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Martin Hauser is a certified and experienced commercial mediator offering in-person mediation sessions and online mediation using video-conferencing.

He has a legal background in intellectual property, IT, licences, distribution, competition, complex industrial projects, and international business law.

With over 30 years of practice as a business lawyer in commercial litigation, international arbitration and negotiations, Martin Hauser works exclusively as mediator on the resolution of complex and emotional legal conflicts where he applies psychology and intercultural communication skills. Cross-border mediations are conducted mainly under the rules of mediation institutions such as ICC, CMAP in Paris, and WIPO in Geneva.

Internationally recognized as a cross-cultural mediation and negotiation expert, he leads national and international commercial mediations in French, English, and German.

Martin Hauser is a certified mediator in Germany and France (Paris Court of Appeals, CNMA, Paris). He is accredited with mediation institutions such as CMAP, Paris, ICC Centre for ADR, Paris, and WIPO Arbitration and Mediation Center, Geneva. He is a Distinguished Fellow of the IAM, Dallas. Since 2015 he has been invited as a professional to participate in the annual ICC International Commercial Mediation Competition in Paris, and since 2018, as expert assessor, at the annual IBA-VIAC CDRC Mediation and Negotiation Competition in Vienna. Martin Hauser is Vice Chair of the Mediation Committee of the IBA International Bar Association. He is a member of Mediation & Resolution, a group of European mediators sharing experience, internationality, certification and reactivity. In 2019 and 2020, Martin Hauser is selected by WWL Who’s Who Legal Mediation.

Martin Hauser is a member of the Munich (Rechtsanwalt) and Paris (avocat honoraire) Bars. He practiced from 1988 to 2019 as founding partner at BMH AVOCATS, Paris. From 1980 to 1983, before joining Delvolvé & Associés, Paris, in 1984, he was a research fellow in French intellectual property and competition law with the Max-Planck-Institute for Innovation and Competition, Munich.

Martin Hauser holds degrees of Master of Arts (M.A.) in negotiation and mediation from the European University Viadrina Frankfurt Oder (2015), Master of Comparative Jurisprudence (M.C.J.) from New York University (NYU) (1986), Doctorate in Law (Dr. iur.) from the University of Munich (1983) and law degrees from the Universities of Munich and Freiburg i. Br. (1985, 1979).