Rudolf K. Fiebinger
Am Getreidemarkt 1
Lecturer, Dr. Richter Law Courses (1986–1979); Assistant to the chairman of the board of Austroplan de Mexico S.A (an international settlement developer in Mexico City) (1977–1978); Associate with the law offices of Heller, Löber, Bahn & Partner (today Freshfields) Vienna and Dr. Johannes Patzak, Vienna (1980–1986); Clerkship at several Courts in Vienna; February 1987 Establishment of own legal offices at Grillparzer Straße 7, 1010 Vienna; April 1990 Founding Partner of Fiebinger Polak Leon & Partner.
Select List: Chairman of a Tribunal under the Vienna Rules in a dispute in the energy sector between a Slovak party on the one hand and another Slovak party and a German party on the other hand (USD 60 million); Chairman of an ICC Tribunal in a dispute between a central Asian state and a contractor in the utilities sector (USD 90 million); Chairman of an ICC Tribunal in a dispute between an Italian and an Iranian company relating to aperformance bond (construction); Chairman of an ICC Tribunal in a telecommunication dispute between an EU company and a CEE company (EUR 1,3 billion); Party appointed arbitrator in an ICC arbitration concerning a (construction) joint venture between an Iranian, a Swiss and an Austrian party under Iranian and Austrian law (USD 20 million); Party appointed arbitrator in an ICC arbitration between two US engineering companies relating to the mechanical works of a steel mill in a Central European Country (USD 27
million); Party appointed arbitrator in an ICC arbitration in Switzerland (under Austrian law) relating to a construction dispute (USD 11 million); Co-arbitrator in an ICC arbitration over a dispute between lessor and lessee because of environmental defects (USD 11 million); Lead Counsel in an arbitration under the Vienna Rules to a steel producer against a Central European privatization agency relating to the privatization of a steel company (EUR 11 million); Lead Counsel in an ad hoc arbitration in a dispute relating to a Design-Build-Contract
(EUR 12 million); Lead Counsel in an UNCITRAL arbitration in a dispute between a global construction company and a Central European State under a Design–Build–Finance–Operate (DBFO) agreement (EUR 65 million); Lead Counsel in an ad hoc arbitration relating to a construction dispute (EUR 22 million); Co-counsel in an arbitration under the Vienna Rules regarding a joint venture between an European company on the one hand and a large US Group and a former Soviet Republic (USD 180 million); Party representative for shareholders in arbitration and litigation against one of Austria’s best known consumer brand companies; Party representative in arbitration proceedings
between a US investor, a world leading beverage company and a central Asian state (value USD 120 million), and representative of this party as a defendant in challenge proceedings of an arbitral award; Party representative for the state owned Slovenian energy company in arbitration against an Italian energy company concerning the recognizability of certificates of origin. Most of the above arbitrations were/are held in English. The remainder in Spanish, German or French. The applicable laws include civil laws from many European countries; Turkish, Iranian and Algerian law; English and US law.