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Click here to enlarge.   Michael E. SCHNEIDER IAI Member   
35, rue de la Mairie
PO Box 6569
CH-1211 Geneva 6
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Languages   German (native); English, French (fluent); Spanish, Italian, Arabic (knowledge)
Nationality   Germany
Bar Admission   Munich - 1971
Geneva (foreign counsel)
Education   Universities of Munich, Bonn, and Geneva (Assessor iur. - 1970); Graduate Institute of International Studies, Geneva (Comprehensive Doctoral exam - 1968)
as Arbitrator  
Chair, sole arbitrator, or member of the tribunal in numerous international arbitration proceedings, ad hoc (including UNCITRAL) and under the Rules of the ICC, LCIA, and the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe
as Counsel  
Numerous international arbitration proceedings, ad hoc (including UNCITRAL) and institutional (ICC, ICSID, European Development Fund, UNCC, and WTO) (construction and industrial works, licensing, government contracts, foreign investment, joint ventures and corporations, electronic commerce, and telecommunications matters)
• ICC Case No. 11670, M v. T, Final Award, 3 Sep 2003 (excerpts Kluwer)
Relating to  
• Co-editor, Inside the Black Box: How Arbitral Tribunals Operate and Reach Their Decisisions - ASA Special Series No 42 (Juris Publishing, 2013) (with B. Berger)

• Co-editor, Performance as a Remedy: Non-Monetary Relief in International Arbitration - ASA Special Series No 30 (Juris Publishing, 2011) (with J. Knoll)

Several articles on international commercial arbitration, including:

• "The Uncertain Future of the Interactive Arbitrator: Proposals, Good Intentions and the Effect of Conflicting Views on the Role of the Arbitrator," in The Evolution and Future of International Arbitration 379 (S. Brekoulakis, J. Lew, L. Mistelis eds., Kluwer, 2016)

• "Non-Monetary Relief in International Arbitration - An Overview of Principles and Arbitration Practice," in Performance as a Remedy: Non-Monetary Relief in International Arbitration - ASA Special Series No 30 (M. Schneider and K. Knoll eds., Juris Publishing, 2011)

• "The Essential Guidelines for the Preparation of Guidelines, Directives, Notes, Protocols and other Methods intended to help International Arbitration Practitioners to avoid the need for Independent Thinking and to promote the Transformation of Errors into 'Best Practices'," in Liber Amicorum en l’honneur de Serge Lazareff 563 (L. Levy & Y. Derains eds., Pedone, 2011)

• "Commentary on Articles 182 (arbitration procedure) and 184 (evidence) of the Swiss Act on Private Inernational Law," in International Arbitration in Switzerland (S. Berti ed., Kluwer, 2000)

• "Towards More Cost-Effective Arbitration," Arbitration and ADR (IBA), Vol. 3, No. 1 (Apr. 1998) (with D. Hacking)

• "How Fair and Efficient is the United Nations Compensation Commission System? A Model to Emulate?," 15(1) J. Int’l Arb. 15 (1998)

• "Dispute Resolution in International Electronic Commerce," 14(3) J. Int’l Arb. 5 (1997) (with C. Kuner)

• "Combining Arbitration and Conciliation," in International Dispute Resolution: Towards an International Arbitration Culture, ICCA Congress Series No. 8, at 57 (Kluwer, 1996)

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