Dr Marino Baldi advises on Swiss and international business law, particularly antitrust and competition law, the law of international trade relations, international investments and on European single market law. As the Swiss ambassador and a member of SECO’s Board of Directors, he led many international trade negotiations and played a critically important part in the current competition and single market law. He was a member of the Swiss Competition Commission and teaches European and international business law at the University of Zurich.
Marcel Frey is a member of the Dispute Resolution and Private Clients Teams. He represents Swiss and foreign clients in court and arbitration proceedings. He also advises private individuals with enforcing civil claims in complex cases of white collar crime. Marcel Frey regularly advises clients in international judicial assistance proceedings and the recovery of illegally acquired assets. In addition, he specializes in the enforcement of Swiss and international decisions in Switzerland.
Bernhard Lauterburg is an experienced antitrust lawyer. He supports his clients through antitrust investigations, represents companies which have been harmed by violations of competition law or are faced with claims for damages in the public courts and advises them in contract drafting and antitrust compliance. In addition, Bernhard Lauterburg engages in arbitration – mainly in the area of technical plant and equipment – and in procurement matters. He also has in-depth expertise in the World Trade Organization, investment protection and state aid.
Corinne Nobs is a member of the Private Clients Team. She advises high net worth individuals and families on estate and asset planning and supports trusts, foundations and other organisations in regulatory compliance (AML, FATCA, CRS, etc.). Corinne Nobs also helps Swiss and international companies with all aspects of employment law.