Alfred Siwy is a founding partner of Zeiler Floyd Zadkovich. His practice focuses on international commercial arbitration, investment arbitration and international litigation. Alfred Siwy has some 10 years of experience, acting as an arbitrator and counsel in numerous ad hoc and administered arbitration proceedings, including proceedings under the Vienna Rules (VIAC), ICC Rules of Arbitration, UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules, Rules of Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (SCC), as well as ICSID arbitration proceedings. He is a listed arbitrator of VIAC.
Alfred Siwy is the author of numerous articles and books on international arbitration, including Dispute Resolution in Austria (with Zeiler, Heider, Nueber and Schumacher; Kluwer, 2015), a commentary on Austrian arbitration law, Austrian Arbitration Law (edited by Zeiler, 2016). He is the co-editor of The European Convention on International Commercial Arbitration – A Commentary (2019, Kluwer).
Alfred obtained his law degrees from the University of Vienna (master’s degree 2003; doctorate, 2011) and King’s College London (LLM, 2006). In 2005, he was awarded a certificate in international arbitration (TMC Asser Institute, the Netherlands) and since 2011 he has been a member of the Austrian Bar. He is also a solicitor in England and Wales. Before joining Zeiler Floyd Zadkovich, Alfred co-founded zeiler.partners and was, inter alia, an attorney at law in a major Austrian law firm.
Zeiler Floyd Zadkovich is an international commercial law firm with offices in New York, Vienna, London, Mexico City, Chicago, Houston and Sydney. One of the main practice areas the firm specializes in is international commercial arbitration, adding to employment, shipping, litigation, commodities and energy specializations.