Ann-Christin Engelke acts as party representative in complex arbitration and litigation proceedings and as arbitrator and mediator in commercial disputes. In the early stages of a conflict, she implements strategies to prevent a later escalation and develops alternative dispute resolution procedures. A professional focus of Ann-Christin Engelke’s work lies with technical disputes, for example, disputes concerning digital or automated machinery and plant engineering. Moreover, she is an expert in the defence and energy industries. In addition, Ann-Christin Engelke has acquired profound know-how in the field of professional liability for lawyers and managers and post-M&A proceedings.
Before joining BAUMANN Resolving Disputes in 2019, Ann-Christin Engelke worked from 2014 to 2019 for Corinius LLP in Hamburg as an associate specializing in dispute resolution. In 2021, Ann-Christin Engelke completed her training as a business mediator (“Münchener Ausbildung zum Wirtschaftsmediator”).
Furthermore, Ann-Christin Engelke is a managing director at the Chinese European Arbitration Centre (CEAC).
Ann-Christin advises her clients in German and English.
|Since 2021||Salary Partnerin, BAUMANN Resolving Disputes, Hamburg|
|2019–2021||Associate, BAUMANN Resolving Disputes, Hamburg|
|2014–2019||Associate, Corinius LLP (Commercial), Hamburg|
|2012–2014||Legal Trainee (Referendariat) at the Schleswig-Holstein Higher Regional Court, Lübeck|
|2004–2012||Law Studies at the University of Hamburg|
- German Arbitration Institute (DIS)
- Asian European Arbitration Association (ASELA) e.V.
- Represented a foundry company in a post-M&A arbitration administered by the DIS concerning various technical issues, such as details of foundry operations.
- Defended a company in state court proceedings against claims based on allegedly defective software.
- Defended a company in arbitration proceedings administered by the DIS against claims based on the alleged late delivery of a marine propulsion system.
- Defended a consultant in state court proceedings against tort claims for damages for alleged aiding and abetting.
- Representation in mass action proceedings (prospectus liability).