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Anna-Sophie is a Counsel in Clyde & Co’s Hamburg office advising on both contentious and non-contentious matters related to the Shipping and Energy & Offshore sector. She specialises in collision cases, chartering disputes as well as in advising clients on project contracts in the offshore wind energy sector.

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Anna-Sophie advises on commercial and shipping law, including in particular litigation and arbitration matters. She is experienced in the handling of chartering disputes, including before arbitration tribunals, and in advising clients on the handling of maritime incidents, arrest proceedings and shipbuilding disputes.

Anna-Sophie’s second focus area is the Energy & Offshore sector, where she has gathered extensive experience in the negotiation of large scale project contracts for works, including BIMCO and FIDIC standard contracts. She regularly accompanies clients both during the tender phase for a project as well as in litigation cases in that area.

Anna-Sophie has, together with Eckehard Volz, contributed the chapter "Applying knock-for-knock in Germany“ to the book “Knock-for-Knock Indemnities and the Law - Contractual Limitation and Delictual Liability”, published in March 2023 by Taylor & Francis.  

Education

  • Bucerius Law School, Hamburg
  • University of Sydney, Australia

Memberships

  • German Maritime Law Association (DVIS
Experience
  • Assisting a major steel contractor during the tender proceedings for an offshore converter platform
  • Representing the shipowner in a maritime collision case before the civil, criminal and administrative courts
  • Advising Scandinavian clients on large scale contentious shipbuilding dispute
  • Acting for shipowners in a number of interconnected corporate liability disputes
  • Handling a charter party dispute for the shipowner after a cargo arrest
Sectors

Sectors

  • Infrastructure

  • Marine

Services

Services

  • Commercial Disputes

  • International Arbitration

  • Projects & Construction

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