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Lenz & Staehelin

ROUTE DE CHÊNE 30, 1211 GENEVA 6, SWITZERLAND
Tel:
Work +41 58 450 70 00
Fax:
Fax +41 58 450 70 01
Email:
Web:
www.lenzstaehelin.com
Geneva, Lausanne, Zurich

Daniel Tunik

Tel:
Work +41 58 450 70 00
Email:
Web:
www.lenzstaehelin.com
Lenz & Staehelin

Work Department

Litigation and Arbitration, General Civil Litigation, Employment Law, Bankruptcy and Debt Collection, White Collar Criminal Litigation, Enforcement of Foreign Judgements and Awards, International Legal Assistance in Civil, Criminal and Administrative Matters, IP Litigation, Investigations.

Position

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 activitiy cover all forms of commercial disputes, notably in the banking sector. He is also active in the areas of insolvency law, white collar crime and employment disputes.

Career

Admission to New York Bar (1992), Admission to Geneva Bar (1994), Associate at Lenz & Staehelin (1995), Partner at Lenz & Staehelin (2001).

Languages

French, English, Spanish, German.

Member

Geneva Bar Association (OdA), Swiss Lawyers Federation (FSA, Member of the Committee of the Anti-Money Laundering Self Regulated Organisation).

Education

University of Geneva (lic. iur. 1990), Geneva Graduate Institute for International Studies (Diploma of Higher Studies 1991), Georgetown University Law Center (LL.M. 1992).


Switzerland

Dispute resolution: litigation

Within: Dispute resolution: litigation

Lenz & Staehelin's strengths in litigation include banking and finance, liability claims, white-collar crime, shareholder and post-M&A litigation, inheritance disputes, employment claims, as well as contentious intellectual property and real estate matters. In 2018, Harold Frey and Dominique Müller reached a settlement for client Sika, the Burkard family and Saint-Gobain concerning the €1.8bn dispute over the attempted sale of the family's stake to Saint-Gobain, terminating all proceedings and maintaining Sika's status as an independent company. Frey acts for respondent Bank Julius Bär in ongoing monetary claim proceedings against the German government body BvS (Federal Institute for Special Tasks Arising from Unification). Daniel Tunik heads the team in Geneva.

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