Answer Kazakhstan - Arbitration Law and Practice in Central and Eastern Europe

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Christoph Liebscher,
Alice Fremuth-Wolf
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Originally fromĀ Arbitration Law and Practice in Central and Eastern Europe

1. The total number of respondents to the questionnaire was 1. The following is a summary of his respective answers.
2. Personal experience in arbitration and ADR
2.a The respondent has acted as arbitrator and counsel in the following number of cases:

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About the Editors:
Christoph Liebscher is Head of Arbitration at Wolf Theiss. Having obtained an MBA at Insead (Fontainebleau), he worked in management positions in Germany, France, former Czechoslovakia, Poland, and other European countries before returning to the legal profession. Amongst others he is a member of the ICC Commission on International Arbitration, the LCIA and was a member of the Expert Group for the Reform of the Austrian Arbitration Law and of the ICC International Court of Arbitration from 2003 - 2009, . Dr. Liebscher is listed as an arbitrator with the International Arbitral Centers of several Economic Chambers in Central Europe. He currently lectures on International Commercial Arbitration at the University of Salzburg.

Alice A. Fremuth-Wolf studied law at the University of Vienna (Dr. iur.) and at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LL.M.). She served as an assistant at the Institute of Civil Procedural Law at the University of Vienna, and as an associate with Wolf Theiss (Vienna) and Baker & McKenzie (Vienna) before opening her own law firm in Vienna in 2004. Ms. Fremuth-Wolf is experienced as an arbitrator and party-representative in international commercial arbitration proceedings in English and German.