Dr Justus Jansen (Litigation Lawyer of the Year 2019/2020, BestLawyers) is Head of the Dispute Resolution practice group at GSK Stockmann since 2014.
The team has 23 members and is thus considered one of the largest dispute resolution teams in Germany with widely recognised expertise and track record in commercial, banking & finance, energy, international plant engineering and corporate disputes as well as in post-M&A disputes. In addition, investment protection proceedings have become an elementary part of the Dispute team’s ongoing advisory practice.Currently, the firm is involved in a large number of arbitration proceedings under the rules of the German Arbitration Institute (DIS), of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), under the Belgian Arbitration Rules (CEPANI), under the rules of the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA, currently 17 proceedings alone) as well as ad hoc arbitration proceedings. Justus Jansen is himself is regularly active as arbitrator as well as in arbitrator’s expert proceedings.
- Specialisation: international arbitration and complex court proceedings
Lawyer profile: https://www.gsk.de/en/lawyers/dr-justus-jansen/
- Lawyer at GSK Stockmann since 2014
- Member of the Task Force of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) on Climate Change related Disputes
- Lecturer for Litigation and Arbitration Law and Corporate Law at the Hamburg School of Business Administration (HSBA) in the MA and MBA Programme since 2011
- Lecturer for Dispute Resolution and Private International Law at the International School of Management (ISM) in Hamburg from 2014 to 2015
- Employment in a law firm for international business law, thereof 2010 to 2014 as partner
- Doctorate (Dr. jur.) in Hamburg
- Studies at the Universities of Hamburg, Constance, Bordeaux (Université Michel de Montaigne, France), Cambridge (Sidney Sussex College, Great Britain) and Perugia (Italy)
- Post-Brexit enforcement of court rulings – current developments in the transition period
- Securing payment transactions in international trade
- Arbitral proceedings – efficient and effective during times of COVID-19?
- Sanity Check for Your Contracts – New ICC Force Majeure and Hardship Model Clauses
- Impact of the coronavirus pandemic on contractual relationships