Dr Daniel Schubmann

Dr Daniel Schubmann

Dr Daniel Schubmann


T +49 511 5458 16810

Certified Specialist in Commercial and Corporate Law
Industries Health Care & Life Science

Areas of practice

Dr Daniel Schubmann advises both buy-side and sell-side clients on national and international mergers and acquisitions. In addition, he specialises in privatisations and structuring transactions in the health care industry and the public sector. Furthermore, he also advises public-law institutions on corporate law issues in connection with their holdings in companies organised under private law. Daniel Schubmann’s services also include conducting corresponding corporate law disputes.


Dr Daniel Schubmann studied law at Leibniz University in Hanover (Germany) from 2001 to 2005, where he also received his doctorate for a thesis on a public business law topic. As part of his legal training, he worked for the German Lawyers’ Association (Deutscher Juristentag) and for a large international law firm in the banking and public law departments. Daniel Schubmann was admitted to the German Bar in 2009 and, from 2009 to 2011, worked in the corporate/M&A department of an international commercial law firm in Dusseldorf (Germany). He joined Luther’s Hanover office as a lawyer in 2011 and has been a certified specialist in commercial and corporate law since 2016.


  • Johanniter GmbH - legal advice on the acquisition of several hospital companies
  • Spremberger Krankenhausgesellschaft mbH - corporate law advice on re-municipalisation
  • Krankenhaus Jülich GmbH - legal advice on re-municipalisation by the Town of Jülich
  • District of Oberspreewald-Lausitz - comprehensive advice on the sale of a majority holding in the hospital company (including redrafting the company agreement) and on the subsequent restructuring of municipal affiliated companies
  • Corporate law advice to an administrative district on the restructuring of the shareholder structure of an affiliated company
  • University hospital of Ulm - legal advice in connection with the acquisition of a majority holding in a hospital company and subsequent integration and restructuring of the hospital company and its subsidiary
  • Town of Waldshut-Tiengen - corporate law advice on the withdrawal from a hospital company owned jointly with another municipality
  • Corporate law advice on the formation, mergers and re-organisation of investment and special purpose companies of professional pension funds
  • Hochtaunus District - advice on the sale of a municipal service company
  • District of Hildesheim - corporate law advice on the partial privatisation of a lung care clinic
  • District of Lüneburg - advice on the spin-off of a ferry operating company
  • District of Ravensburg - legal advice on the award of a management contract regarding an affiliated company
  • Town of Friedrichshafen - advice on the award of a management contract regarding an affiliated company
  • AWIGO Group - corporate law advice on the restructuring of the Group and its affiliated companies
  • Advice to a university medical centre on its partnership with a municipal company
  • Corporate law advice on the restructuring of a municipal energy provider with further municipal shareholders
  • Advice to a non-profit organisation on the reorganisation of its affiliated companies (mergers, liquidation, etc.)


  • Deutscher Juristentag e.V. (secretary of the business law division)
  • Rechtsanwalts- und Notarverein Hannover e.V. (regular lectures in the commercial and corporate law working group)