Schellenberg Wittmer represents a client in a EUR 580 million arbitration

Schellenberg Wittmer has successfully represented a German engineering company against an Eastern European owner in a EUR 580 million arbitration under the ICC Rules seated in Zurich related to the construction of a large industrial plant under a series of contracts.

The ICC or International Court of Arbitration is the world’s leading arbitral institution which purpose is to ensure proper application of the ICC Rules, as well as to assist parties and arbitrators in overcoming procedural obstacles. 

The team consisted of dispute resolution partners Katherine Bell (pictured left), Christopher Boog (pictured centre) and supported by senior associate Sebastian Coulon Bauer (pictured right) among other members..