Overview

Caroline von Götz is senior associate in the Frankfurt office of Mayer Brown’s Litigation & Dispute Resolution practice. She advises clients in complex domestic and international litigation and arbitration matters as well as out-of-court disputes in connection with national and international infrastructure, energy, construction and plant construction projects.

Before joining Mayer Brown in June 2021 she has worked for two other international law firms in Frankfurt advising international clients in disputes as well as in transactional matters.

Spoken Languages

  • German
  • English
  • Swedish

Experience

  • Representing a multinational consortium in an ADCCAC arbitration in Abu Dhabi related to the construction of an airport terminal
  • Representation of an international client in a procedure for the declaration of enforceability and enforcement of a foreign award in an international infrastructure project*
  • Representation in a comprehensive litigation regarding construction defects before German courts*
  • Representation in a dispute concerning architects` fees*
  • Consultation of an investor with regard to possible steps in real estate transactions in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic*
  • Transaction-related advice and asset management related advice in real estate matters*
  • Representation in a DIS arbitration regarding damages due to defects of goods*
  • Representation of an international client in the context of a damages claim based on defects of goods in the automotive sector*

    (* At previous law firm.)

Education

Second State Law Examination (bar exam), Higher Regional Court of Munich

Legal Clerkship (Referendariat), Munich, Berlin

First State Law Examination, Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich

Admissions

  • Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Activities

  • DIS40