Asena Aytuğ Keser

Asena Aytuğ Keser

Managing Associate
Bar Admissions: Istanbul Bar Association
Languages: English, Turkish
Phone: + 90 (212) 354 00 05
Email: asena.keser@gun.av.tr


Asena Aytuğ Keser has been with the firm since 2011 and is a managing associate. Her practice focuses on dispute management; business crime and anti-corruption; employment; insurance and reinsurance; administrative, tax and regulatory and construction and real estate.

Asena advises and represents both national and international clients in various commercial and corporate disputes before courts and arbitral tribunals, including high profile compensation cases, M&A and shareholders disputes, real estate and construction disputes and enforcement of foreign court judgments and arbitral awards. She has a specific focus on business crimes and she handles various disputes where the dispute contains the application of both civil and criminal law principles.  Asena also represents many clients in regulated markets and her experience in dispute management also expands to administrative and tax law related disputes.

She is also experienced in employment law. She provides consultancy and represents clients in relation to a wide range of employment law issues including preparation and negotiation of employment contracts, terminations, personnel management, reemployment and unjust competition actions.

Combining her experience in dispute management with insurance law, Asena focuses on the litigation aspect of the firm’s insurance & reinsurance practice. She represents and advises many clients in both local and London insurance market, loss adjusters, international law firms and brokers for handling and management of disputes concerning various types of insurance, carrying out settlement processes, assessment of claim amount and liability of respected parties as well as of policy coverage.

Speaking Engagements

Current Developments in Employment Law Under COVID-19, Gün + Partners Webinar, Speaker, 14.05.2020

Procedure and Consequences of Termination of Employment Contracts due to the Act of Employees Constituting Business Crimes, Gün + Partners Event, Speaker, 10.05.2017



  • 2011, Faculty of Law, İstanbul Bilgi Üniversitesi, İstanbul L.L.B
  • 2009, Bucerius Law School, Hamburg, Germany (Erasmus Exchange Program, Fall)
  • 2006, Balıkesir Sırrı Yırcalı Anatolian HighSchool

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