Inga Ludewig

Of Counsel
  • BIOGRAPHY

Inga Ludewig is a litigator who effectively guides her clients through complex international disputes. Her practice includes representing clients in contractual disputes, such as the breakdown of joint venture partnerships and the threat of corporate collapse. In her white collar defense practice, Inga regularly defends clients against allegations of fraud or corruption in cross-border disputes, and conducts complex internal investigations.

Inga represents clients in compliance matters and internal or regulatory investigations, including in various countries in Africa and the former Soviet Union. She has particular experience helping clients navigate the practical challenges and compliance issues posed by the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and the U.K. Bribery Act.

A solicitor of England and Wales, Inga has advised several high-profile clients on arbitration under the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) Rules. She also works with clients from the natural resources sector to complete the preliminary stages of bilateral investment treaty claims. Inga's notable matters include representing an investor in the Democratic of Congo on a joint venture dispute and consequential ICC arbitration in relation to an expropriated mining asset and advising an African state on an infrastructure construction dispute. 

Having lived and worked in countries across Europe, Inga speaks French, German, and Russian. She is a member of the Women's White Collar Defense Association. Of Counsel at Larson LLP, Inga is not licensed to practice law in California or any other jurisdiction of the U.S. and works exclusively on the firm’s international matters.

  • EDUCATION

    Nottingham Law School, Graduate Diploma in Law and Legal Practice Course

    University College London, B.A., honors

  • ADMISSIONS

    England and Wales
    Germany

  • LANGUAGES

    French
    German
    Russian