About Daniela Just
Daniela Just started her career at an international law firm, working several years in the field of litigation and general commercial law. During that time, she was also seconded to the inhouse legal team of an American conglomerate.
With her next professional step, she entered industry working for the legal department of Ocè, a worldwide leading company in the field of digital printing and document management products. She was primarily occupied with general contract law, as well as, amongst others, R&D contracts, IT-outsourcing projects and software licensing projects (including Open Source Software). Thereafter, she was General Counsel to Lantiq, a worldwide engaged semiconductor company in the field of networks and digital home networks. As the sole legal counsel to the company she was responsible for all legal aspects across all sites. The successful sale of the Lantiq-group to Intel Corporation brought her to Intel’s headquarters in the Silicon Valley, where she offered legal support to the Client Computing group. Back at Intel’s office in Munich she focused on providing legal advice in the context of high-performance computing (in particular tender proceedings) as well as disruptive technologies such as internet-of-things and autonomous driving.
Daniela Just was admitted to the German bar in 2006. She studied law at the renowned universities of Passau, Germany, and Pavia, Italy. She completed her practical legal training as Rechtsreferendarin (trainee lawyer) at the higher regional court of Düsseldorf, Germany, and the Indo-German chamber of commerce in Mumbai, India. In her free time, she dedicates herself to all sorts of mountain sports.