Vasileios Regkakos LL.M. (NYU)


Vasileios Regkakos advises and represents clients in all areas of business and commercial law. Prior to joining ARKTIK Legal, he worked for several years in the Dispute Resolution department of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in Frankfurt am Main and Berlin (Germany). During his legal training, he also worked for Noerr and the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action in Berlin (Germany) as well as for Cozen O’Connor in New York (USA).

Vasileios has significant experience in representing clients in court and arbitration proceedings, including before English-speaking Chambers for International Commercial Disputes. He is specialised in disputes in the areas of international trade and sales law, on Post-M&A disputes and on disputes concerning construction and development projects. Vasileios also advises companies on internal investigations.


Second State Exam, Higher Regional Court of Berlin

Master of Laws (LL.M.) in International Business Regulation, Litigation and Arbitration, NYU School of Law

First State Exam, Humboldt University of Berlin


Rechtsanwalt (2017)
Attorney-at-Law (New York) (2014)





Representing the Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund in an LCIA-arbitration seated in Athens, Greece, in connection with the Covid-19 pandemic

Representing a major airline in one of the first English litigation cases before the Frankfurt Regional Court regarding a M&A dispute.

Representing an investment bank in a LCIA-arbitration seated in London, UK.

Representing a major European industrial group in several related ICC-arbitrations against its suppliers.

Representing a German industry conglomerate on post-compliance follow-on damages claims.

Representing a provider of gas storage caverns in a DIS-arbitration proceeding against a construction company.

Acting as counsel for multinational automobile manufacturer in its defense against customer claims arising from the global product recall.


Das Zusammenspiel zwischen Rücktrittserklärung und Verjährungsverzicht sowie dessen kollisionsrechtliche Einordnung – Am Beispiel des Urteils des OLG Stuttgart vom 19.11.2020 – 7 U 33/20 (nv), IWRZ 2022, 71 (zusammen mit Dr. Hendric Labonté)



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