Katharina Klenk-Wernitzki advises national and international clients on all matters pertaining to extrajudicial dispute resolution, especially by arbitration, and litigation. In this connection, she primarily advises on matters relating to commercial and distribution law, in addition to dealing with general civil law issues. A particular focus of her advisory services is on cross-border issues, especially in a German-Chinese context.
Katharina Klenk-Wernitzki studied East Asian/Chinese regional studies and law at the University of Cologne (Germany) and at the International Studies University in Peking (China), with an emphasis on Chinese law and on international commercial law of nations and private commercial law. She carried out her legal training at the Regional Court of Bonn (Germany), which inter alia included working at the German American Chamber of Commerce in New York (USA). Before joining Luther as a lawyer in 2017, Katharina Klenk-Wernitzki worked inter alia at Da-Yeh University on Taiwan and as deputy manager for the German Chinese Business Association (DCW).