
   
Publications  
Relating to  
Arbitration  
• "Germany," in The International Arbitration Review (J. Carter ed., 1st ed. 2008 and 6th ed. 2015)

• "The Arbitrator Nominated by an Insolvency Receiver or Liquidator and Conflicts of Interest," 34(4) ASA. Bull. 866 (2016)

• "The Neutrality of an Arbitral Institution - Exemplified by the ICC-Court," in Liber Amicorum en l'honneur de William Laurence Craig 325 (LexisNexis, 2016)

• "The Arbitrability of Intra-corporate Disputes in a German GmbH," in The Practice of Arbitration: Essays in Honour of Hans Van Houtte 195 (P. Wautelet, T. Kruger & G. Coppens eds., Hart Publishing, 2012)

• "Corruption in Foreign Investment – Contracts and Dispute Settlement between Investors, States and Agents," 9(1) J. World Inv. & Trade 5 (2008)

• "The Arbitrator as Settlement Facilitator," 21(4) Arb. Int’l 523 (2005)

• "The Contribution of International Arbitration to Transnational Procedural Law," in Global Reflections on International Law, Commerce and Dispute Resolution, Liber Amicorum in honour of Robert Briner 647 (ICC Pub. No. 693, 2005)

• "Corrupt Practices in the Foreign Investment Context: Contractual and Procedural Aspects," in Arbitrating Foreign Investment Disputes, Studies in Transnational Economic Law 471 (N. Horn and S. Kröll eds., Kluwer, 2004)

• "Public Policy in International Commercial Arbitration," in The Relevance of Public International Law in International Arbitration – ILA/DIS Arbitration Day 2004, DIS-Materials 11/05, at 73

• "The UNIDROIT Principles in Contemporary Contract Practice," in UNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Contract 99 (ICC Pub. No. 642, 2002)

• "The Preamble of the IBA Rules of Evidence – An Agenda for Modern Proceedings in International Commercial Arbitration," in Liber Amicorum von Mehren 503 (Transnational Publishers, 2002)(with O. Glossner)

• "The Production of Documents in International Arbitration – A Commentary on Art. 3 of the New IBA Rules of Evidence," in Liber Amicorum Karl-Heinz Böckstiegel – Law of International Business and Dispute Settlement in the 21st Century 641 (R. Briner, L.Y. Fortier, K.P. Berger, J. Bredow eds., Carl Heymanns Verlag, 2001); reprinted in 18(4) Arb. Int’l 411 (2002)

• "Some Developments on Arbitrability and Related Issues," in International Arbitration and National Courts: The Never Ending Story, ICCA Congress Series No. 10, at 44 (Kluwer, 2000)

• Recht und Praxis des Schiedsverfahrens (3d ed. 1999)(with K.P. Berger)
   
Other  
Connections  
with France  
Member, ICC Commission on International Arbitration; Member, ICC Institute of World Business Law
   

 
   
 
 
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