Philipp Dickenmann is the head of the Dispute Resolution Practice Group of CMS Zurich. He also serves as core team member of the global CMS Dispute Resolution Practice Area Group as well as the CMS Commercial Practice Area Group.
Philipp Dickenmann has extensive experience in commercial litigation and international arbitration. He acts as counsel and co-counsel, sole arbitrator and co-arbitrator in numerous national and international cases. This includes arbitrations conducted under the ICC Rules of Arbitration, the Swiss Rules of International Arbitration, the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules and the CAS Rules. Regarding litigation, Philipp Dickenmann frequently represents clients in court proceedings before local and cantonal courts, and has been acting in over twenty cases before the Swiss Federal Supreme Court.
In addition, Philipp Dickenmann's practice focuses on commercial matters, sports law and employment law. His commercial practice includes the drafting and negotiating of distribution and cooperation agreements, sales and supply contracts, service agreements, outsourcing arrangements, and manufacturing agreements. Another part of Philipp's commercial practice is advising its clients on possibilities to limit their exposure in contracts, as well as the wording of General Terms & Conditions.
Clients for which Philipp Dickenmann is acting include manufacturers, companies of the energy sector, distributors, trading companies, companies of the consumer products sector, supermarket chains, chemical companies, companies of the automobile & parts sector and airlines. He also represents numerous companies of the service sector, including banks, auditing companies, fund managers, brokers, IT companies and sports clubs.
Philipp Dickenmann joined CMS Zurich in 2002, after having completed his postgraduate studies at the University of Chicago School of Law. He is a partner since 2008.