Martin Eimer is a partner in the London and Munich offices of Pinsent Masons LLP. His practice focuses on large international infrastructure and energy projects, inter alia in Russia and often in a concession and/or project-finance setting. He regularly advises clients on the drafting and negotiations of construction project documentation, including from a comparative law perspective, and represents clients in related dispute resolution proceedings. Martin Eimer also lectures on international construction contracts from a common and civil law perspective.
His experience includes representing:
- Capital Greater Ring LLC on the concession tender for the construction and operation of Section 3 of the Moscow Regional Ring Road (CKAD);
- Two Capitals Highway LLC on the construction of Sections 7 & 8 of the M11 motorway toll road from Moscow to St. Petersburg;
- Northern Capital Highway LLC on the construction of the Central Section of the Western-High Speed Diameter motorway toll road in St. Petersburg;
- Northern Capital Gateway LLC on the redevelopment of Pulkovo Airport in St. Petersburg;
- the Ministry of Economic and Social Development (MoESD) of Georgia on the preparation of a concession tender for the long-term construction and operation of a deep sea port in Anaklia at the Black Sea;
- a German contractor on the drafting of the EPC contract documentation for the construction of a water treatment facility in St. Petersburg;
- a Russian project company on the construction of a combined motorway/railroad bridge across the Lena River in Eastern Russia;
- a Russian chemicals producer regarding two contracts for the engineering, supply, erection and commissioning of equipment for two chemicals production lines in Russia;
- a state-owned entity on the planning of the High-Speed-Rail Link from Moscow to Kazan.
Martin completed his legal education at the universities of Cologne, Munich (Germany) and Salzburg (Austria) as well as at the Higher Regional Court of Düsseldorf with placements at Essex-Court Chambers in London and the ICC Court in Paris. Martin holds a Master of Laws degree (LL.M.) from the University of Edinburgh (UK) and a doctor of law degree (Dr.) from the University of Regensburg (Germany).