Daniel Busse

Daniel Busse is a partner in the Frankfurt office of Lovells LLP. He is part of the firm’s German litigation and arbitration practice and focuses exclusively on dispute resolution (including pre-action risk analysis and advice), predominantly arbitration. He deals in particular with matters in the areas of post-M&A, insurance and reinsurance, finance and projects, and also handles general commercial cases. Chambers Global states that he has a ‘strong track record in arbitration’ and is ‘highly visible’. He is recommended in various other publications (including The International Who’s Who of Commercial Arbitration) and notably is one of the relatively few lawyers in the list of leading arbitration practitioners in Germany published by JUVE, the leading German legal publisher.Daniel has considerable experience as both counsel and arbitrator (party-appointed, sole arbitrator, chairman) in ad hoc and institutional arbitration proceedings. To date, he has served as an arbitrator in more than 20 cases. A lecturer of arbitration law at the University of Giessen, he is also a founder of the Hamburg Group of DIS40 and a co-founder of the Hamburg Arbitration Circle. He has given numerous talks and organised conferences on a range of arbitration topics. He has also published various articles in German and English law reviews on aspects of international and commercial arbitration.Daniel holds a doctorate from the University of Bonn (summa cum laude) and a Master of Law from Columbia University School of Law.

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