Lukas Fellmann

Lukas Fellmann

Managing Associate
MLaw, Avvocato




Telefono diretto: +41 58 658 56 29

Curriculum Vitae

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Lukas Fellmann is a managing associate in the Litigation and Arbitration Team in Zurich.

A dual British-Swiss citizen, Lukas Fellmann represents clients in complex, often cross-border, disputes. He has acted as counsel and secretary in numerous commercial arbitration proceedings. His expertise extends to both institutional arbitrations (e.g. ICC, LCIA and Swiss Rules) and ad hoc arbitrations. Lukas Fellmann also offers strategic pre-litigation advice and assists clients before state courts both in the German and French speaking regions of Switzerland. He notably has experience in the construction, pharmaceutical, financial and energy sectors as well as with other multi-faceted commercial issues.

Born in 1989, Lukas Fellmann holds law degrees from the universities of Fribourg (Switzerland) and Humboldt (Germany). During his studies, he worked as a research assistant for Prof. Pierre Tercier in the field of international arbitration and as an intern at a major German pharmaceutical company in Osaka (Japan). Before joining Walder Wyss, he also gained work experience as a legal trainee in a major business law firm in Zurich and Geneva where he maintained a broad cross-border arbitration and litigation practice. He was admitted to the Geneva and Swiss bar in 2017.

Lukas Fellmann regularly publishes in the field of international arbitration and is a speaker at international conferences in Switzerland and abroad.

Lukas Fellmann's professional languages are French, English, and German. He is registered with the Zurich Bar Registry and admitted to practise throughout Switzerland.

Access to justice and financing of contentious proceedings

Commentary on Articles 10 (Appointment of a Sole Arbitrator) and 11 (Appointment of Arbitrators) of the Swiss Rules

Introduction to the PCA Rules

ASA below 40 event entitled "Help, My Client Needs an Expert!" LFE acted as moderator on the panel entitled "Who Is an Expert, When Is One Needed and How to Find the Right Person?"

Expert and the battles they fight. Supporting role: the judge/arbitrator

Voraussetzungen für ein "opting out" in der Schiedsgerichtsbarkeit: Urteil des Bundesgerichts vom 7. Mai 2019; 4A_540/2018

Schweizerisches Bundesgericht ermittelt das schwächste Glied

Garanzia di un foro competente svizzero in caso di minaccia di controversia all’estero