Appointed by the Federal Republic of Germany
Noerr partner Anke Meier new conciliator and arbitrator of the World Bank arbitration organisation ICSID
The Federal Republic of Germany has appointed Dr. Anke Meier, partner and lawyer in the Frankfurt office of the law firm Noerr, as a conciliator on the list of the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes - ICSID. ICSID, based in Washington, belongs to the World Bank Group and provides facilities for conciliation and arbitration of international investment disputes.
“Anke Meier is an outstanding expert in international arbitration”, said Michael Molitoris, partner and Co-head of Noerr’s Litigation Department. “We are therefore delighted with the appointment by the Federal Republic of Germany underlining the strong presence of our law firm in international arbitration.”
Anke Meier, a German and U.S. qualified lawyer, focuses on international arbitration, international litigation and investment law. She represents companies from various industries in commercial arbitrations proceedings (including ICC, DIS). During the past years, she acted on behalf of various clients from the energy sector in post M&A cases and disputes on long-term supply agreements. Utilizing Noerr’s presence in Eastern-European countries Anke Meier often advises clients regarding investment protection and negotiation of investment contracts. She also advises major German companies in mass litigation in the U.S., in particular with respect to pre-trial discovery. Anke Meier also heads Noerr’s Transnational Litigation and Arbitration Group which combines more than 25 lawyers throughout the German and international offices.
Noerr is among the leading litigation law firms with a department consisting of more than 70 lawyers throughout Europe advising and representing clients in all forms of dispute resolution – before state courts, cross-border in a number of jurisdictions, arbitrations and alternative dispute resolution (ADR).