NOTOS Attorney Daniel Hövel in a Portrait photo

Daniel Hövel

LL.M. (London)


Specialist lawyer for industrial property
Specialist lawyer for IT law

About him

Daniel Hövel has broad experience in Intellectual Property law as well as in privacy, commercial and contract law. He advises companies on the drafting and negotiation of distribution and licensing agreements as well as on the establishment, monitoring and defense of Intellectual Property rights. A focus of his practice is Litigation, particularly in Trademark, Design and Patent law matters.

Daniel Hövel’s practice also focuses on advising clients from the agency and media industry, in particular on data protection compliance, advertising agency contracts, testimonial and merchandising engagements, licensing issues and general contract drafting.

Daniel Hövel also advises and represents individuals, companies and associations in the event of data breaches or crisis situations, in particular in the prevention and elimination of statements that damage reputation or image.

In addition to his legal practice, Mr. Hövel is a lecturer in litigation and tactics at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main. He can also draw on several years of experience as a consultant in a management consultancy specializing in strategic brand management.


Since 2019
Notos, Partner

Since 2013
Assistant lecturer at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main

Salary Partner at FPS Lawyers & Notaries, Frankfurt am Main

Senior Associate at FPS Lawyers & Notaries, Frankfurt am Main

Attorney with FPS Rechtsanwälte, a largely independent business law firm, Frankfurt am Main, from 2015 as Salary Partner


  • Studied law in Frankfurt am Main
  • LL.M., University of London (International Programmes)


  • Anmerkungen zu OLG Frankfurt/M., Beschl. V. 17.12.2010, Az. 1 Ws 29/09, in: GRUR 2011, S. 253 f.
  • Handbuch Recht im Internet, Kapitel 22-A, 11/2012
  • Apple vs. Samsung – Kampf der Tablet-Giganten: Anmerkungen zu LG Düsseldorf, Urt. V. 09.09.2011, Az. 14c O 194/11, in: Legal Tribune Online

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