This year’s research identifies 34 experts in business crime defence who demonstrate excellence in handling complex white-collar crime matters, defending corporates and individuals.
Most highly regarded
Schellenberg Wittmer performs particularly well in this chapter with a total of six lawyers listed.
Paul Gully-Hart is a truly exceptional white-collar crime lawyer who is “very well respected around the world” for his expertise in complex defence proceedings and litigation.
Benjamin Borsodi is a “star” with a ‘‘practical approach” and “sincere professionalism” when defending clients on corporate crime.
Vincent Jeanneret has “extensive practical experience” in the commercial and banking sectors. He brings a “fresh imaginative approach” to cases, which gives him the “ability to always define the best strategies quickly and successfully”.
Clara Poglia is hugely “impressive” when it comes to defending corporate clients throughout dispute resolution and white-collar matters, according to sources.
Peter Burckhardt is “strongly recommended” by his peers for his excellent knowledge of investigations and white-collar crime proceedings and his work with large corporates.
Roland Ryser is a “passionate and dedicated lawyer” who excels when advising and representing individuals and corporate clients alike in business and economic crime proceedings.
Bär & Karrer also excels in this chapter with four lawyers listed.
Saverio Lembo is an “outstanding” lawyer on an international level, and an “absolute go-to” for clients seeking someone “at the top of their game intellectually and tactically”.
Andrew Michael Garbarski is highly respected by market sources who deem him ‘‘one of the most diligent, thorough and insightful criminal lawyers’’ in Switzerland.
Andreas Länzlinger possesses vast experience across finance cases with a “special scope in banking” along with strong experience in internal investigations.
Eric Stupp is a “senior figure” in Switzerland thanks to his expertise and in-depth knowledge on internal investigations and white-collar crime cases.
RVMH Avocats sees four lawyers listed here.
Patrick Hunziker is a highly regarded and technically skilled lawyer, with a wealth of experience in advising clients on contentious white-collar proceedings.
The ‘‘excellent’’ Guillaume Vodoz is recognised for his profound knowledge and experience of banking and finance matters relating to corporate criminal proceedings.
Albert Righini’s expertise in economic criminal law, cartels and competition has made him a top choice for clients who commend his ‘‘very diligent’’ approach.
Pierre-Damien Eggly is a key name in Switzerland’s criminal law landscape, highly regarded for his expert handling of white-collar crime proceedings.
Lalive’s Marc Henzelin is looked upon with enormous favour by market commentators who single him out as a leading figure in the Swiss white-collar crime arena.
Alec Reymond of Lex Avocats is “very well known” and “highly recommended” among his peers for his profound knowledge of international white-collar crime proceedings.
Miguel Oural at Lenz & Staehelin is a truly “outstanding lawyer” who “deserves recognition” for his superb work advising clients on corporate fraud and white-collar litigation.
Daniel Tunik is a disputes specialist, well thought of among peers thanks to his outstanding work on white-collar proceedings and investigations.
At Homburger, Roman Richers comes highly recommended by market sources for his wealth of experience advising clients on cross-border disputes and white-collar crime law.
Flavio Romerio has established himself as a market leader, coupling a “bright and innovative” mind with white-collar and banking knowledge and experience.
The diligent Sonja Maeder Morvant at OHER Avocats “exudes confidence”, impressing her peers repeatedly with her tremendous depth of expertise in business crime defence and corporate investigations.
At BianchiSchwald, Jean-Marc Carnicé is an “outstanding figure on an international level” who comes “highly recommended” for his deep expertise in a vast array of white-collar crime proceedings.