In an arbitration proceeding, professional arbitrators appointed by the parties pass awards with the effect of a court judgment. This form of out-of-court settlement is becoming increasingly popular since it is not public, relieves the official courts and provides for a specialisation and professional competence of the arbitrators. The formal arbitration proceeding is regulated in Sections 1025 to 1066 Code of Civil Procedure (ZPO) (so-called ad-hoc arbitration). In construction matters, however, the parties prefer to agree on the construction-specific rules of arbitration issued by various institutions. The jurisdiction of an ordinary court is excluded in arbitration clauses.
The implementation of complex arbitration proceedings which, other than proceedings before ordinary courts, are generally decided in just one instance, requires a broad range of experience. We have experienced countless arbitration proceedings in our professional practice from various perspectives - from the perspective of the party representative, in the role of the expert or as independent decision-makers. With our large inter-disciplinary team, we can advise on large proceedings with the required personnel resources at any time.