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Jamie Nowak heads the German dispute resolution and litigation practice and is based in Munich. He focuses on contentious matters and proceedings, primarily in technology-driven industries.
Jamie has broad experience of national and international litigation, mediation and arbitration matters. He advises and represents clients across various industries predominantly in corporate and general commercial disputes. Jamie regularly handles complex international product liability cases and assists in internal and governmental investigations and cross-border discovery proceedings, with aspects of data protection in particular. His non-contentious experience includes general commercial contract law and IT/IP matters.
According to the legal directory JUVE 2018/2019, Jamie is often recommended for "dispute resolution - commercial and liability: litigation".
In the 2017/2018 edition, Jamie is described as having the "best contacts to the courts" and as being "internationally very strong" and "assertive and experienced". He is also noted as being "very well connected".
Legal 500 Germany 2019 notes Jamie is "an exceptional talent in the market" in the area of commercial litigation. In addition, he has been included for the fourth time in The Best Lawyers in Germany, 2019 in the fields of litigation, arbitration and mediation.
According to the survey kanzleimonitor.de 2018/2019, conducted among in-house counsel, Jamie ranks among the top five recommended lawyers for dispute resolution in Germany.
Jamie holds a law degree and a master's in International and European Commercial Law from Munich University (LL.M. Eur.). He is a certified specialist for corporate and commercial law (Fachanwalt für Handels- und Gesellschaftsrecht), a member of the German American Lawyers Association, the German Institution of Arbitration (DIS) and the German Association of Law and Informatics (DGRI).
Jamie is fluent in German and English.
December 13, 2018
December 11, 2018
Norton Rose Fulbright advises the Auditing Association of German Banks in relation to the privatisation of HSH Nordbank
November 09, 2018
Webinar | Various dates to choose from
New registration and reporting obligations under the new German Packaging Act (Verpackungsgesetz) will come into force on January 1, 2019
Publication | January 2019
Webinar | 8. Juni 2017
Webinar | 20. April 2017