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Orçun Çetinkaya, LL.M.

Partner

Orçun’s work includes all aspects of disputes, corporate, and employment law matters. He regularly supports both local and foreign clients during cross-border disputes and debts, often involving high values or complex liability issues. Orçun advises clients on a broad range of issues including contractual claims, shareholder and partnership issues, joint ventures, construction, real estate, agency, professional negligence and employment matters, as well as administrative issues, tax disputes, customs, international trade and business crimes.

During his career, Orçun has advised and represented clients at all types and levels of dispute resolution forum in Turkey, from local ad-hoc tribunals through to supreme courts. He has also advised clients regarding their local and international disputes before various ad-hoc and institutional arbitration forums, involving a range of international arbitral procedures and rules. Orçun has also participated in foreign proceedings as a Turkish law expert.

For over ten years, Orçun has provided daily corporate advice to market leading corporate clients in industries such as confectionery, stationery, fertilizers, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, media and advertising, aviation, insurance, reinsurance, construction, energy, technology, electronics, IT and Telecommunications.

Orçun regularly publishes articles and jurisdictional chapters for major legal publishers regarding dispute resolution and corporate issues. He is also the co-editor of the first English only law journal in Turkey, The Turkish Commercial Law Review. Orçun is regularly invited to speak at conferences and industry forums around the world.

Registrations

Istanbul Bar Association (2004)

Education

University of Nottingham, School of Law, LL.M. (2007)
Ankara University Law School (2002)

Languages

English, Turkish

Memberships

International Bar Association
American Bar Association
European Criminal Bar Association
London Court of International Arbitration