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Dr. Sebastian Baur

Senior Associate

Dr. Sebastian Baur

Being a senior associate in our Munich office, Sebastian Baur's practice focuses on arbitration and litigation, particularly in the fields of construction, energy and general commercial disputes. 

Sebastian has experience in domestic and international arbitration proceedings under DIS, ICC, Swiss and VIAC Rules, ad hoc arbitration proceedings, state court litigation and other types of proceedings, e.g. adjudication and mediation, seated in various jurisdictions such as Germany, England and Wales, Austria, Switzerland, Turkey and Lithuania. Among others, his knowledge and experience covers the industry sectors of energy and power (gas, oil, nuclear, wind, solar), infrastructure projects and international trade. 

Sebastian joined Hogan Lovells in 2010. He publishes regularly on actual topics of, for example, international arbitration, international private and procedural law or energy law. 

Representative Experience

Representing international oil and gas companies in disputes about price revision and determination under long-term gas supply agreements (ICC and ad hoc arbitration).

Representing a globally operating energy company before English state courts in relation to defect and delay claims concerning the construction of an offshore wind farm.

Advising a DAX 30 company in relation to payment and delay claims concerning the erection of an onshore wind farm.

Advising and representing a leading German company in the nuclear field in construction disputes about the decommissioning of a power plant in Eastern Europe.

Defending an Austrian real estate developer in ICC proceedings against claims by its joint venture partner in relation to a construction project in Eastern Europe.

Representing a company in the field of international trade in an arbitration related to the termination of a cross-border licence agreement.

Education and admissions


  • Heidelberg University, 2006


  • Member, DIS40
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