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Christian Klausegger

partner, Dr. Mag.

Christian Klausegger is a partner in the dispute resolution team and has over 30 years of experience in handling international proceedings before ordinary courts and arbitral tribunals.

He focuses on

  • commercial litigation and arbitration
  • white collar crime
  • insolvency law

Christian Klausegger is recognized as one of the "Leading Individuals" in the field of Dispute Resolution by Legal 500 (EMEA Edition 2019) and is listed by Chambers Global 2019 in Band 1. JUVE (Edition Austria 2017) counts him among the leading names for conflict resolution in Austria.

He is President of the Austrian Arbitration Association (Arb/Aut) and since 2007 author and editor of the Austrian Yearbook on International Arbitration.

Christian Klausegger began his career with Binder Grösswang in 1988 and has been a partner since 1995. He received his PhD in 1987 from the University of Vienna (Dr.iur.) and his degree in economics (Mag. rer.soc.oec. 1987) from the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration.

Christian Klausegger is a member of the Austrian Association for Arbitration (Arb/Aut), the German Institution of Arbitration (D.I.S.) and is a member of the Judicial Examination Commission of the Higher Regional Court of Vienna.

For reasons of confidentiality names are not included in the following.

  • Representation of banks in disputes with borrowers and project partners in arbitration and court proceedings
  • Representation in arbitration and court proceedings relating to construction and plant engineering disputes
  • Advice and representation in insurance coverage matters
  • Representation in defending against individual and mass claims in disputes concerning inaccurate investment consulting services
  • Representation in defending against warranty and product liability claims
  • Representation in disputes concerning IT and telecom projects
  • Representation in private enforcement matters
  • Arbitrator in arbitration proceedings under the Vienna Rules and the ICC Rules
  • Enforcement of foreign judgments and arbitral awards
  • Representation of creditors in bankruptcy proceedings as well as asset tracing and recovery

Christian Klausegger is a partner in the dispute resolution team and has over 30 years of experience in handling international proceedings before ordinary courts and arbitral tribunals.

He focuses on

  • commercial litigation and arbitration
  • white collar crime
  • insolvency law

Christian Klausegger is recognized as one of the "Leading Individuals" in the field of Dispute Resolution by Legal 500 (EMEA Edition 2019) and is listed by Chambers Global 2019 in Band 1. JUVE (Edition Austria 2017) counts him among the leading names for conflict resolution in Austria.

He is President of the Austrian Arbitration Association (Arb/Aut) and since 2007 author and editor of the Austrian Yearbook on International Arbitration.

Christian Klausegger began his career with Binder Grösswang in 1988 and has been a partner since 1995. He received his PhD in 1987 from the University of Vienna (Dr.iur.) and his degree in economics (Mag. rer.soc.oec. 1987) from the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration.

Christian Klausegger is a member of the Austrian Association for Arbitration (Arb/Aut), the German Institution of Arbitration (D.I.S.) and is a member of the Judicial Examination Commission of the Higher Regional Court of Vienna.

For reasons of confidentiality names are not included in the following.

  • Representation of banks in disputes with borrowers and project partners in arbitration and court proceedings
  • Representation in arbitration and court proceedings relating to construction and plant engineering disputes
  • Advice and representation in insurance coverage matters
  • Representation in defending against individual and mass claims in disputes concerning inaccurate investment consulting services
  • Representation in defending against warranty and product liability claims
  • Representation in disputes concerning IT and telecom projects
  • Representation in private enforcement matters
  • Arbitrator in arbitration proceedings under the Vienna Rules and the ICC Rules
  • Enforcement of foreign judgments and arbitral awards
  • Representation of creditors in bankruptcy proceedings as well as asset tracing and recovery
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