Dr Matthias Hadding > Dentons > Dusseldorf, Germany > Lawyer Profile

Dentons
KÖ-Quartier
Breite Straße 22
Düsseldorf, 40213
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Germany

Work Department

Litigation and Dispute Resolution

Position

Dr. Matthias Hadding, LL.M, FCIArb is a counsel in Dentons’ Dusseldorf office and a member of the Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice group. He is specialised in international commercial arbitration and has extensive experi-ence in construction engineering and post-M&A disputes. Another key focus of his work is global commercial disputes, including the representation of clients in mass-litigations. Dr. Hadding also advises on project development, including the drafting, negotiation and enforcement of commercial contracts as well as advising on project risk management.

Career

  • Counsel, Dentons, Dusseldorf, 2019 to date
  • Senior Associate, Clifford Chance, Dusseldorf, 2018-2019
  • Associate, Clifford Chance, Dusseldorf, 2015-2018

Memberships

  • Fellow, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb)
  • Member, International Council for Commercial Arbitration (ICCA)
  • Member, German Arbitration Institution (DIS)

Education

University of Oxford, 2020, Diploma in International Commercial Arbitration

University of Würzburg, 2016, Dr. iur.

Admitted to the bar, Germany, 2015

Legal clerkship, 2013-2015, Hamburg, Frankfurt, Vilnius

King’s College London, 2012, MA

University of Osnabrück, 2011, LL.M.

University of Bonn, 2010, Legal studies

University College London, 2007, Legal studies

Lawyer Rankings

Deutschland > Streitbeilegung > Commercial Litigation

Das Streitbeilegungsteam von Dentons liefert Expertise zu Konflikten mit kartell- und kapitalmarktrechtlichen Bezügen und fokussiert sich stark auf die Sektoren Energie, Automotive und Anlagenbau. Schlüsselkontakte sind der in Anlagenbauprojekten versierte Counsel Matthias Hadding, Co-Praxisleiter Heiko Heppner mit Erfahrung zu strittigen Wettbewerbsrechtsthemen sowie Co-Leiter Thomas Nebel, dessen Schwerpunkt bei internationalen handelsrechlichen Disputen liegt. Darüber hinaus begleitet man praxis- und jurisdiktionsübergreifende Streitfällen und dies regelmäßig in Kooperation mit dem internationalen Netzwerk.

Deutschland > Streitbeilegung > Arbitration (einschließlich internationaler Arbitration)

Dentons begleitet zahlreiche strittige Themen mit Schwerpunkten auf den Bereichen Bau- und Anlagenbau sowie Post-M&A. Sehr aktiv ist die Einheit bei jurisdiktionsübergreifenden Verfahren, für die man als in das globale Netzwerk integrierte Gruppe prädestiniert ist. Co-Leiter Heiko Heppner beschäftigt sich schwerpunktmäßig mit Schiedsverfahren zum Investitionsschutzrecht, während Co-Leiter Thomas Nebel einen schiedsrechtlichen Fokus im Anlagenbau vorweisen kann. Der in grenzüberschreitenden Schiedsverfahren versierte Matthias Hadding ist ein weiteres zentrales Teammitglied. Zum Mai 2021 wechselte die in Engineering- und Baustreitigkeiten versierte Amy Kläsener zu Jones Day, gefolgt von Courtney Lotfi im  Januar 2022, die bei derselben Einheit als Of Counsel einstieg.

Germany > Dispute resolution > Commercial litigation

Dentons‘ dispute resolution team provides expertise in disputes related to antitrust and capital markets law and has a strong focus on the energy, automotive and plant engineering sectors. Key contacts are counsel Matthias Hadding, who is experienced in plant construction projects, co-practice head Heiko Heppner, who is adept at contentious competition issues, and co-head Thomas Nebel, who focuses on international commercial disputes. In cooperation with its international network, the team also regularly advises on interdisciplinary and cross-jurisdictional disputes.

Germany > Dispute resolution > Arbitration (including international arbitration)

Dentons advises on numerous contentious issues with a focus on construction and plant engineering as well as post-M&A. The practice is very active in cross-jurisdictional proceedings, for which the team is particularly well equipped due to its integration within the firm’s global network. Co-head Heiko Heppner focuses on arbitration proceedings relating to investment protection law, while co-head Thomas Nebel has a focus on arbitration law in plant construction. Matthias Hadding is experienced in cross-border arbitration and another key team member. Amy Kläsener, who is experienced in engineering and construction disputes, left for Jones Day in May 2021, followed by Courtney Lotfi in January 2022, who joined the same entity as of counsel.