Germany (Mitglied der Rechtsanwaltskammer Köln | Member of the Cologne Bar)
As Counsel: 18
As Secretary to the Arbitral Tribunal: 4
Governing Laws in Cases Handled: Brazil, CISG, Denmark, EU, Germany, Ireland, Qatar, Turkey, UAE, Unidroit Principles of International Commercial Contracts, Virginia
Places of Arbitration in Cases Handled: Berlin (Germany), Cologne (Germany), Copenhagen (Denmark), Dubai (UAE), Paris (France)
Sectors and Practice Areas in Cases Handled: Construction, Distribution, Environment, IT, Media, Real Estate, Telecommunication, Tourism
Acted as Administrative Secretary in a DIS arbitration between an Austrian Distributor against an American developer and manufacturer revolving around claims arising out of contract and distribution, with German Law as the governing law and Cologne as the place of the arbitration.
Acted as Administrative Secretary in a DIA arbitration between a Danish manufacturer and seller against a Dutch distributor in the cosmetic industry revolving around claims arising out of contract, distribution, IP, with Danish Law as the governing law and Copenhagen as the place of the arbitration.
Acted as Administrative Secretary in a DIAC arbitration between Qatari and Spanish construction companies revolving around claims arising out of a construction contract, with Qatari Law as the governing law and Dubai as the place of the arbitration.
Acted as Administrative Secretary in a DIAC arbitration between two UAE parties, a manufacturer and a con-struction firm involving claims arising out of a construction contract, with UAE Law as the governing law and Dubai as the place of the arbitration.
Represented Brazilian plant managers in litigation procedures against Brazilian plant owners and U.S. former shareholders, on claims revolving around regulatory issues in the Brazilian Energy Industry.
Represented a Brazilian construction company in litigation against an insolvent Mexican bank, in connection with a build-to-suit commercial lease.
Represented a Brazilian construction company in administrative procedures and in litigation against a Municipality, in connection with environmental compensation and licensing in Brazil.
Prior to joining BODENHEIMER HERZBERG, Ms Dutra held positions, inter alia, with a Brazilian business law firm based in Recife (Brazil).
Ms Dutra holds a Postgraduate Master of Law, International Dispute Resolution, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (Germany). She is a graduate of the Federal University of Pernambuco (Brazil).