The Danish Institute of Arbitration (DIA) was founded in 1981 by joint initiative of a number of Danish professional associations including the Danish Bar and Law Society and the Danish Society of Engineers. The institution was created with the objective of promoting arbitration as a method of dispute resolution. It manages and supervises both international and domestic cases.

The DIA Rules of Arbitration Procedure were revised most recently in 2013. They are available in Danish, English, German, French, Chinese and Russian. The DIA also provides for its own Rules of Procedure for Mediation 2015, and Rules regarding Legal/Technical Opinions in IT Cases.

BODENHEIMER HERZBERG REPRESENTATIVE MATTERS AS ARBITRATORS

Acted as Sole Arbitrator in a DIA arbitration between a Danish manufacturer and seller against a Dutch company created to market and distribute claimants’ products. The dispute revolved around claims arising out of contract, distribution, trademark and IP, with Danish Law as the governing law and Copenhagen as the place of the arbitration (Dr Rouven F. Bodenheimer)

Acted as Sole Arbitrator in a DIA arbitration between a Polish manufacturer and a Danish distributor. The dispute revolved around claims arising out of contract and delivery of the goods, with CISG as the governing law and Copenhagen as the place of the arbitration (Dr Rouven F. Bodenheimer)

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