Before joining Hanefeld Rechtsanwälte, Jan Heiner Nedden, M.M. worked for seven years as counsel in charge of case management of over a thousand arbitrations at the secretariat of the ICC International Court of Arbitration in Paris.
Heiner primarily acts as arbitrator and as counsel in national and international arbitration proceedings. His track record as an arbitrator includes more than 40 proceedings conducted according to the arbitration rules of the ICC, DIS, VIAC, the Danish Institute of Arbitration, the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (SCC), as well as ad hoc proceedings. His expertise has been recognized in international rankings. As counsel, he advises on general and specific issues of arbitration law and strategy and represents clients in proceedings for the enforcement of arbitral awards. He additionally acts as an appointed expert on German law in proceedings before foreign courts. Heiner is co-editor of the article-by-article Practice Commentary ICC-SchO/DIS-SchO. He is a trained mediator and teaches domestic and international arbitration law at the University of Hamburg, the Summer Academy on International Dispute Resolution at the University of Heidelberg and the Swiss Arbitration Academy in Zurich/Geneva. He speaks German, English and French.
Sole arbitrator, co-arbitrator and chairman in arbitral proceedings under the Rules of the ICC, the German Institution of Arbitration (DIS), the Vienna International Arbitral Centre (VIAC), the Danish Institute of Arbitration (Voldgiftsinstituttet), the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (SCC), the Hamburg Commodity Association and in ad hoc proceedings: 25 as Co-Arbitrator, 14 as Chairman, 7 as Sole Arbitrator
Arbitration in general
As Counsel in arbitral proceedings
As Counsel in state court proceedings