Daniela Salm advises clients on all matters pertaining to German and European antitrust law. This includes, without limitation, advising on antitrust fine, antitrust damages, merger control and abuse-of-dominance proceedings in Germany and abroad, advising on how to structure distribution systems, as well as on forms of cooperation among competitors and on licence agreements. She also provides preventive (compliance) advice. Another important part of her work regards advising on how to lawfully structure subsidies under EU state aid law. Furthermore, Daniela Salm advises on all matters relating to German commercial and distribution law.
Daniela Salm studied law in Konstanz and Berlin (both Germany). After carrying out her legal training at the Higher Regional Court of Berlin, she worked at Humboldt University in Berlin, at the Chair for Comparative Corporate, Commercial, Labour and Employment Law of Prof Dr Christine Windbichler. Daniela Salm was awarded her doctorate for a thesis on the societas Europaea (SE). Before joining Luther, she worked for various large international law firms in the areas of commercial and corporate law with a special emphasis on dispute resolution, in and out of court.