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Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek

Sebastian Jungemeyer

Sebastian Jungemeyer



  • Arbitration
  • Commercial Contracts
  • Commercial Law
  • Dispute Resolution

WSG Practice Industries


WSG Leadership

IBA Group
Life Sciences Group
Trade and Investment Group

Bar Admissions

Admitted to the Bar since 2008


University of Bielefeld (Dr. jur., 2008)
Legal Trainee (Referendar) at the Regional Court of Hamburg (2006-2008)
Research Assistent, University of Bielefeld (2004-2006)
Universities of Bielefeld (1997-2003) and Tilburg, Netherlands (2000-2001)
Areas of Practice

Arbitration | Commercial Contracts | Commercial Law | Dispute Resolution | Distribution Law | General Terms and Conditions | Product Liability Law | Product Safety Law

Professional Career

Significant Accomplishments

Equity Partner since 2020 (2014 - 2019 Salaried Partner).

Professional Associations

  • International Bar Association
    Hanseatische Rechtsanwaltskammer


Regular seminars as part of the Lecture "International Business Law" at the Hamburg University of Technology/Kühne School of Logistics and Management, Hamburg, anually 2011 - 2017

Professional Activities and Experience

Legal Department of Benteler AG, Paderborn (2004-2005)

Drafting Contractual Force Majeure And Corona Clauses for the Post-Pandemic Period
Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek, May 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic distinctly reminds us that during their term, contracts may be exposed to influences beyond the parties’ control, which may unforeseeably complicate their performance or make it impossible. Examples include civil wars, natural disasters, terrorist attacks, or pirate attacks on cargo ships...

Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Contractual Relations
Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek, March 2020

For all parties, the question arises at present as to what effects COVID-19 will have on existing contractual relationships – specifically, who will bear the economic burden of the pandemic. In the following is a brief overview: 1...

The Planned Modernization of EU Regulations for Medical Devices and In-Vitro Diagnostics
Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek, January 2017

The current EU regulations for medical devices and in vitro diagnostics are from the 1990s. The rapid technical developments in the health care system in recent years as well as the increased cross-border trade urgently require a modernization of the current legal framework. Now the adoption of new EU legislation is imminent. This article provides a brief overview of the planned content and the likely entry into force of the Regulations...

Additional Articles

Regular publications in International Private Law, on the law of General Terms and Conditions and on product safety law.

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