Rouven F. Bodenheimer

Dr. Rouven F. Bodenheimer, M.A. FCIArb

Dr. Rouven Bodenheimer specialises in conflict resolution and renders advice on corporate law and construction law in particular. Besides civil court proceedings he has been involved in numerous arbitration cases governed both institutionally (DIS, ICC, LCIA, SCC, DIAC and CAS) as well as ad hoc arbitration. He has garnered significant experience as co-arbitrator, sole arbitrator, chairman and counsel in various arbitration proceedings both domestically and internationally. He is particularly experienced in disputes involving difficult technical issues and complex commercial aspects. His expertise lies in fields as diverse as infrastructure, energy, construction and intricate financial transactions.

Dr. Bodenheimer has lectured mediation and international arbitration at the joint Master’s programme of two prestigious German universities.

Dr. Bodenheimer regularly publishes articles, book reviews and book contributions in the field of international arbitration and dispute resolution.

In May 2014 Dr. Bodenheimer was appointed co-chair of the DIS40, the under-40 client member organization of the German Institution for Arbitration, as well as being an active client member of the International Bar Assocation’s arbitration committee and within that a peer-appointed founding client member of the steering committee of the under- 40 arbitration group. He is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (FCIArb).

Dr. Bodenheimer speaks German, English, Dutch and French.

Practice Areas

Advertising, Anti-Bribery and Corruption, Antitrust/competition, Asset Management, Construction, Corporate and M&A, Corporate Governance and Compliance, Creditiors Rights/Collections, Data Protection/Safe Harbor, Employment and Benefits, Intellectual Property, International Trade, Litigation, arbitration and dispute resolution, Real Estate, Restructuring, Trade Practices, and Conveyancing

Business Sectors

Energy, Hotels and Leisure, Industrial and Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Transport, Media, Mining and Metals, Real Estate, Retail and Consumer Goods, and Technology