Chambers

“excellent standing in the market”

Who's Who Legal

“key name in the market”

Chambers

“his work across the gamut of antitrust matters is praised by peers and clients”

Chambers

“ranked as one of the leading competition lawyers worldwide under 40”

Who's Who Legal

“praised for his "speed and diligence" ”

Chambers

“strategically impressive”

Chambers

“considerable experience of advising on Swiss and EU competition law”

David Mamane is a Partner and head of Schellenberg Wittmer's Competition Group in Zurich.

Experience

  • Advising in proceedings before the Swiss Competition Commission and experienced in Swiss and European competition law
  • Broad experience in national and multi-jurisdictional merger control procedures, cartel and abuse of dominance investigations, dawn raids, internal investigations, compliance, and leniency procedures
  • Advice to national and multinational clients on competition law aspects in exclusive and selective distribution agreements as well as licensing agreements
  • Large-scale internal competition law investigations, compliance audits and trainings, e-learning, and mock dawn raids
  • Telecom and energy regulation, investigations by the Price Inspector, public procurement procedures

Career

Professional Experience
2011
Partner at Schellenberg Wittmer
2009
Senior Associate at Schellenberg Wittmer
2006
Senior Associate at a Swiss business law firm
2004
Associate in an international law firm in Brussels
2003
Teaching Assistant at the College of Europe in Bruges
2000
Associate at a Swiss business law firm
1999
Founder of a Swiss IT law firm
Education and Admission
2003
LL.M. in European Law, College of Europe, Bruges
2000
Bar Admission in Switzerland
1997
lic. iur., University of Basel
Additional Professional Activities
  • Lecturer at the University of Lucerne
  • Member of the Zurich and Swiss Bar Associations, Studienvereinigung Kartellrecht e.V. and ABA's SIL International Antitrust Committee
 

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