Performance as a Remedy: Specific Issues Relating to Competition - Chapter 15 - Performance as a Remedy: Non-Monetary Relief in International Arbitration: ASA Special Series No. 30

Siegfried H. Elsing
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18 pages
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PDF from "ASA Special Series No. 30: Performance as a Remedy"
May, 2011
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Siegfried H. Elsing is a Partner in the Düsseldorf office of Orrick Hölters & Elsing, is a member of the firm’s International Arbitration and Corporate Groups. He also served as a member of Orrick’s Executive Committee. Mr. Elsing co-founded the prominent German law firm Hölters & Elsing in 1989 and oversaw the firm’s merger with Orrick in 2009. He now guides Orrick, Hölters & Elsing, Orrick’ German arm, both as a foundation member and senior partner for Germany. Mr. Elsing is admitted as an attorney both in Germany and New York. He graduated from Münster Law School (Dr jur) and holds an LLM from Yale Law School. He is a frequent lecturer and author on the topics of international arbitration and comparative law and is honorary professor at Heinrich-Heine-University, Faculty of Law, Düsseldorf, where he teaches international commercial arbitration and international civil procedure. Mr. Elsing is a member of numerous leading arbitral institutions and international and domestic associations. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the American Arbitration Association (AAA) and was a former Chair of the Mediation Committee 2007/2008 of the International Bar Association (IBA).