In this year’s research into the Swiss investigations market, we highlight 30 lawyers who are highly experienced at assisting clients with internal and external investigations from authorities at home and abroad.
Most highly regarded
Schellenberg Wittmer excels with eight practitioners recognised this year.
Benjamin Borsodi is "who you would want on your side at a time of crisis because he is cool headed, calm and clear in his approach to complex issues”.
Paul Gully-Hart has a stellar reputation in the market having amassed considerable experience handling complex multi-jurisdictional investigations.
Peter Burckhardt is recognised as “highly knowledgeable with excellent strategic judgement regarding the impact of Swiss matters on cross-border investigations”.
Vincent Jeanneret is a long-standing figure in the market and receives recognition for his significant experience handling complex white-collar crime issues.
Clara Poglia is recognised for her “expertise in complex multi-jurisdictional fraud cases with criminal elements” and “provides an exceptional client service”.
Bär & Karrer Ltd achieves four listings this year.
Saverio Lembo receives accolades for his deep-seated experience handling complex and cross-border investigations.
Andreas Länzlinger is a big name in the market thanks to his experience handling internal investigations for pharmaceutical, financial and construction industry-focused clients.
Eric Stupp ranks highly among peers thanks to this tremendous expertise in complex corporate investigations.
Andrew Garbarski is a seasoned white-collar crime lawyer with a wealth of experience in multi-jurisdictional investigations.
Lalive sees three talented practitioners recognised in this chapter.
Marc Henzelin earns plaudits for his considerable experience handling asset search and recovery issues and complex investigations.
Simone Nadelhofer is “extremely precise and efficient” and “very well known in the international network” thanks to her “deep experience dealing with complicated cases”.
Sandrine Giroud is highlighted for her “breadth of experience and skill which only very few lawyers possess” in the investigations field.
Lenz & Staehelin performs well in this chapter with three listings.
Miguel Oural is a seasoned litigator who is looked upon with enormous favour for his strong experience coordinating internal investigations.
Daniel Tunik “combines intellectual elegance and steadiness which makes him one of the best commercial litigators around”.
Shelby du Pasquier “offers extensive experience in financial regulation, advising banks on regulatory investigations" and is lauded for his "great understanding of the client’s business”.
Sonja Maeder Morvant of Reiser Avocats ranks highly among peers and is praised as "knowledgeable, very accessible and diligent".
Flavio Romerio from Homburger possesses a fine reputation for his top-notch work on complex investigations and vast experience dealing with US regulatory authorities.
Claudio Bazzani draws praise for his significant experience in undertaking complex investigations faced by clients from the Swiss and foreign authorities.
Martin Weber at Roesle Frick & Partners receives high praise for “providing an excellent service with to the point advice". He is further commended for his "ability to understand complex commercial issues”.
At taormina, Andrea Taormina “is extremely dedicated and focused on providing the best" for clients with sources noting that his "extensive experience enables him to work out terrific deals”.