Axel Heck attorney-at-law
10117 Berlin, Germany
Donovan Leisure Newton & Irvine (Paris, 1984-86; New York, 1977-84); Clerkship, Directorate General for Competition, EU Commission, Brussels (1973-74)
New York State Bar Association (Member, Executive Committee, International Section); Berlin Bar Association
American Arbitration Association, International Dispute Resolution Center (Commercial Panel); German Institution of Arbitration; ICC (Member, Arbitration Commission)
Chairman, sole arbitrator, arbitrator, and counsel in numerous institutional and in ad hoc cases. Proceedings conducted to date were in the English, French, and/or German languages, involved parties from the following countries: Australia; Austria; Belgium; Egypt; England; France; Germany; Greece; India; Italy; Japan; Luxemburg; Nigeria; Philippines; Poland; Rumania; Russia; Spain; Sweden; Switzerland; United States; and the following industries: airlines, automotive, construction, construction management, fashion, financial services, franchising, high tech, hotel management, IP, IT, leisure parks, machinery, media, optical, paper, pharmaceuticals, reinsurance, telecoms
ICC Legal Handbook on Global Sourcing Contracts, Chapter 14 Disputes (2007); U.S. Misinterpretation of the Hague Evidence Convention, 24 Colum. J. Transnat’l L. 231 (1986), cited by the Federal Republic of Germany, the Republic of France, the Solicitor General of the United States, and other amici curiae in the Aérospatiale case; Hague Conference on Private International Law, Permanent Bureau, Prel. Doc. No. 10, The Mandatory / Non-Mandatory Character of the Evidence Convention (December 2008) at fns. 8 and 31.Transnational Litigation, 18 Int’l Law. 793 (1984), cited by the U.S. Supreme Court in Aérospatiale (J. Blackmun, diss. in part), 482 U.S. 522, 565 (1987).