Daniel specialises in employment law and litigation. He assists clients on day-to-day labour law matters (terminations, sickness, staff delegation rights, etc.). He has developed a considerable expertise in litigation matters as he represents clients in the various stages of lawsuits before the labour courts including the Cassation Court.
After joining the Employment and Social law department of the firm in 2014, he was promoted Senior Associate in 2017 and Counsel in 2021.
Daniel is a regular lecturer at the House of Training (Chamber of Commerce) since 2014.
Master 2 Droit Bancaire et Financier, Pantheon-Sorbonne University Paris I, 2009
Master 1 Entreprise et Droit des Affaires, Montesquieu University Bordeaux IV, 2008
English, French, German, Luxembourgish
Luxembourg Bar, admitted in 2011
Jurisprudence thématique – Licenciements pour motifs économiques, Revue pratique de Droit Social n. 4, October 2019