• Overview

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We effectively support our clients in a solution-oriented manner in legal, tax and regulatory matters. Our approximately 80 attorneys, tax advisers and public notaries are organised in the specialist practice teams listed below, each led by an experienced partner. This enables us to individually tailor our services to meet the requirements of the individual project in the most effective manner. Our offices are located in Zurich and Basel, the two largest business centres of Switzerland.

Independence is a key factor for the optimal protection of client interests. We therefore put great value on a very high conflict-of-interest standard that is no longer obvious in the international legal industry. In order to also remain independent in transborder transactions, we have built up our own global network of foreign law firms enabling us to select our foreign attorneys based exclusively on the requirements of the individual mandates and without having to take into consideration the instructions of a law firm group or a network organisation.

  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Listed companies
  • Private equity, venture capital, corporate finance
  • Life sciences, pharma, biotech
  • Corporate and commercial
  • Employment law
  • Real estate
  • Banking and finance
  • Public sector and regulatory
  • Compliance support
  • Antitrust and competition
  • Energy
  • Intellectual property
  • Media and entertainment
  • Information and communication technology
  • Health
  • Aviation
  • Litigation, arbitration
  • Restructuring and insolvency
  • Tax
  • White-collar crime
  • Pension funds
  • Private clients
  • Civil law notaries

Overview

Schützengasse 1
Postfach 1230
8021 Zürich
Switzerland

Turnover (€m): 34.40
Jurisdiction: Switzerland