Markus Burianski

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Head of White & Case’s German arbitration practice, Markus’ work focuses on national and international dispute resolution. He represents German domestic and multinational clients in a variety of court and arbitration proceedings, including those conducted under the ICC, DIS, UNCITRAL, SIAC, VIAC and Swiss rules. In addition, Markus regularly acts as an arbitrator or as a German-law "expert" in international arbitration proceedings. At ease with the multijurisdictional intricacies of international arbitration matters, he has significant experience of supporting clients with complex disputes relating to supply contracts, liability issues (including managing directors’ liability), energy law and post-M&A matters. Markus also regularly advises clients on issues relating to private international law and cross-border litigation (jurisdiction, service, taking of evidence and enforcement). Prior to joining White & Case, Markus worked in Brussels for a renowned US law firm, with a particular focus on litigation relating to competition and international trade law before the courts of the European Union.

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  • German decision on collective redressBörries Ahrens, Charles Balmain, Markus Burianski, Markus Langen, Axel Schulz, Justus Herrlinger, and Lars Teigelack. White & Case Client Alert, March 2015
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