Project Description

Dr. Dr. Jan R. Lüsing

La­wy­er, Se­ni­or As­so­cia­te

+49 40 374778 - 10

Jan ad­vi­ses cli­ents on a broad ran­ge of com­mer­cial is­su­es, with an em­pha­sis on ship­ping and avia­ti­on and com­plex ques­ti­ons of con­flicts of law. He re­pres­ents cli­ents in front of the Ger­man courts and in ar­bi­tra­ti­on. One of Jan’s in­te­rests lies in tech­ni­cal­ly com­plex ca­ses, which con­tain not on­ly insuran­ce-re­le­vant aspects but al­so re­qui­re an un­der­stan­ding of the un­der­ly­ing tech­ni­cal is­su­es. Jhttp://aviationan has ac­qui­red the In­ter­na­tio­nal Air Law Di­plo­ma dis­pen­sed by IATA and is a keen fly­er as well as sailor.

Jan re­pres­ents LE­BUHN & PUCH­TA in the Eu­ro­pean Air Law As­so­cia­ti­on EA­LA.

  • Stu­dies and trai­ning: Phi­lo­so­phy, lin­gu­is­tics and law at the Uni­ver­si­ties of Gie­ßen and Frank­furt a.M., In­ter­na­tio­nal Law Clerk at Hol­land & Knight LLP, New York Of­fice in 2010, doc­to­ral the­sis in Pri­va­te In­ter­na­tio­nal Law in 2009 (Dr. jur.) and doc­to­ral the­sis in lin­gu­is­tics in 2011 (Dr. phil.)
  • In­ter­na­tio­nal Law Clerk with Hol­land & Knight LLP, New York Of­fice, in 2010
  • Ad­mit­ted to the Ger­man bar in 2012
  • Joi­ned the firm in 2012
  • CISG and IN­COTERMS, de­lay in con­trac­tu­al per­for­mance whe­re time is of the es­sence (2007), IHR, pp. 1-12, joint­ly with Prof. Dr. Ul­rich Ma­gnus (lan­guage: Ger­man)
  • Over­lap­ping of Tor­tious and Con­trac­tu­al Lia­bi­li­ty, No­mos 2010 (lan­guage: Ger­man)
  • Self-com­mit­ment through Speech Acts, Duncker & Hum­blot 2012 (lan­guage: Ger­man)
  • Re-Vi­si­ons of law, The Mys­tic Foun­da­ti­on of Jus­ti­ce ac­cord­ing to Blai­se Pas­cal and Jac­ques Der­ri­da; Duncker & Hum­blot 2007, pp. 21-53 (lan­guage: Ger­man)
  • Ger­man As­so­cia­ti­on for In­ter­na­tio­nal Ship­ping Law (DVIS)