Fabian Paehr

Fabian Paehr

Projects Associate
Hamburg

Email [email protected]​hoganlovells.com

Phone +49 40 419 93 0

Fax +49 40 419 93 200

LanguagesGerman, English

Practice groupCorporate & Finance

Fabian Paehr advises on all aspects of international infrastructure and construction projects as well as related investment transactions in the energy, offshore and resources industries. He assists clients in litigating and enforcing their claims before commercial and investment tribunals as well as state courts. He focuses on contract and construction law (e.g. FIDIC, NAC, JCT) as well as international trade and investment law. In particular, he advises on matters at the intersection of public and private law.

Fabian studied law with a primary focus on arbitration and international commercial law at Bucerius Law School, Germany, and Cornell University, USA. He substantiated his skills at the interface of international public and private commercial law with a master's degree in public administration and a Master of Laws in international trade. During his university studies and legal traineeship, Fabian worked at international law firms in Shanghai, New York, Berlin and Hamburg, at the Higher Regional Court of Hamburg as well as the New York Supreme Court, and at the German Federal Foreign Office in New York.

Fabian has been active in numerous international competitions for years, including the Willem C. Vis Moot Court in Hong Kong/Vienna and the ICC Mediation Competition in Paris.

Education and admissions

Education

Master of Public Administration, German University of Administrative Sciences Speyer, 2019

LL.M., German University of Administrative Sciences Speyer, 2019

Second State Exam in Law, Higher Regional Court of Hamburg, 2018

First State Exam in Law, Bucerius Law School, 2015

LL.B., Bucerius Law School, 2015

Representative experience

Advising a project company on the development of a major offshore wind farm in Asia.

Advising on FIDIC related matters in an international ICC arbitration.

Advising on a dispute in an infrastructure/PPP matter.