David Mamane is the practice area head of Schellenberg Wittmer's Competition Group in Zurich and Geneva. His main areas of practice are Swiss and European competition law; telecommunications, and energy. He regularly advises clients in proceedings before the Swiss Competition Commission and is experienced in all aspects of Swiss and European competition law, including national and multi-jurisdictional merger control procedures, cartel and abuse of dominance investigations, dawn raids, compliance, internal investigations, and leniency procedures.
David studied law at the University of Basel (lic. iur., 1997) and the College of Europe in Bruges, Belgium (LL.M., Master of European Law, 2003), where he was a teaching assistant. David is also a lecturer in competition law at the University of Lucerne and the author of several publications in the field on Swiss and European competition law. Global Competition Review ranks David as one of the world's leading young antitrust lawyers below the age of 40 (GCR 40 under 40).