Arne Fuchs is recognised as “one of Germany’s future leaders in investment arbitration” and wins high praise as “a very smart lawyer” who is “really making a name for himself”.
Arne Fuchs specialises in international commercial and investment treaty arbitration. He has experience with disputes conducted under the ICSID Convention, ICC, HKIAC, LCIA, Swiss, DIS and UNCITRAL ad hoc rules, as well as with pure ad hoc arbitration. Arne advises clients from a broad range of industries with a particular focus on large construction and infrastructure projects, energy projects and international sales contracts. In matters of investment protection, he advises both investors and governments. In addition to his role as counsel, Arne is also acting as (sole) arbitrator and has served as secretary of the tribunal in numerous international arbitrations (commercial and treaty).
Arne regularly speaks at international conferences and teaches training courses and workshops on dispute resolution. In 2017, he was appointed by the ICC International Court of Arbitration as regional representative for the Europe and Russia chapter of the ICC YAF (with a 2017–2019 mandate). He is a fellow of the Malaysian Institute of Arbitrators (FMIArb).
Arne studied law at the University of Augsburg and obtained a LLM degree from the George Washington University Law School in Washington, DC, where he focused his studies on public international law and international arbitration. He also successfully completed an advanced training programme in German and International Arbitration at the University of Frankfurt and American University’s Washington College of Law seminar on international commercial arbitration.
Arne is fluent in English and German and has a working knowledge of French. He reads Spanish.