Dr. Alexander C. Lang

Associate, Frankfurt

Biography

Overview

Alexander C. Lang is an associate in the Frankfurt Dispute Resolution group, having spent six months on secondment in the London office. He advises clients in national and cross-border litigation and arbitration proceedings.

Prior to joining White & Case in 2014, Alexander gained considerable experience in the field of dispute resolution as trainee lawyer working for another renowned international law firm in Frankfurt.

Bars and Courts
Rechtsanwalt
Education
LLM
University of California, Los Angeles
Second State Exam
Regional Court of Stuttgart
First State Exam
Eberhard Karls University Tübingen
Languages
English
German

Experience

Oil & Gas Consortium
Successful representation of an oil & gas consortium in an ICC arbitration against an Arab state arising from the political turmoil of the Arab spring.

Major Danish Technology Company
Representation of the client in court proceedings for recognition and enforcement of a foreign arbitration award in Germany.

Listed Media Group
Representation of a listed-German media group in a post-M&A dispute with the seller of the target company in expert determination and court proceedings.

Major Power Company
Advising a major power company in a post M&A ICC arbitration.

ICC arbitration concerning one of the largest infrastructure projects in the world
Representing the main contractor on one of the world's largest infrastructure projects located in Central America, in ICC arbitrations against the employer.

Publications

"Challenges" to Party-Appointed Experts, SchiedsVZ 2017, Issue 6, Pages 269-277, (co-author with Markus Burianski)

Third-party funding in international arbitration – an overview (Prozessfinanzierung in internationalen Schiedsverfahren – ein Überblick), DisputeResolution – Online-Magazine, Issue 2, p. 10 et seqq., 2014, (co-author with Markus Burianski)

The New Proposals of the European Commission Regarding the Future of European Investment Treaties: Light at the End of the Tunnel?, NYSBA - International Law Practicum, p. 85 et seqq., Autumn 2010