Daniel Wiedmann, LL.M. (NYU), is an associated partner at POELLATH in Frankfurt and head of the anti-trust team.
He advises on M&A, private equity, competition and anti-trust law and focuses in particular on German and EU competition law, merger control and regulatory M&A.
He is a speaker and lecturer in his areas of expertise and publishes regularly in national and international publications and is a sought-after German expert in many interviews for all German-related topics with regard to German and EU competition and M&A-related regulatory law.
He is a member of the Anti-Trust and Competition Working Group of Invest Europe; the German Antitrust Law Association (Studienvereinigung Kartellrecht); the Frankfurt Antitrust Forum (KartellrechtsForum Frankfurt) (board member 2014-2018) and the German American Lawyers' Assocation.
He joined POELLATH in 2015, and worked previously at major US law firms (2006-2014) and was a research assistant at Hamburg University (2000-2001).
He studied law at the Universities of Heidelberg, Hamburg and New York (NYU, LL.M., 2002) and was admitted to the German bar in 2006.