Daniel Tunik is a partner in the litigation and arbitration group of Lenz & Staehelin in Geneva and is active in both court litigation and international arbitration. His fields of activities cover all forms of commercial disputes, notably in the banking sector, as well as all types of disputes in connection with investigations. He is also active in the areas of insolvency law, white-collar crime and employment disputes.
Other areas of his practice include general civil litigation, bankruptcy and debt collection, white-collar criminal litigation, enforcement of foreign judgments and awards, international legal assistance in civil, criminal and administrative matters, and IP litigation.
Daniel Tunik graduated from the University of Geneva in 1990 (lic iur) and from the Geneva Graduate Institute for International Studies in 1991 (Diploma of Higher Studies). He also holds an LLM from Georgetown University Law Center (1992). He joined Lenz & Staehelin in 1995 and has been a Partner since 2001.