Dr. Daniel Widmann's practice focuses on domestic and international disputes, including litigation and arbitration proceedings as well as pretrial negotiations. He advises clients in negotiations of commercial agreements, such as distribution, supply, and agency, and in arbitration clauses.
In the area of international arbitration, Daniel regularly handles commercial and corporate disputes under the procedural rules of international arbitration institutions such as the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and the German Arbitration Institute (DIS). He also has represented clients in litigation proceedings before the EU Court of Justice and the General Court.
Daniel was based in Jones Day's Miami Office for several months in 2019, where he gained experience in the economic and legal interrelationships of international large-scale M&A transactions and international arbitration. Prior to joining Jones Day, Daniel worked as a research associate at the University of Mannheim, where he also conducted research on his Ph.D. thesis on the protection of the product image under EU distribution and antitrust law. He also clerked at the Higher Administrative Court of the State of Baden-Württemberg and at the Chamber for Competition Law at the District Court of Mannheim.
Schutz des Produktimages durch Vertriebsbindungen im EU-Kartellrecht
Speaking Engagements Prior to Jones Day
Lecturer on European Competition Law, Charles University
Prague, Czech Republic
- Universität Mannheim (Dr. jur. 2018); Second State Exam (Higher Regional Court, Karlsruhe 2018); First State Exam (Mannheim 2017)
- Federal Republic of Germany
- Served as a counselor with the Witness and Victims Assistance Program, Regional Court of Mannheim (2016)
- English, German