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Dr Oliver Sieg

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Litigation, Arbitration & ADR, Insurance & Reinsurance

Position

Oliver Sieg, based in Düsseldorf, is member and partner in Noerr's litigation, arbitration & ADR practice group and focuses on litigation at first instance and appeal courts, particularly in complex and cross-border disputes. He is experienced in representing parties in arbitration proceedings, especially according to DIS or ICC rules and ad hoc. He has also been appointed as arbitrator. Dr. Oliver Sieg is specifically committed to the education and formation of young lawyers and law students

Career

Admitted in 1995; Joined Noerr in 2002.

Languages

Speaks German (native language), English and French.

Member

DIS – German Institute for arbitration; VGR-Gesellschaftsrechtliche Vereinigung (Association for corporate law); Member of the Advisory Committee of the Research Centre for Insurance at the University of Münster; Expert and Legislative Committee for Insurance Law of the German Bar Association; Head of the regional Düsseldorf bar Committee for Insurance Law; Industrieclub Düsseldorf

Education

Educated at the Universities of Bonn, Cologne, Cambridge (England), Speyer and Münster.


Germany: Dispute resolution

Commercial litigation

Within: Commercial litigation

Noerr frequently handles bank and capital markets-related litigation alongside contentious product liability and insurance law matters. Christine Volohonsky has been representing an international trading group in various contentious issues pertaining to a joint venture, and acted for Kommunale Wasserwerke Leipzig before the Court of Appeals in London for payment claims from derivatives. Stefan Blum defended Sal. Oppenheim against several damage claims brought by investors for alleged faulty investment advice provided on Oppenheim-Esch fund matters, while team head Michael Molitoris represented various companies of an international automotive supplier in product liability proceedings for airbags including recall negotiations and recourse claims. Other key individuals include Oliver Sieg and newly promoted partner Sophia Habbe.

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Germany: Insurance

Insurance litigation

Within: Leading individuals

Oliver Sieg - Noerr

Within: Insurance litigation

Noerr stands out for its ‘excellent industry knowledge’, which, after Tanja Schramm’s and Henning Schaloske’s move to Clyde & Co LLP in September 2016, is predominately called upon by policyholders, while the team still maintains its close contacts with primary insurance and reinsurance companies. Oliver Sieg has been acting for an international energy company in asserting claims against fidelity insurance companies for unauthorised speculative transactions in the derivatives trading business. This competence in insurance, corporate and banking law proves to be a particular strength of the team, which is also played out in D&O, product liability and major damage sector work. In the latter segment, the team assisted an international company in the energy industry with the enforcement of a claim for damages to a hydroelectric power plant against a company and liability insurer. Thomas Heitzer heads the team, which includes the ‘very competentHelmut Katschthaler.

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