Lawyer

DR. DANIEL HUßMANN

  • Company Law
  • Commercial Law and Contracts
  • Data Protection
  • Litigation and Arbitration
  • IP and Competition Law

Daniel Hußmann mainly advises on the interface between commercial and corporate law issues and intellectual property law. He also specialises in data protection law.

In addition to conducting litigation, Mr Hußmann is primarily engaged in legal structuring. In this function, he advises companies and sports associations particularly in the area of M&A and on the realisation of larger projects around the topic of digitalisation.

Curriculum Vitae

Daniel Hußmann studied in Düsseldorf, Hull (England) and Münster, where he specialised in information, telecommunications and media law.

After his first state examination, Mr Hußmann worked as a private tutor in Münster and gained experience at a major German law firm in the areas of IP and competition law. Among others, he spent his legal traineeship at the international law firm Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in Düsseldorf.

Having passed his second state examination in 2018, Mr Hußmann started working at KÜMMERLEIN and wrote his dissertation on the topic of "Data Ownership" in parallel. He was successfully awarded his doctorate in spring 2021.

Daniel Hußmann speaks German and English.

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