Anne Löhner

Munich
  • Maximilianstrasse 13
  • 80539 Munich
  • Germany
 
 

Dr. Anne Löhner is an associate in the Munich office of Latham & Watkins and a member of the firm's Litigation & Trial Department.

Her practice focuses primarily on international and domestic arbitration. Before joining the Munich office, Ms. Löhner worked as an associate for one year in the firm’s New York Office. Ms. Löhner is admitted to practice law in Germany and New York. She is a member of the firm‘s global Ethics Committee.

Dr. Löhner’s experience includes advising

  • Daimler AG and Toll Collect GmbH in ad hoc arbitration proceedings against the German Federal Government regarding the “Toll Collect” project
  • Representing a private equity client in an international post-M&A arbitration under ICC rules
  • Advising a German company in an internal investigation arising out of an alleged fraud
  • Representing a German private equity fund in an international post-M&A arbitration under DIS rules and in expert determination proceedings
  • Advising a German subsidiary with respect to discovery in a US bankruptcy proceeding against the US parent company
  • Advising various private equity funds and investors in a post-M&A disputes and settlement negotiations
  • Advising a US insurance brokerage company in US federal and state court proceedings involving an insurance coverage dispute concerning a construction project
  • Advising directors of a foreign bank and investment funds in relation to multi-jurisdictional investigations and civil proceedings arising out of a global financial fraud, involving a team of attorneys from several law firms in the US and Europe
  • Advising a US fiber and polymer company in an ICC arbitration involving trade secrets, patent inventorship and confidentiality
Pro Bono Experience:
  • Representing and advising a large German non-profit organization in various contract negotiations and disputes related to worldwide development projects
  • Advising clients in several US asylum cases and other immigration matters
  • Assisting Holocaust survivors apply for compensation from Germany under the Ghetto Pension program (ZRBG), Ghetto Work Payment program (GGWP), and Article 2 Hardship Fund
       
 
 
 
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