Dr. Jennifer Bryant

Associated Partner
Practice Group: Litigation, Arbitration & ADR
Practice Group: Capital Markets

Dr. Jennifer Bryant’s practice focuses on national and international litigation and arbitration.
She advises and represents clients mainly in complex civil, commercial and corporate disputes before state courts and arbitral tribunals. Furthermore, she advises her clients with respect to international, especially U.S. litigations, in particular regarding discovery proceedings in the U.S.


  • National and international litigation
  • Arbitration
  • Commercial and corporate litigation 
  • Manager liability


  • Legal studies at the University of Cologne
  • Clerkship with the District Court of Cologne
  • Training with a major U.S.-American law firm in New York (USA)
  • Administration training at the German Consulate General Hong Kong (China)
  • Experience with a major law firm in London (United Kingdom)
  • Secondment with the legal department of a leading pharmaceutical company
  • Secondment with the practice group Litigation & Arbitration of a leading U.S. law firm in New York (USA)
  • Lecturer on Arbitration at the University of Bielefeld (Germany)
  • With Noerr since 2012
  • Admitted to the Düsseldorf Chamber of Lawyers


  • Expert Guides Rising Star 2018: Commercial Arbitration


  • Co-chair of the DIS40
  • Board member of the German-American Lawyers Association

Selected publications

  • Advisory note on BGH regarding the binding effect of an arbitration clause agreed by the debtor on the insolvency trustee, in: NZI 2018, pp. 62, 64 et seq.
  • Advisory note on BGH regarding "Arbitrability III", in: SchiedsVZ 2017, p. 196, 197 et seq.
  • Chapter USA in: Landbrecht/Gabriel (ed.), Konfliktmanagement im internationalen Rechtsverkehr, 2017, pp. 236 et seq.
  • Banking and finance arbitration revisited, in: Yearbook on International Arbitration and ADR, Vol. V, pp. 107 et seq.
  • Advisory note on LG Saarbrücken regarding the specificity of an arbitration clause in relation to insolvency law, in: NZI 2016, p. 560
  • Advisory note on OLG München regarding set-off in enforceability proceedings, in: SchiedsVZ 2016, p. 120
  • Advisory note on OLG regarding challenge of arbitrators, in: SchiedsVZ 2015, S. 312
  • Beijing vs. China – CIETAC Arbitration-Dispute settled?, in: YoungICCA Blog, 13.04.2015
  • E-discovery in international arbitration – still a hot topic?, in: Yearbook on International Arbitration, Vol. IV, pp. 109 et seq.
  • E-Discovery in International Arbitration - Still a Hot Topic?, in: TDM 4 (2014)