Hans G. Bagner
Morssing & Nycander
PO Box 7009
SE-103 65 Stockholm
Since January 2017, he is Senior Counsel at Morssing & Nycander Advokatbyrå AB, a boutique dispute resolution firm in Stockholm. Hans has served as the Swedish member of the International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce in Paris (1996-2002), as a member of the executive committee of the Swedish Arbitration Association (2007-2011), as a member of the working party that prepared the IBA Rules on the Taking of Evidence in International Arbitration (1999), and he also assisted in the preparation of the revision resulting in 2010 Rules. Hans often participates as a speaker at international conferences.
Swedish Member, ICC International Court of Arbitration (1996–2002); Member, ICC Commission on International Arbitration (2003–); Panel of Arbitrators, International Centre for Dispute Resolution (ICDR), the international division of American Arbitration Association; Member, Member of the Executive Committee of the Swedish Arbitration Association (2007-2011); Squire Sanders & Dempsey, Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A. 1963/1964; Vinge, London/Stockholm 1964–2009; FRANK, (2010–2011), MAQS Advokatbyrå AB, (2012- 2016), Morssing & Nycander (2017-).
Chairman, sole arbitrator, member of the tribunal or counsel in numerous international arbitration proceedings, ad hoc (including UNCITRAL) and under the aegis of the ICC, AAA, LCIA, and the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (SCC).
International Commercial Arbitration; served since the mid-70s as party counsel or arbitrator in more than two hundred international commercial matters before the ICC International Court of Arbitration, the London Court of International Arbitration, AAA, SCC, or ad hoc arbitrations; Domestic Commercial Arbitration; served during the 1970s as a permanent member of a Swedish government-sponsored trade dispute tribunal dealing with travel industry matters.
Internationella handelskammarens skiljedomsregler [ICC Arbitration Rules], Andra upplagan (Norstedts Juridik, 2d ed. 2001) (co-authored with L. Hjerner and S. Jarvin); Numerous articles and case notes; some recent publications are the following; “How to Avoid Conflicting Awards,” 5(1) J. World Inv. 31 (2004); “Country report—Sweden,” in International Comparative Legal Guide to International Arbitration 2005, at 330; “Swedish Court Rejects Challenge of the Czech Republic,” IBA Committee D Newsletter, Vol. 8, No. 2, at 24 (Sept. 2003); “The CME v. Czech Republic case,” 2003(2) Stockholm Arb. Rep. 167; “Swedish Appeals Court ‘Strikes Delicate Balance’ in Czech Republic v. CME,” 18(6) Mealey’s Int’l Arb. Rep. 34 (2003); “The Confidentiality Conundrum in International Commercial Arbitration,” 12(1) ICC Bull. 18 (2001); “Confidentiality—A Fundamental Principle in International Arbitration,” 18(2) J. Int’l Arb. 243 (2001); “Nya bevisregler för internationella skiljeförfaranden [New Rules on Evidence in International Arbitration],” Juridisk Tidskrift 431; “Confidentiality in International Commercial Arbitration Practice in Sweden—Back on Track,” Mealey’s Int’l Arb. Rep. 25 (1999); “Internationella Handelskammarens (ICC) nya skiljedomsregler [ICC’s New Rules],” 1997–98(2) Juridisk Tidskrift; “Expedited Arbitration Rules: Stockholm and WIPO,” 13(2) Arb. Int’l 193 (1997); “Stockholm Arbitration Institute”, Arbitration World, 2nd edition, 2006, p. cxxi, together with Mattias Rosengren; The International Comparative Legal Guide to: International Arbitration 2006, Global Legal Group, chapter about Sweden, p. 400, together with Klara Håstad; Arbitrator Impartiality—Appearance Is Everything; Mealey’s Int’l Arb. Report June 2006; Arbitrators’ Independence and Impartiality, JFT, 4-5/2011; ICC Arbitration Rules (2012) translated into Swedish, published in 2014.