Louisa Salger, LL.M. (Univ. of Chicago)
- Dispute Resolution
Louisa Salger has been an associate at NEUWERK since October 2018.
She advises on complex commercial disputes. She represents clients out of court as well as before state courts and in arbitration proceedings.
She completed her legal clerkship at the Hanseatic Higher Regional Court in Hamburg. During her legal clerkship, she worked in the conflict resolution, litigation and arbitration practice group of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in Hamburg, in the legal department of Beiersdorf AG and at the Hamburg Chamber of Commerce. After her legal clerkship, she completed her LL.M. studies at the University of Chicago Law School.
Louisa Salger studied law at the Ruprecht-Karls-University of Heidelberg with a focus on private international and procedural law. During her studies, she worked at the Institute for Foreign and International Private and Commercial Law at the University of Heidelberg.
Representation of a group of more than 100 investors in the billion-dollar HSH bond litigation
Representation of a Dax company in defense of a multi-million claim by a Chinese supplier
Assertion of copyright claims against a software developer
Representation of a GmbH shareholder in a shareholder dispute in the hotel industry
Defense of a German bank's action to rescind the acquisition of a dialysis center under the Rescission Act
Representation of a Dax company in preliminary injunction proceedings to prevent a supply stop
Rechtsmissbräuchliche Anmeldungen zum Klageregister einer Musterfeststellungsklage, Betriebs Berater 2019, 1674 (together with J. Graf and J. Deiß)
Verjährungshemmung durch die Musterfeststellungsklage – diffuse Rechtslage infolge unklarer Neuregelung, Betriebs Berater 2018, 2883 (together with J. Deiß and J. Graf)