Daniel Greineder is “strongly recommended” by market sources who note, “He is undoubtedly one of the new generation of influential European arbitration lawyers."
Daniel Greineder is a partner in the Geneva office of Peter & Partners International SA, a Swiss law firm specialising in international commercial and investment arbitration, as well as related court proceedings and ADR. He trained at the London Commercial Bar and practised in the arbitration group of a leading US law firm in London before moving to Switzerland in 2011.
Daniel Greineder advises and represents parties to arbitrations. As a barrister, he attaches special importance to advocacy, both written and oral. In his diverse practice, he routinely works closely with lawyers from different common and civil law backgrounds, and many of his cases involve the application of foreign law. In this, he benefits from being a native speaker of English as well as German.
He is familiar with the rules of the leading arbitral institutions (including ICC, SCAI, DIS, LCIA, VIAC and SIAC) and has worked on questions concerning the procedural laws of numerous arbitral seats, including Geneva, London and Singapore.
He has particular expertise in disputes arising out of M&A transactions, the oil and gas sector, including unconventional gas, JVs and construction projects. He also advises parties to contractual price reviews under long-term agreements for the supply of gas and electricity. Much of his practice involves complex factual and expert evidence, in particular damages calculations.
Geographically, recent cases have involved parties from throughout Europe, the CIS countries, Asia, including China, and Turkey.
Daniel Greineder was educated at the University of Oxford and City University, London, where he received numerous scholarships and prizes. He is an English-qualified barrister and a Registered Foreign Lawyer in Geneva.