As Counsel: 15+
Governing Laws in Cases Handled: France, Germany, Switzerland, United States (Georgia)
Places of Arbitration in Cases Handled: Lausanne (Switzerland), The Hague (The Netherlands), Vancouver (Canada), Zürich (Switzerland)
Sectors and Practice Areas in Cases Handled: Commerce, Trade, Distribution, Intellectual Property, Sports, Professional Services, Infrastructure Technology
Represented a communications technology company in various litigation matters before German courts for intellectual property and contractual claims
Represented a South American manufacturer of medical products against a Portuguese pharmaceutical wholesaler in a matter involving the jurisdiction of German courts
Represented two food distributors against claims of a Turkish food manufacturer for alleged trademark infringement before German courts
Represented a French consultancy firm in a conciliation/arbitration matter against a United Nations organization with an energy efficiency project in the Republic of Congo
Represented a German consulting agency in a dispute against a European professional football club in arbitration proceedings before the CAS
Prior to joining BODENHEIMER, Leonard L. Heller worked, inter alia, with a disputes team of a major German law firm (Hamburg) as well as in the department of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (Berlin) handling the ICSID arbitration proceedings against the 13th amendment to the Atomic Energy Act (13. Atomgesetznovelle).
Bucerius Alumni e.V.
Deutsche Institution für Schiedsgerichtsbarkeit e.V.
Leonard L. Heller studied law at Bucerius Law School (Hamburg) and at Tulane Law School (New Orleans, Louisiana, USA).