Germany (Mitglied der Rechtsanwaltskammer Berlin | Member of the Berlin Bar)
As Counsel: 30
As Secretary to the Arbitral Tribunal: 2
Governing Laws in Cases Handled: CISG, EU Law, France, Germany, Ireland, Turkey, UNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Contracts, Virginia
Places of Arbitration in Cases Handled: Basel (Switzerland), Berlin (Germany), Munich (Germany), Paris (France), Singapore, Vienna (Austria)
Sectors and Practice Areas in Cases Handled: Banking & Finance, Corporate, Competition, Construction, Distribution, Energy, Infrastructure, IP, IT, Media, Mining, Real Estate, Telecommunication
Acted as Administrative Secretary in a VIAC arbitration between a US engineering company against an Austrian manufacturer revolving around claims arising out of a contract for the design of aviation components, with Austrian as the governing law and Vienna as the place of the arbitration.
Acted as Administrative Secretary in a DIS arbitration between a Scottish manufacturer against a German contractor revolving around claims arising out of a construction contract for the planning and construction of a plant, with German law as the governing law and Munich as the place of the arbitration.
Represented a European environmental consulting company in conciliation under the UNCITRAL Conciliation Rules, in a contract dispute against an Executive Board of the United Nations General Assembly.
Advised a German food wholesaler on legal risks arising out of reimporting brand products from Turkey to Germany, under the Ankara Association Agreement and its Additional Protocol
Advised a Turkish app developer on litigation avoidance strategies with regard to alleged breach of contract claims put forward by a U.S. marketing platform
Represented a Turkish logistics company in statutory claims, against multiple German waste management companies, in connection with multiple incomplete waste shipments from Germany to Turkey
Advised a multinational online media agency on a set of contracts for a novel, innovative mobile marketing technology, involving mobile network operators, original end manufacturers, and distributors
Represented a German distributor in ICC arbitral proceedings against two French B2B tech companies in a matter pertaining to commercial agent’s commission and indemnity claims, under French law, and Directive 86/653/EEC
Prior to joining BODENHEIMER, Ms Bakırcıoğlu (Erdoğmuş) practiced at Herzberg Legal (Berlin, Germany) and Kolcuoğlu Demirkan Koçaklı (Istanbul, Turkey).
German Institution of Arbitration (DIS), Turkish German Lawyers Association (TDAV), ArbitralWomen,
Young ICCA, ICC YAF, LCIA YIAG, DIS 40, Young ISTAC, Turkish Ethics and Reputation Society (Turkey)
Ms Bakırcıoğlu (Erdoğmuş) holds a Postgraduate Master of Laws, International Dispute Resolution (LL.M.), Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (Germany). She is a graduate of Istanbul Bilgi University, Faculty of Law (Turkey).