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RA Tim Rauschning

Luther Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH
Gänsemarkt 45
20354 Hamburg

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German, Hamburg 1986

Present Position
Tim Rauschning works at Luther since 2014 and dedicates his practice entirely to commercial and investment arbitrations, including related court proceedings. He is specialised on the energy and infrastructure sector and has a focus on Latin America.

Training / Professional Experience
He studied law in Passau (Germany), Tours (France) and Kiel (Germany). At Kiel University, he was later also a lecturer in a master programme. He completed his legal traineeship (Referendariat) at the Higher Regional Court of Hamburg, with postings in Hamburg and New York. He was admitted to the German bar in 2014. In 2017, he made a secondment in the arbitration department of a major Brazilian law firm in São Paulo/Brazil. He is a Regional Co-Chair of the DIS40 and regularly speaks and publishes on arbitration as well as investment law topics.

Areas of specialisation
Tim Rauschning advises and represents clients in complex disputes relating to commercial and corporate law, in the energy and infrastructure sector, as well as in investment disputes. He is also experienced with complex damage issues concerning business valuations. As a member of Luther’s Latin America Team, he also advises European and Latin American clients in cross-border disputes.

Arbitral experience
He has represented clients in ad hoc and institutional (including DIS, ICC, and ICSID) arbitrations seated, inter alia, in Germany, Switzerland, and the United States.

Membership in professional associations
German Arbitration Institute (DIS & DIS40); Club Español de Arbitraje (CEA & CEA40); European-Latinamerican Arbitration Association (ELArb); Business Association for Latin America (LAV & LAV juniors); ICC YAF etc.

Digest of ICSID Awards and Decisions: 2008-2010, Oxford University Press (forthcoming); Project Finance: Germany, Getting the Deal Through; Germany [A Review of German Arbitral Jurisprudence in 2014/15 and 2015/16], The European Arbitration Review 2016, 2017; German Federal Supreme Court paves states additional route to escape enforcement of foreign arbitral awards, IBA Arbitration News (Sept. 2013).

Language Skills
German, English, Spanish, Portuguese, French

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