Since his admission to the bar in 1993, Dr. Klaus U. Eyber has concentrated on Litigation and Dispute Resolution.
Based on his many years of litigation experience, Dr. Eyber concentrates on representing clients in court and before arbitration tribunals as well as in summary and enforcement proceedings. He has a special focus on damage claims based on fraud, tort, negligence or breach of contract. Dr. Eyber is particularly experienced in advising companies on conflicts and damages and in handling the return of funds, especially in cross-border cases, including the conduct of commercial investigations and business intelligence.
Dr. Eyber has published articles on issues of corporate and insolvency law. He regularly speaks at seminars and conferences on cross-border litigation, including enforcement and injunctive relief, as well as on cross-border insolvencies, including International Insolvency Law. He also speaks on anti-corruption & bribery, including handling those cases on the defense side and from the perspective of a damaged party.
Dr. Eyber's broad expertise has also enabled him to act on corporate deals and commercial deals where he has handled IPOs and mergers and acquisitions for major national and international clients.
- Global IT company: enforcement of claims against suppliers and former employees in corruption and bribery cases.
- International Food & Nutrition enterprise: various contract and dispute matters in the course of the erection of a large food production site.
- Law firms and individual attorneys and partners: dispute including representation in mediation, arbitration and court proceedings.
- Industrial plant construction and subsidiary of listed stock corporation: defense against alleged claims brought by a former sales and distribution agent in China.
- PhD (Dr. iur.), Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz, 1997
- Second State Exam, Rhineland-Palatinate, 1993
- First State Exam, Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz, 1990
- German Attorney, authorized to represent before all German Courts (except for the Federal Court of Justice in civil matters) and before the courts of the European Union.