Christoph Bruckschweiger is a partner of the firm of Wolff Gstoehl Bruckschweiger (WGB). He and the firm are consistently ranked in band 1 in both Chambers Europe and Chambers Global as well as other independent publications in the field of dispute resolution. Apart from this core competence (comprising arbitration as growing field of activity) he focuses mainly on trusts and foundations, private client matters, and international fraud and asset recovery cases. He and the other partners at WGB mainly advise international clients. Peers praise his solid understanding of the clients’ needs and his business orientation.
He is admitted to the Liechtenstein Bar where he has practised since 2000. During this time he has gained an in-depth knowledge of the legal business in Liechtenstein and can count on a significant business network both in and outside of Liechtenstein.
He speaks on a regular basis on trust and foundation litigation issues as well on fraud an asset recovery topics. He also publishes the Liechtenstein chapters on litigation, enforcement and attachment of assets in various international law guides.
WGB was established in 2004. It provides particular expertise in dispute resolution in connection with foundations and trusts, banking, finance- and insurance law. The firm is also active in the field of white-collar crime, corporate law and regulatory law. Recently, WGB has seen a rise in cases involving trustees’ civil responsibilities in a world which is becoming more and more transparent. In order to provide excellent solutions to its clients, the firm is the Liechtenstein member of Interlaw (www.interlaw.org) an international association of independent law firms.
Christoph speaks German, English, French and Spanish.
WWL says: Christoph Bruckschweiger is described as “a uniquely gifted practitioner” with an impressive commercial litigation practice that has earned him international recognition.
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