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Arnecke Sibeth Dabelstein

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Berlin, Dresden, Frankfurt am Main, Hamburg, Leer, Munich

Dr Marco Remiorz

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Arnecke Sibeth Dabelstein

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shipping law/ transport law/ logistic projects/ aviation


Lawyer and service provider to the (Transport) industry since 2001; comprehensive knowledge of drafting and negotiation of project, delivery and logistics agreements for freight forwarders, shipping companies, airlines, airports, offshore companies, trade and the manufacturing industry; solution oriented advice on transport liability, cargo and hull damage for all carriers, insurers and P&I Clubs, experienced litigator, arbitrator. He joined Dabelstein & Passehl in 2004, became a partner in 2008, deputy managing partner in 2013 and Managing Partner of Arnecke Sibeth Dabelstein since 2018.


Marco held the position of the President of the Commission on Transport Law at the AIJA (International Association of Young Lawyers) from 2008 – 2011 as well as deputy chairman of the Transport Law Committee of the ABA (American Bar Association, International Law Section) from 2011 – 2015. Currently he is a lecturer on transport law (Helmut-Schmidt-Universität) and insurance law (University of Hamburg).


German English French


American Bar Association SIL,(former vice chair Transport comittee), past president AIJA Transport law comittee , German Transport Law Association, German Maritime Arbitration Association (GMAA), International Bar Association.


Marco qualified as a German lawyer in January 2001. After studying law at Bonn University and Université de Lausanne he worked with the legal department of a major German subcontractor for the automotive industry and thereafter moved to an international law firm in Fresno, California. Marco Remiorz was employed with a transport- and insurance law orientated law firm in Hamburg from 2001 until 2004. He obtained his legal doctorate at the Technical University of Dresden in 2005.


cooking, golf, running

Germany: Transport

Transport law

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Marco Remiorz - Arnecke Sibeth Dabelstein

Within: Transport law

Following the merger of Arnecke Sibeth and Dabelstein Passehl to form Arnecke Sibeth Dabelstein in May 2018, the group now has a broader offering and, in addition to its many years of experience in road and air transport, also has expertise in maritime transport law. Under the leadership of Holger Bürskens, Ulrich Steppler, Marco Remiorz and Jan Dreyer, the team advises national and international airlines, freight forwarders, shipowners, carriers, logistics companies, trading companies, handlers, industrial companies, insurers and underwriters at six locations on the entire spectrum of transport law, with a particular focus on the support of logistics projects and the drafting of framework logistics contracts. Another focus is handling contentious work; the group regularly acts on liability proceedings for core client FedEx.

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