Daniela has developed a wide corporate and M&A practice with a client base ranging from large listed companies to smaller listed and unlisted companies. One pillar of her practice is providing legal advice to bidders, targets and shareholders in private and public M&A transactions. Another focus is to prepare and steer critical shareholder meetings to implement corporate reorganizations such as conversions, mergers, spin-offs, domination / profit transfer agreements and the squeeze-out of minority shareholders.
Daniela also handles the respective corporate litigation and appraisal proceedings and advises companies on their ongoing corporate matters with a focus on corporate governance, compliance and directors' liabilities issues.
Daniela joined Hengeler Mueller in 1993, and has been partner since 1999. From 2010 to 2014 she served as co-managing partner of the firm.
Daniela is a regular contributor to commentaries and handbooks on German corporate and takeover law and is the co-editor of a recent survey on "Supervisory Boards in Germany".