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Baker McKenzie

Dr Heiko Haller

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Baker McKenzie's Litigation/Arbitration Practice Group in Germany

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Partner

Career

Heiko Haller concentrates his practice on complex international arbitration proceedings with a special focus on large construction, infrastructure and information technology. The core of his activity form proceedings relating to renewable energies and projects in the nuclear industry (joint ventures; offshore wind farms; construction, requalification and uprates of nuclear power plants).

Heiko is also acting as arbitrator.

He published several articles on international arbitration proceedings and has spoken extensively on these topics.

Heiko is head of the German-Austrian Dispute Resolution Group and manages Baker McKenzie's EMEA International Arbitration Group (sub-group Post-M&A Disputes).

Languages

  • English
  • French
  • German
  • Spanish

Education

  • Rheinland-Pfalz (Assessor Exam) (2007)
  • University of Trier (Dr. iur.) (2006)
  • University of Trier (Referendar Exam) (2003)


Germany: Dispute resolution

Arbitration (including international arbitration)

Within: Arbitration (including international arbitration)

The ‘outstanding’ arbitration team at Baker McKenzie is best known for its expertise in the construction, plant engineering and infrastructure sectors and frequently handles post-M&A disputes with representations in the Asiatic region on the increase. Recently, Günter Pickrahn advised an Asian manufacturing conglomerate on several post-M&A arbitrations. When dealing with infrastructure matters, the team is well versed in handling energy sector work, as demonstrated by representing the claimants Steag and EVN in an ICC arbitration against a general contractor consortium associated with the Japanese firm Hitachi; the dispute concerned construction delays of the coal-fired power station in Duisburg-Walsum and subsequent additional costs and was handled by Pickrahn, Jörg Risse and the ‘very experienced and pragmaticRagnar Harbst. Heiko Haller is recommended.

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Commercial litigation

Within: Commercial litigation

Baker McKenzie routinely deals with construction and plant engineering sector instructions alongside post-M&A disputes, frequently including cross-border elements with Asia, and has notable experience in matters related to compliance, product liability and energy law. Utilising this expertise, Heiko Haller acted for an auditing firm in a potential liability case pertaining to the assessment of an onshore wind farm portfolio. In other work, he has been representing a bank in proceedings related to the financing of a power plant project. Axel Hamm is acting for a group of companies in the energy sector in a dispute over the construction of solar systems, and Peter Stankewitsch represented a company from the aluminium production sector in a dispute over the delivery of defective production equipment. Key individuals include Jörg Risse, Ragnar Harbst and team head Günter Pickrahn.

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