Rasmus Lüning is an associate in the Firm's Dispute Resolution practice group based in Stockholm.
Rasmus has a range of experience representing clients in both Swedish and international arbitration and commercial litigation proceedings, with a particular focus on energy, infrastructure, post-M&A and commercial contract disputes. Rasmus has experience in large-scale international arbitrations under the principal arbitral rules. Rasmus has been mentioned in the Legal 500 Europe 2019 with clients describing him as 'very competent, strategic and communicative'.
Rasmus has published articles on topics of international commercial arbitration, and has had speaking engagements in Sweden and internationally. Rasmus completed a secondment to the Firm's International Arbitration Group in Paris in 2020.
Representation of a leading European buyer of oil and gas in ad-hoc arbitration relating to price adjustments under a long-term gas supply contract.
Representation of joint venture company Grupo Unidos por el Canal, S.A. in a US$5.5 billion ICC Arbitration with the Panama Canal Authority concerning one of the world's largest infrastructure projects.
Representation of one of Sweden's largest construction companies in a dispute against the Swedish Transport Administration relating to the construction of a railway.
Representation of one of Sweden's largest construction companies in major commercial litigation proceedings against a Swedish municipality concerning the construction of a water pipeline.
Representation of a multinational media company in a SCC Arbitration regarding claims under a contract for satellite capacity.
Representation of a Swedish heavy industry company in commercial litigation against another supplier regarding delivery of machinery to a major Swedish industrial truck manufacturer.*
*Experience prior to joining White & Case
Challenge of arbitrators under the Swedish Arbitration Act — procedure and reappointment, Svensk Juristtidning (SvJT) no.7 2018 p. 565
Singular succession and arbitration agreements remains an elusive issue, Svensk Juristtidning (SvJT) no. 8 2016 p. 633
Awards and Recognition
Winner of the Young Arbitrators Sweden (YAS) Thesis Award 2015