Dr. Friedrich Rosenfeld

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Dr. Friedrich Rosenfeld ist als Parteivertreter in Schieds- und Gerichtsverfahren, als parteibenannter Gutachter und als Schiedsrichter tätig. Sein fachlicher Schwerpunkt liegt im Schiedsverfahrensrecht sowie im Völkerrecht.

Dr. Rosenfeld studierte an der Bucerius Law School in Hamburg und an der Columbia Law School in New York. Vor seiner Tätigkeit bei Hanefeld Rechtsanwälte war er als Consultant für die United Nations Assistance to the Khmer Rouge Trials in Kambodscha tätig. Dr. Rosenfeld ist Global Adjunct Professor of Law an der NYU Law in Paris, Lehrbeauftragter für Investitionsschiedsgerichtsbarkeit an der Bucerius Law School sowie Visiting Professor für Schiedsgerichtsbarkeit an der International Hellenic University in Thessaloniki. Im Jahre 2014 war er Global Hauser Fellow from Practice & Government an der NYU School of Law. Er spricht Deutsch, Englisch, Französisch und Spanisch.

Parteivertretung in Schiedsverfahren
Vertretung deutscher und ausländischer Unternehmen in nationalen und internationalen Schiedsverfahren

  • Schiedsorte: Deutschland, Niederlande, Japan, Türkei, Schweiz
  • Anwendbares Recht: Deutsch, Türkisch, Katarisch, Niederländisch, Japanisch, internationales Recht

Schiedsrichtertätigkeit
Einzelschiedsrichter, Mitschiedsrichter und Vorsitzender nach den Regeln der International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), der Deutschen Institution für Schiedsgerichtsbarkeit (DIS), des Dänischen Schiedsinstituts (DIA), des International Centre for Dispute Resolution (ICDR), des Vienna International Arbitral Centre (VIAC), des Drogen- und Chemikalienvereins, der Hamburger Handelskammer sowie in ad hoc Verfahren.

  • Schiedsorte: Deutschland, Schweiz, Dänemark, USA, Österreich
  • Anwendbares Recht: Griechisch, Englisch, Deutsch, Dänisch, Österreichisch

Parteivertretung in Prozessen / Gutachtertätigkeit

  • Vertretung von Unternehmen und Staaten (Schwerpunkt: grenzüberschreitende Streitigkeiten, Vollstreckung von Schiedssprüchen)
  • Parteibenannter Gutachter zu völkerrechtlichen Fragen
  • Experte und Consultant für verschiedene Internationale Organisationen
  • Schiedsverfahren in den Bereichen Investitionsschutz, post M&A, privates Baurecht, Energie, Handel
  • Völkerrecht und Verfahren mit Staatenbeteiligung
  • Deutsch
  • Englisch
  • Französisch
  • Spanisch
  • Seit 2011
    Rechtsanwalt bei Hanefeld Rechtsanwälte, Hamburg
  • 2011
    Consultant bei der United Nations Assistance to the Khmer Rouge Trials (UNAKRT), Phnom Penh
  • 2008 - 2010
    Referendariat in Hamburg mit Auslandsstationen beim UN-Straftribunal für Rwanda in Arusha, beim UN-Straftribunal für das ehemalige Jugoslawien in Den Haag sowie bei K&L Gates LLP in Paris
  • 2007 - 2010
    Wissenschaftlicher Assistent am Lehrstuhl von Prof. Dr. Dr. Rainer Hofmann, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt a.M.
  • 2007 - 2009
    Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter bei Hogan Lovells LLP, Hamburg
  • 2008
    Promotion zum Dr. iur. (summa cum laude), Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt a.M.
  • 2002 - 2007
    Studium der Rechtswissenschaften an der Bucerius Law School in Hamburg und der Columbia Law School in New York (Stipendium der Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes)
  • 2005
    Praktikum bei der IOM in Genf, Bereich Claims Programmes
  • 2004
    Praktikum bei der Deutschen Botschaft in Lima, Peru
  • Global Adjunct Professor of Law, NYU Law in Paris (seit 2016)
  • Visiting Professor für Schiedsgerichtsbarkeit, International Hellenic University, Thessaloniki (seit 2013)
  • Lehrbeauftragter für Internationales Investitionsschutzrecht, Bucerius Law School (seit 2014)
  • Lehrbeauftragter für Internationales Investitionsschutzrecht, Universität Hamburg (2013/2014)
  • Global Hauser Fellow from Practice and Government, NYU School of Law (2014)
DateTitleEventCityCountry
2019International vs. Domestic Standards in ArbitrationSingaporeSingaporeSingapore
2019Arbitral awards - What they are and what they are notNew York UniversityNew YorkUSA
2018ISDS: Taking stock of criticism and proposals for reformSciences PoParisFrance
2018Conflict of LawsBucerius Law SchoolHamburgGermany
2018Limits to Party Autonomy in International Commercial ArbitrationISTACIstanbulTurkey
2018Hamburg Arbitration SchoolHamburg Arbitration SchoolHamburgGermany
2018THAC NYU Arbitration ClassThai Arbitration CenterBangkokThailand
2018The Law Applicable to Legal Privilege in International ArbitrationConference on Conflicts of Law in International ArbitrationViennaAustria
2018The Hardening of Soft Law in International ArbitrationNational University of SingaporeSingaporeSingapore
2017Inherent Powers of International Adjudicators to Reconsider and Revise their DecisionsSciences PoParisFrance
2017The Protection of Weak Parties in International Commercial ArbitrationArbitration Santo Domingo ConferenceSanto DomingoDominican Republic
2017Diverging Approaches towards the Set-Aside of Arbitral Awards3rd International Arbitration CongressIstanbulTurkey
2017International Commercial Arbitration / Challenges of Arbitrators / Recognition and Enforcement of Arbitral AwardsSeminar of NYU and the Thai Arbitration CentreBangkokThailand
2017Weak Parties in International ArbitrationConference on the Launch of the Cambridge Compendium on International ArbitrationViennaAustria
2017Rule of Law and ArbitrationILA Committee Meeting, ViennaViennaAustria
2016Choice of Law Approaches in International ArbitrationExpert WorkshopTilburgGermany
2016The Backlash against Investment ProtectionWalther Schücking InstituteKielGermany
2016The Rome Regulations in International ArbitrationConference on the Impact of EU Law on International Commercial ArbitrationNew YorkUSA
2016Changing Paradigms of Investment Protection – TTIP and Beyond12th International M&A ConferenceMilanItaly
2016Seminar on International ArbitrationHanoi Law UniversityHanoiVietnam
2016Recent Developments in Energy Investment ArbitrationAIJA CongressMunichGermany
2016Procedural Challenges in International ArbitrationSummer School in Transnational Commercial Agreements, Litigation and ArbitrationVicenzaItaly
2016Modernising International Investment Agreements and Investor-State Dispute Settlement MechanismsOECD Capacity Building WorkshopJordanJordan
2016Recent Challenges of Investment ArbitrationLions ClubHamburgGermany
2016The Investment Chapter of TTIPAmerica CenterHamburgGermany
2015Introduction to Investment ArbitrationHamburg Arbitration SchoolHamburgGermany
2015The Proposal for a New Investment CourtExpert WorkshopTilburgGermany
2015The Future of Arbitration under TTIPFall conference of DSJVBerlinGermany
2015Limits to Party Autonomy to Protect Weak Parties in International Commercial ArbitrationConference hosted by NYUNew YorkUSA
2015Early dismissal of claims in investment arbitrationN.N.TübingenGermany
2015The distinction between admissibility and jurisdiction in international arbitrationIX International Seminar on Private International LawMadridSpain
2015How to win an arbitration on weak pointsGenerations in Arbitration conferenceViennaAustria
2015Security for costs in international arbitrationBelgrade Arbitration ConferenceBelgradeSerbia
2014The Use of Investment Arbitration to Overcome Compliance Deficits with the New York ConventionN.N.Mexico CityMexico
2014Violating the New York Convention as Grounds for Claims under BITsConvergence and Divergence of Investment and International Commercial Arbitration conferenceSanto DomingoDominican Republic
2014Bridging the Gap between Commercial and Investment Arbitration at the Enforcement StageNYU Global Fellows ForumNew YorkUSA
2014The State of the International Law on ReparationsInternational Criminal CourtThe HagueNetherlands
2014Recent Developments in Investment ProtectionDIS40 North eventHamburgGermany
2014Possible Paradigmatic Changes in the Settlement of International InvestmentJoint ASIL/ILA MeetingWashington, D.C.USA
2013Interplay of Public and Private Paradigms in International Investment ArbitrationDIS40 eventFrankfurt am MainGermany
2013Investment arbitrationInternational Law Association ConferenceAthensGreece
2013Dispute Resolution in International Financial TransactionsGlobal Law WeekNew YorkUSA
2013N.N.Conference on the Development of Procedural Forms and Methods of Dispute ResolutionYekaterinburgRussia
2013Investment arbitrationEuropean Lawyers ForumNew YorkUSA
2012Seminar on arbitrationN.N.EriwanArmenia
YearTitleSource
2019Weak Parties in International Commercial ArbitrationA. Bjorklund / S. Kröll / F. Ferrari, The Cambridge Compendium on International Arbitration
2019The Law Applicable to Legal Privilege in International ArbitrationF. Ferrari / S. Kröll, Conflicts of Laws in International Arbitration, Juris
2019Limitations to Party Autonomy in International Commercial ArbitrationA. Bjorklund / S. Kröll / F. Ferrari, The Cambridge Compendium on International Arbitration (co-author)
2019The Law Applicable to the Merits in International Commercial Arbitrationforthcoming in: A. Bjorklund / S. Kröll / F. Ferrari, The Cambridge Compendium on International Arbitra-tion (co-author) (2019)
2019Chapters on Expropriation, Fair and Equitable Treatment, State Responsibility & Compensation, Consent to Arbitrate and the Future of Investment ArbitrationF. Ferrari, Nutshell on Investment Arbitration
2019The Hardening of Soft Law in International Arbitration7 No. 2 European Review of International Arbitration (2019), 19 - 36, Juris
2018Inherent Powers of Arbitrators (Mitherausgeber)Juris 2018
2018The Hardening of Soft Law in International Arbitrationforthcoming in: European Review of International Arbitration (2018)
2018Inherent Powers of International Adjudicators to Reconsider and Revise their Decisions6 No. 2 European Review of International Arbitration (2018), 127 – 147, Juris 2018
2017Límites a la Autonomía de las Partes en Arbitraje InternacionalX Revista de Arbitraje Comercial y de Inversiones (2017), 335 – 386 (co-author)
2017The Rome Regulations in International Arbitration - The Road Not Takenin: F. Ferrari, The Impact of EU Law on International Commercial Arbitration, 245 - 283, Juris 2017
2017Iura Novit Curia in International Law6 European Review of International Arbitration (2017), 131 - 160, Juris 2017
2016Chapter 10: GermanyJørgensen (ed.): Finding, Freezing and Attaching Assets, March 2016
2016Arbitral Praeliminaria - Reflections on the Distinction between Jurisdiction and Admissibility after BG v. Argentina29 No. 1 Leiden Journal of International Law (2016), 137 - 153, Cambridge University Press
2016Yukos revisited - A Case Comment on the Set-aside Decision in Yukos Universal Limited (Isle of Man) et al. v. RussiaIPrax (2016), 478 - 483 (coauthor)
2016Security for Costs in ICSID Arbitration - A Case Note on RSM v. St. LuciaArbitration International (2016) 1 - 10, Oxford University Press
2016Limits to Party Autonomy to Protect Weak Parties in International Commercial Arbitrationin: F. Ferrari, Limits to Party Autonomy in International Commercial Arbitration, 417 - 438, Juris (2016)
2016Regime Interactions between the New York Convention and International Investment Law - On Bridging the Gap between Commercial and Investment Arbitration at the Enforcement Stage12 No. 2 NYU Journal of Law & Business (2016), 295 - 317 (co-author)
2016Early Dismissal of Claims in Investment Arbitrationin: A. Kulick (ed.), Contracting Parties’ Reassertion of Control over International Investment Agreements and International Investment Treaty Arbitration, Cambridge University Press (2016), 83 - 102
2016Abstract Interpretations in International Investment Lawin: P. Pazartzis / M. Gavouneli (ed.), Reconceptualising the Rule of Law in Global Governance, Resources, Investment and Trade, Hart Publishing, Oxford (2016), 331 - 343
2014The Trend from Standards to Rules in International Investment Law and its Impact upon the Interpretive Powers of Arbitral Tribunalsforthcoming in: American Society of International Law, Proceedings of the Annual Meeting
2014Case Note: Higher Regional Court of Frankfurt, 18 December 2014, 26 Sch 3/13, Validity of Arbitration Clauses in Intra-EU Bilateral Investment TreatiesOxford Database on International Law in Domestic Courts 2389
2013The New UNCITRAL Transparency Rules: How the Trend towards Transparency differs in Investment and Commercial ArbitrationMüller, Rigozzi (Hrsg.), New Developments in International Commercial Arbitration 2013, November 2013, 41 - 63
2013The illegality of investments in light of market access provisionsLima Arbitration - Revista del Círculo Peruano de Arbitraje N° 5 (2012/2013), 195 - 206
2013Mass Claims in International LawJournal of International Dispute Settlement (2013), 159-174, Oxford University Press
2013Case Note: Higher Regional Court of Frankfurt 10 May 2013, 26 SchH11/10, Arbitration clauses in Intra-EU BITs1 Belgian Review of Arbitration (2013), 169 - 177
2013Case Note: Higher Regional Court of Frankfurt, 30 January 2013, III ZB 40/12, Immunity in the Proceedings for Recognition and Enforcement of an Arbitral AwardOxford Database on International Law in Domestic Courts 2177
2012Individual Civil Responsibility for the Crime of Aggression10 No. 1 Journal for International Criminal Justice (2012), pp. 249 et seq., Oxford University Press
2012The Systemic Integration of International Investment Treaties and the New York ConventionNYU Transnational Notes, 5 December 2012
2011The Nationality of Corporations in International Investment Lawin: C. Tietje / G. Kraft / M. Lehmann (eds.), Essays on Transnational Economic Law, Report of the International Law Association, German Branch, Sub-Committee on Investment Law, pp. 52 et seq. (co-authored)
2010Collective Reparation for Victims of Armed Conflict92 No. 879 ICRC Review (2010), pp. 731 et seq., Cambridge University Press
  • Dr. Friedrich Rosenfeld [ist ein] "brillanter Kopf".
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  • Dr. Friedrich Rosenfeld ist "entscheidungsstark".
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  • American Society of International Law
  • Asia International Arbitration Centre, List of Arbitrators
  • Bucerius Center for International Dispute Resolution (Member)
  • Bucerius Alumni Group on Public International & European Law (Co-chair)
  • European Organization for Mediation and Arbitration, List of Arbitrators
  • German Institution of Arbitration (DIS/DIS40)
  • Hamburg Arbitration Circle
  • ICC Young Arbitrators Forum
  • ICC Task Force on Arbitration of Climate Change Related Disputes (Member)
  • ICDR Young & International
  • International Bar Association, Arbitration Committee
  • Young ICSID
  • International Law Association, Member of the Committee on Reparation for Victims of Armed Conflict (2011-2014)
  • International Law Association, Alternate Member of the Committee on Rule of Law and International Investment Law (since 2015)
  • Vienna International Arbitration Centre, List of Arbitrators
  • Korea Commercial Arbitration Board (KCAB), Panel of International Arbitrators
  • Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC), Reserve Panel of Arbitrators
  • Thailand Arbitration Center (THAC), Panel of Arbitrators