Dr. Inka Hanefeld's appointment as Vice President of the ICC International Court of Arbitration has been extended for a second term. Again headed by Alexis Mourre, Inka will be joined by a renewed, gender-equal Court that includes 88 women and 88 men.
We act as counsel and arbitrator in international commercial and investment arbitrations, in addition to conducting litigation, acting in DAB proceedings and other alternative methods of dispute resolution, and acting as legal experts. In all matters, our priority is to maintain a clear partner commitment and to provide the personal attention our clients’ cases require, while monitoring, managing and resolving disputes quickly and cost-effectively.
While boutique in size, our international experience has proven invaluable in cross-border disputes, while our broad professional experiences have equipped us with the necessary legal, linguistic and inter-cultural skills needed to effectively manage cross-border disputes.
The exceptional quality of our work and experience is valued by clients and colleagues across the world and has been recognised in national and international rankings. Our experience and expertise allows us to achieve optimal and efficient solutions in complex arbitrations and litigation for our clients.
Our boutique structure allows us to act in matters in which other firms are unwilling or unable to act due to conflicts of interest. Our clients also benefit from having access to our unique international dispute resolution network.
We regularly involve ourselves in academic assignments, which include publications, lecturing and speaking engagements in the field of dispute resolution at both domestic and foreign universities. While these activities allow us to give back to the legal and business communities, they also ensure that we remain up-to-date with developments and can keep our clients abreast of the latest changes and trends in the fields of dispute resolution.
Dr. Inka Hanefeld has again been recognised by her peers for inclusion in the 10th Edition of 'The Best Lawyers in Germany' for her work in International Arbitration.
‘breaking.through’ has published its interview with Dr. Inka Hanefeld where she discusses the requirements and advantages of self-employment, as well as the various challenges in reconciling family and career at different stages of life.
Hanefeld Rechtsanwälte has been recognised in the 11th edition of the “GAR 100", which consists of the top leading arbitration law firms worldwide. This is the second year in a row that Hanefeld has been included on the list.
Hanefeld Rechtsanwälte received the JUVE 2017 Award as Dispute Resolution Law Firm of the Year.