Jan Kleinheisterkamp

London School of Economics
Associate Professor

Jan Kleinheisterkamp (Dr. iur., Hamburg) is an Associate Professor of Law at LSE, where he teaches international commercial arbitration and contracts. He is a qualified German lawyer and is admitted to the bar in Hamburg. Prior to joining LSE, he worked as a research fellow at the Max-Planck-Institute for Comparative and International Private Law in Hamburg (1998-2004) and was appointed as an assistant professor at the HEC School of Management, Paris (2004-2008). He is an experienced consultant in comparative law and conflict of laws and has served various times as an arbitrator in ICC and LCIA proceedings.

Articles

177 Bulletin

Adolfo Barbera Del Rosal, Jan Kleinheisterkamp The EU General Court rules that fiscal aid granted by a Spanish region to a company active in the manufacturing of tin capsules constitutes illegal State aid (Diputación Foral de Alava)

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"Business taxation distorting the Common market – An important ruling on State aid by the Court of First Instance"* 1. Introduction The question of state aids in form of tax measures has never been as pressing as in the present. After the completion of the single market and the liberalisation (...)

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