Harry Nettlau’s practice focuses on domestic and international litigation and arbitration.
Harry has acted as counsel to both claimants and respondents in a wide variety of commercial litigations and arbitrations before various courts and leading arbitral institutions, including post-M&A disputes. His further experience includes acting as counsel in complex multinational mergers and acquisitions and post-acquisition corporate restructuring.
Harry is widely published and regularly invited to speak at university lectures on international arbitration. Recent speaking engagements and publications include:
Guest Lecturer on International Arbitration at Heidelberg University – Germany
Guest Lecturer on International Arbitration at Goethe University Frankfurt (Institute of Law and Finance) – Germany
“International Arbitration in the Time of COVID-19: Navigating the Evolving Procedural Features and Practices of Leading Arbitral Institutions,” Cleary Gottlieb Alert Memo, July 10, 2020
“BGH Rules That Violation of a Jurisdiction Agreement May Result in Liability for Counsel Fees,” Cleary Gottlieb Alert Memorandum, December 9, 2019
Harry is also a country reporter for Germany for the Institute for Transnational Arbitration.
Harry joined the firm in 2014. He is admitted to the Bar in New York and Frankfurt am Main.