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Benedikt Dengler


Benedikt Dengler

Benedikt has a 'thinking out of the box' approach for finding creative approaches for seemingly complicated issues. His thirst for knowledge constantly motivates him to acquire a deep understanding of his client's business. Supporting clients in commercial and corporate disputes since 2013, he applies this understanding by translating complex cases into straightforward stories – an ability that has helped him to win numerous dispute cases related to business evaluation issues and commercial disputes in the automotive industry.

Benedikt studied law at the universities of Leipzig, Cologne and Seville. From early on in his legal education, he set his focus on Dispute Resolution. During his legal traineeship Benedikt has been working in the litigation practice of a commercial law firm in Cologne for several years, the German embassy in Namibia and in the litigation department of a multinational electronics and electrical engineering company in Munich. In addition to his German legal education, Benedikt obtained a Master Degree in Corporate and Commercial law (LL.M.) from the University of Auckland. Benedikt also takes on an active part in our Community Investment and Pro Bono Initiatives. He advises charitable associations and is part of a team developing integration-workshops for refugees.



Areas of Focus

Representative Experience

Representing a major German automotive-OEM in interim proceedings against an automotive supplier threatening to stop delivery.

Representing a leading German IT service company in the health sector with respect to contractual rights in connection with data exchange and data protection.

Advising a major international automotive supplier in proceedings regarding alleged violations of export control laws.

Advising a major German automotive-OEM in a dispute against an automotive supplier regarding defective parts.

Representing a leading producer of specialty metal products in appraisal proceedings initiated by about 80 former shareholders against our client after a squeeze-out of minority shareholders pursuant to the provisions of German Reorganization of Companies Act.

Education and admissions


  • Second State Exam in Law, Cologne, 2012
  • First State Exam in Law, University of Cologne, 2009


  • German Institution of Arbitration (DIS 40)
  • Young Arbitrators Forum (YAF) of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)
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