Am Dickhäuterplatz 18
D-76275 Karlsruhe/ Ettlingen
Associate with Peltzer & Riesenkampff, attorneys at law, Frankfurt/Main, (1975–1978); now: CMS Hasche Sigle–banking and general commercial law; Partner of Hoffmann, Raeschke-Kessler, Liebs, attorneys at law, Düsseldorf, (1979–1985); now: Hoffmann Liebs Fritsch Ruhe– general commercial and environmental law; since 1986 Rechtsanwalt beim Bundesgerichtshof (member of the bar of the German Federal Supreme Court)
Member of the ICC Commission on International Arbitration, Paris; Member of the Board of the German Arbitration Institution– DIS; past Vice-Chair IBA–Committee D (on International Arbitration); past member Working Group IBA Rules of Evidence in International Arbitration 1999 and its 2010 revision; past member Working Group IBA–Guidelines on Conflicts of Interest in International Arbitration; past Vice President LCIA European Users Council; Fellow Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
ICC, LCIA, DIS, International Arbitral Centre of the Austrian Federal Economic Chamber in Vienna, SIAC, klrcA
Permanent service as chairman, co-arbitrator or sole arbitrator in institutional (ICC, LCIA, DIS) or ad hoc international arbitrations including investment arbitrations
Numerous publications on matters of procedural and substantive law i.a.: The International Arbitration Review 2011, Chapter 14, Germany, pp. 172 et seq; Discovery in International Commercial Arbitration ? in Böckstiegel/Berger/Bredow (ed.), The Taking of Evidence in International Commercial Arbitration, volume 26, Carl Heymanns Verlag 2010, pp. 45 et seq.; Corruption in Foreign Investment - Contracts and Dispute Settlement between Investors, States, and Agents, in: The Journal of World Investment & Trade, Vol. 9, No. 1, February 2008, pp. 5-33.; Witness Conferencing – a modern tool for an effective evidentiary hearing, in: Table Talk, Lunchtime addresses, The International Arbitration Club, 2007, pp. 53-58; The Arbitrator as Settlement Facilitator, in Arbitration International Vol. 21, No. 4, 2005, p. 523; Some Aspects of International Public Policy in International Commercial Arbitration, in: The Relevance of Public International Law in International Arbitration – ILA/DIS Arbitration Day 2004, DIS-Materialien 11/05, p. 73 ff.; Corrupt Practices in the Foreign Investment Context: Contractual and Procedural Aspects, in: Arbitrating Foreign Investment Disputes, Studies in Transnational Economic Law, Horn/Kröll (ed.), 2004, p. 471 ff.; The Production of Documents in International Arbitration – a Commentary on Art.3 of the New IBA-Rules of Evidence, Arbitration International 2002, p. 411 ff.; Glossner/Raeschke-Kessler, The Preamble of the IBA Rules of Evidence – An Agenda for Modern Proceedings in International Commercial Arbitration in: Law and Justice in a Multistate World – Essays in Honor of T. von Mehren, 2002, pp. 503 et seq. The UNIDROIT Principles in Contemporary Contract Practice, ICC Bulletin – Special Supplement 2002: UNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Contract, p. 99 ff.; Some Developments on Arbitrability and Related Issues, ICCA Congress Series No.10, 2000, p. 44 ff..