Micha Bühler is a partner in the litigation and arbitration team of Walder Wyss and works in the Zurich office.
His primary focus is dispute resolution in complex cross-border cases, particularly regarding infrastructure and construction projects, M&A transactions, banking and finance, as well as distribution contracts. His practice extends from pre-litigation advice, party representation in commercial arbitration and court litigation, to serving as an arbitrator in arbitration proceedings under various arbitration rules. In addition, he advises public authorities and contractors on public procurement issues and represents them in public procurement litigations before cantonal administrative courts, the Swiss Federal Administrative Court and the Swiss Federal Supreme Court.
Mr Bühler studied law at the universities of Basel and Lausanne (1997; summa cum laude) and received his master’s degree in international commercial law from the University of Cambridge (LLM, 2003). He is a member of the bar examination board of the Canton of Zurich and regularly publishes and lectures in his fields of specialisation.
He speaks German, English and French, and is admitted to practise throughout Switzerland (2000).
With approximately 160 lawyers, Walder Wyss is one of the largest Swiss law firms, with offices in Zurich, Geneva, Basel, Berne, Lausanne and Lugano. It offers a full range of services for the business community in Switzerland, as well as public, private and international clients. Its practice teams handle business transactions, banking and finance matters, taxes, arbitration and litigation as well as IP/IT and competition matters.
WWL says: Micha Bühler is highly recommended by peers for his international arbitration experience, which includes expertise in construction and infrastructure projects, among others.
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