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Dr. Jessica Hedaiat-Rad


Dr. Jessica Hedaiat-Rad
English, German
Practice Group

Jessica Hedaiat-Rad focuses on commercial, corporate and insolvency litigation. Jessica has a profound understanding of the legal needs of the automotive industry and regularly advises clients in supply chain cases. Clients rely on her comprehensive overview of their industry. Her experience in the areas of insolvency and supply chain disputes, as well as her ability to translate complex cases into straightforward stories, make her an asset to her team.

Jessica studied law at the universities of Passau and Munich. Before qualifying as a lawyer in 2014, Jessica completed her legal clerkship at the Higher Regional Court in Munich. While clerking for a leading South African law firm, she broadened her experience by adding international commercial and contractual law to her knowledge database.

Representative experience

Representing a leading automotive-OEM in a damage claim against an automotive supplier regarding defective parts.

Advising and representing an international franchisee in various disputes concerning corporate, real estate and franchise matters.

Advising the insolvency administrator of a globally acting memory chip manufacturer in claw-back proceedings with regard to the sale of the stakes in a joint venture.

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

Advising an international automotive first tier supplier in a damage claim against a second tier supplier regarding defective parts.

Education and admissions


  • Dr. iur., University of Cologne, 2017
  • Second State Exam in Law, Higher Regional Court of Munich, 2014
  • First State Exam in Law, LMU Munich (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München), 2012


  • German Working Group on Insolvency Law and Restructuring of the German Lawyers Association
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