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Jamie Nowak


Norton Rose Fulbright LLP

Jamie Nowak


T:+49 89 212148 422

Jamie Nowak is a dispute resolution and commercial/technology lawyer based in Munich. As head of the German dispute resolution and litigation and the German technology practice he focuses on contentious matters and proceedings as well as commercial contracts, primarily in technology driven industries.

Jamie’s contentious experience comprises a wide variety of national and international litigation, mediation and arbitration matters. He advises and acts for our clients in corporate, banking, insurance as well as general commercial disputes, mainly in the transport, energy and technology sectors. Jamie regularly advises and represents in product liability cases and also assists in internal investigations and cross-border discovery proceedings.

His non-contentious experience includes general contract law (e.g. sales, procurement, service, distribution, agency, franchise and cooperation agreements) and IT/IP matters (e.g. data protection, e-commerce, outsourcing, licensing, copyrights, trademarks, know-how).

The legal directory JUVE 2016/2017 recommends Jamie in the field of "dispute resolution - commercial and liability". In the current edition, Jamie is referred to as "exceptionally well connected, in particular with the courts" and in Legal 500 Deutschland 2017 Jamie is acknowledged for dispute resolution. In addition, he was selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in Germany 2018 for the third time in the fields of litigation as well as arbitration and mediation.

Jamie holds a law degree and a master in International and European Commercial Law from Munich University (LL.M. Eur.). He is fluent in German and English. He is a member of the German-American-Lawyers-Association, the German Institution of Arbitration (DIS) and the German Association of Law and Informatics (DGRI).

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