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Private Client Arbitration - Family wealth and arbitration

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Univ.-Prof. Dr. Astrid Deixler-Hübner
Dr. iur. Werner Jahnel
Dr. iur. Michael Nueber, LL.M.
Prof. Dr. Martin Schauer


14.09.2020 18:00 - 19:45


Practice shows that in connection with family assets, whether or not these are structured, conflicts occur time and again. These conflicts differ significantly from other commercial disputes, due to the family ties of the parties to the dispute,. Often, not only different areas of law, such as inheritance and family law or foundation and company law, play an essential role. Also personal considerations, which can be taken into account in alternative dispute resolution procedures rather than in state court proceedings play an essential role. In addition, the confidentiality of alternative dispute resolution methods is a decisive factor. This is why they appear to be advantageous in the area of private clients and family assets. Arbitration and other methods of alternative dispute resolution - such as mediation, moderation or collaborative law strategies - offer an effective means of discreet dispute resolution.

The book "Private Client Arbitration - Familienvermögen und Schiedsgerichtsbarkeit in Österreich und Liechtenstein" ("Private Client Arbitration - Family Property and Arbitration in Austria and Liechtenstein"), which has just been published by the Linde publishing house and was written by Professors Deixler-Hübner and Schauer and RA Nueber, will be presented at this event. In the presentations, individual aspects of this will be examined in more detail.

The event is free of charge. For organisational reasons, however, registration is requested.

Target Audience

Lawyers, trustees, auditors, legal staff in civil service and in the financial sector as well as other persons interested in current legal topics.

Information Contact

lic. iur. Frédérique Lambrecht, LL.M.
Ass.-Prof. Dr. iur. Alexandra Butterstein, LL.M.


Sep 06, 2020


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