Georg Scherpf is a member of the international arbitration practice group at Luther and acts as counsel and arbitrator in domestic and international arbitration proceedings. He focuses on international investment law, international contract and energy law disputes. He has acted as lead associate in several complex investment treaty cases (ICSID and ad hoc), in commercial arbitrations seated in Germany, England, Switzerland and Singapore as well as under different institutional rules (DIS, ICC, SIAC and Swiss Rules). Georg sits as arbitrator (sole arbitrator, chair and co-arbitrator) and regularly publishes on arbitration and litigation related topics. Georg studied politics, philosophy and law at Humboldt University and also holds an LLB, with honours, from King’s College London. He practises as a German attorney and as a solicitor (England and Wales).
He is active in various below-40 arbitration groups. Between 2013 and 2016 he acted as regional representative for the German Initiative of Young Arbitrators (DIS40) and since 2016 he has been regional representative for the Young International Arbitration Group (YIAG).
Luther is a leading German commercial law firm offering comprehensive legal and tax services, with more than 350 lawyers and tax advisers. Luther’s arbitration practice group consists of five partners and 12 associates, all of whom devote substantial part of their work on national and international arbitration. Luther has represented clients in proceedings under all major arbitration rules (DIS, ICC, LCIA, SCC, Swiss Rules, UNCITRAL, ICSID, CIETAC and SIAC). In 2015, Luther was listed in the GAR100 for the fourth consecutive year.
WWL says: Georg Scherpf is commended by clients as "very experienced, highly dedicated and extremely responsive".
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