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DORDA

Florian Kremslehner

Florian Kremslehner

Partner

Expertise

  • Insurance Law
  • Litigation and Arbitration

WSG Practice Industries

Activity

DORDA
Austria

WSG Leadership

WSG Coronavirus Task Force Group
Member
Profile
Florian Kremslehner has been a partner at DORDA since 1992 and heads the firm’s dispute resolution practice department. This practice consists of a general litigation team, an insurance defence litigation team, an arbitration team and a business crime team.

Florian has more than 20 years of experience in dispute resolution, advising clients on civil and criminal litigations as well as on international arbitrations. He also has extensive experience as arbitrator (under ICC, UNCITRAL, LCIA and Vienna Rules) and as counsel in institutional and ad-hoc arbitrations.

Florian has gained experience in litigating and arbitrating banking, insurance, corporate and construction disputes as well as business crime cases. His present litigation practice focuses on disputes related to the financial crisis and to criminal liability of corporations. Florian's advocacy skills are complemented by many years of experience in banking and finance transactions. Florian Kremslehner also has a reputation for recovering assets and leading compliance investigations. He advises a wide range of banking and industry clients, international organisations, insurance companies and auction houses, as well as governments on complex high volume disputes.

Bar Admissions

Admitted to the Austrian Bar in 1990

Education

University of Vienna, Dr iur (1985)
Areas of Practice

Insurance Law | Litigation and Arbitration

Professional Career

Professional Associations

Florian presently serves as Co-Chair of the IBA Litigation Committee and is a member of the AAA and ICDR, the International Law Association, the LCIA, and the Austrian Arbitration Association

Articles

What are the Effects of COVID-19 and the Measures Recently Taken by the Federal Government on Litigation Proceedings?
DORDA, March 2020

CIVIL LITIGATION What are the effects of COVID-19 and the measures recently taken by the federal government on litigation proceedings? Will the civil courts remain in operation? As of 16 March 2020, a regulation amending the rules of procedure for courts of first and second instance will come into force. This regulation provides for a restriction of court services limited to the strict minimum...

Civil Litigation: What are the Effects of COVID-19 and the Measures Recently Taken by the Federal Government on Litigation Proceedings?
DORDA, March 2020

Will the civil courts remain in operation? As of 16 March 2020, a regulation amending the rules of procedure for courts of first and second instance will come into force. This regulation provides for a restriction of court services limited to the strict minimum. In the implementation decree, the Federal Ministry of Justice clarified that the courts will remain in operation only to the extent necessary...

Additional Articles

- Co-editor of the Austrian Yearbook on International Arbitration
- Co-editor Mitautor Cash Pooling (2002)


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