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RA Dr. iur. Werner Jahnel

Stampfenbachplatz 4
8006 Zürich

Fon+41 58 105 2100
Fax+41 58 105 2160
Austria, Graz 1972

Present Position
Counsel, LALIVE, Zurich

Training / Professional Experience
Training: Magister der Rechtswissenschaften, University of Graz and University of Lyon II (1995); Master's degree in international studies (specialisation in public international law and international business law, Graduate Institute of International Studies in Geneva (1996-1998); Ph.D. University of Graz (2001)

Professional experience: Since 2008 LALIVE Zurich/Geneva; 2006-2008 Monereo, Meyer & Marinel-Lo Abogados, Barcelona/Madrid; 2002-2005 Andreas Reiner & Partners, Vienna; 2006/1999-2001 legal counsel/counsel ad hoc at ICC in Paris (1999-2001, 2006) and counsel ad hoc

Areas of specialisation
International arbitration and commercial law; advise of private clients on international estate planning and inheritance law matters

Arbitral experience
Extensive experience as counsel and arbitrator in ad hoc and institutional proceedings (ICC, Swiss Rules, LCIA, CEPANI, Vienna Rules, SCC, Tribunal Arbitral de Barcelona and Corte de arbitraje de la Cámara de Comercio de Madrid), and subject to various procedural and substantive laws

Membership in professional associations
DIS, ASA, AutArb, CEA (Spanish Arbitration Association)

Lecturer for international arbitration, Northwestern University, Chicago; adjunct professor for international arbitration, Instituto de Empresa (IE) Law School, Madrid

Selection of publications: Revision der Swiss Rules - erhöhte Effizienz und Flexibilität, SchiedsVZ, 4/2012, p. 169-177 (with Dr Bernd Ehle); ICC Schiedsgerichtsordnung 2012, ECOLEX, 1/2012, p. 35-39; Kommentar zur ICC Schiedsgerichtsordnung, Institutionelle Schiedsgerichtsbarkeit, 1st and 2nd edition (2005/2010), Prof. Rolf A. Schütze, Heymanns Verlag, Berlin (with Prof. Andreas Reiner); Freezing of assets held by foreign parties in Swiss banks, In: Litigation, Arbitration and Dispute Resolution 2010 (Digital Guide, Executiveview.com), p. 144-146; Anti-suit and anti-arbitration injunctions in international arbitration: A Swiss perspective, 2009, International Arbitration Law Review, Vol. 12, Issue 4, 2009, p. 66-73 (with Mr Matthias Scherer)

Language Skills
German English French Spanish

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