Georg Scherpf works with the arbitration group at Luther representing clients in commercial and investment arbitrations. He also sits as arbitrator.
His commercial arbitration work covers a broad range of legal issues and sectors including international trade, corporate disputes (joint venture and post M&A), energy (gas storage and supply contracts) as well as construction disputes. He has represented clients in arbitrations seated in Germany, England, Switzerland and Singapore and under various institutional rules (DIS, ICC, LCIA, SIAC and SCAI). Moreover, he advises clients on conflict of laws, contract law, commercial and sales law (CISG).
His extensive public international law experience includes advising clients in relation to bilateral investment treaties (BITs) and multilateral investment treaties including the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT). He has acted for investors in several complex treaty cases (ICSID, UNCITRAL and ad hoc) relating to infrastructure and energy investments.
Georg studied law at Humboldt University and King's College London, and practises as a German attorney (Rechtsanwalt) and a solicitor (England and Wales). Between 2013 and 2016 he was regional representative of the DIS40; he currently serves as a YIAG representative for Germany. Georg regularly publishes and speaks on international dispute resolution and arbitration. Besides this publication, he is also recognized for his work in Legal 500 and Who'sWhoLegal (Future Leaders).