Daniel Greineder trained at the London Commercial Bar and has practised in the field of international commercial dispute resolution in Geneva and London. He has advised and represented parties to institutional and ad hoc arbitrations and to English court proceedings as well as to contractual price reviews and mediations. His practice focuses on technically complex cases across different industry sectors, in particular disputes arising out of M&A transactions, construction projects, and JVs and supply agreements in the energy industry.
Daniel Greineder has often worked with lawyers from different common and civil law backgrounds and many of his cases involve the application of foreign law. He has extensive experience of applications for provisional measures in commercial arbitration.
He is an English-qualified barrister and was called to the Bar of England and Wales in 2005.