The biggest advantage of using arbitration for settling corporate claims lies in the fact that the arbitral proceedings and the awards can be kept confidential. This contributes to warding off damages to the public image of a company or to their market value.

Read more on types of corporate cases and our associated services in our Corporate Practice Area section.

Certain arbitral institutions have introduced specialized rules for corporate arbitration. This is the case with the German Institution of Arbitration – DIS – and, for instance, HKIAC.

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BODENHEIMER HERZBERG REPRESENTATIVE MATTERS AS ARBITRATORS

Acted as Co-Arbitrator in a DIS arbitration between two German parties, a seller of shares and a buyer of shares, revolving around post-transaction corporate claims, with German and Swiss Law as the governing laws and Frankfurt as the place of the arbitration. Case reached settlement (Axel Benjamin Herzberg)

Acted as Co-Arbitrator in an Ad-Hoc arbitration between a local and a regional chapters of a German nationwide charitable aid agency, regarding claims arising out of association and corporate law, with German Law as the governing law and Cologne as the place of the arbitration (Axel Benjamin Herzberg)

Acted as Co-Arbitrator in a domestic Ad-Hoc arbitration in Germany between a member of a research organization against a medical research body, revolving around claims arising out of association law, media and defamation, with German Law as the governing law and Cologne as the place of the arbitration (Axel Benjamin Herzberg)