Daniel A. Weiß advises national and international companies on banking and banking regulation law, as well as financing.
Daniel A. Weiß specialises in banking and capital market law. He concentrates on advising national credit institutions and companies in financing matters. In particular, Daniel Weiß represents credit institutions in litigation concerning all matters related to banking and savings bank law. This includes enforcement or defence of claims in credit and credit security law (also in connection with insolvency), defence against claims arising from investment advice, and in regards to payment disputes.
In the field of corporate law, Daniel Weiß advises companies on matters of corporate structure and financing measures, including in cases of reorganisation due to crisis. He regularly functions on behalf of executive bodies for both investment and equity capital.
Daniel A. Weiß is an associated partner at GÖRG Partnerschaft von Rechtsanwälten mbB. Before studying law, he completed an apprenticeship as a banker, and subsequently worked for a major German bank in risk controlling (in the Credit and Counterparty Risks Department) and in the investment banking sector in Frankfurt am Main.
After his law studies at the Goethe University Frankfurt, and working as a research assistant in an international corporate law firm, he completed his legal training in Frankfurt am Main with clerkship at international corporate law firms in Frankfurt am Main and London (UK).
He was admitted to the bar in 2012. Daniel Weiß also successfully completed a certification course for specialists in banking and capital market law.