Commercial Arbitration in Germany
Wittelsbacherplatz 1 80333 München, Munich
SKW Schwarz is an independent German law firm. We advise businesses from closely held companies to listed stock corporations as well as entrepreneurs in all relevant fields of national and international business law. With our offices in Berlin, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt am Main, Hamburg and Munich we have a presence in all relevant business centres and can assist our clients locally throughout Germany.
With 100 attorneys we consider ourselves a mid-market firm that operates internationally on a daily basis comparable only to large international law firms. Based on our Germany wide services and our network of best-friends experts in the relevant fields around the world we can staff teams for complex matters that compete with much larger competitors.
Media and Entertainment law
Corporate and M&A IT Law
Internet and E-business
Litigation and Dispute Resolution
Areas of practice
Civil and commercial litigation
IP Litigation and Licensing
Ulrich assists and represents domestic and foreign enterprises in the field of civil and commercial law, in particular in litigation and dispute resolution matters which also includes commercial arbitration and mediation.
A special focus lies on cross-border lawsuits and representation in court disputes and arbitration. Ulrich’s clients in litigation and arbitration have recently come from countries such as the United Kingdom, the United States, South Africa, Italy, France, Denmark and Israel. Ulrich is regularly representing clients in arbitration proceedings which recently have involved matters of IP, corporate/commercial and media & entertainment.
Moreover, Ulrich is a member of the IP/IT practice group of SKW Schwarz and advises clients in soft IP, licensing and distribution matters. Ulrich has been author and co-author of various articles in national and international law reviews and newsletters. Ulrich is a “Recommended Lawyer” by Legal 500.
Ulrich speaks German and English and has a fair working knowledge of French, Spanish and Portuguese.