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Dr. jur Wolfgang Breyer Stuttgart, Germany
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Personal Details Born 1968, married, 2 children
Education 1990 – 1995 Bachelor of Law at University of Tübingen, Germany
1995 – 1996 Doctorate at University of Tübingen, Germany
Qualifications and Past Experience Legal clerkship at the Regional Court in Stuttgart Registered European lawyer in Vienna – Munich Chamber of Lawyers
2001: Founded Breyer Rechtsanwälte specialising in German and International Construction Law
Current Occupation Solicitor, Arbitrator, Adjudicator and Mediator
Founding partner, Breyer Rechtsanwälte
Expertise International and German construction contracts (in particular FIDIC, NEC, VOB); International construction arbitration and litigation (ICC, DIS, LCIA, UNCITRAL and all other arbitration rules); International adjudication and disputes resolution board under FIDIC contracts; and Construction risk management advice
Current Matters Stuttgart 21, Stuttgart Central Railway project (€750million)
Doha Metro Green Line Railway, Qatar (€1.6billion)
Ernst & Young’s new German headquarters (€120million)
South Germany Pumped storage power plant (€1.2billion)
Selected Publications Supplementary to “Delay and Disruption in Construction Contracts”, contributor, Sweet & Maxwell 2015 (English publication)
“International construction contract law – FIDIC”, Handbook in Construction Contract Law and Construction Liability Law, MANZsche Verlags- und Universitätsbuchhandlung, 2012 (German publication)
Authored numerous publication in English and German journals on International Construction Law and FIDIC
Academic Activities Practice Director for Masters Program, “International Construction: Law and Practice” (MBE), University of Stuttgart (Germany)
Practice Director (and visiting Professor) for Masters Program “International Construction Law“ (MLS/LL.M.), University of Vienna (Austria)
Lecturer for Construction Law program, King´s College, London (United Kingdom)
Founding member and Chairman of Anglo-German Construction Law Platform (AGCLP)
My ICLA-Philosophy We must bridge the gap, first between the Common and Civil law in Construction, then all the different families of law. The mandatory law of each family will determine how a Construction Contract will operate, this is where all the music is played