Johannes Landbrecht is a senior associate at Lalive specialising in international arbitration with a focus on energy and IP related disputes. He has acted as counsel to a number of clients (including several Fortune 500 companies) and secretary to arbitral tribunals in numerous international arbitration proceedings under the rules of the ICC, LCIA, Swiss Chambers, UNCITRAL, DIAC, SCC and WIPO, in relation to, inter alia, energy (including gas price revision), infrastructure, construction, agency, joint venture, post-M&A, IP and life sciences disputes. He regularly advises clients on competition law, all areas of private international law, issues of cross-border litigation and enforcement matters. He also has significant experience in mediation.
Dr Landbrecht is lecturer at the University of Zurich and guest lecturer at the Swiss Arbitration Academy. He is a member of numerous professional associations, including the ASA, the DIS, ICDR Young & International, the LCIA’s YIAG, Singapore’s YSIAC and the British Institute of International and Comparative Law (BIICL). He graduated from the University of Konstanz (Mag jur, 2006) and the University of London international programmes (LLB, 2011); he also holds a doctorate from the University of Geneva (2012). Dr Landbrecht regularly publishes on arbitration and disputes related topics, including, most recently, a book on arbitration and mediation in England.
Dr Landbrecht is admitted to the bar in Germany (2008), in England and Wales (2014, barrister, unregistered) and is also registered as a foreign lawyer in Geneva (2012). He practises in English, French and German.
WWL says: Johannes Landbrecht "exceeded all our expectations. He is very well organised, intelligent and hardworking, and very quick in reacting to the other side".
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