Anne Catherine Hahn “is a highly experienced litigation lawyer” with “profound legal knowledge and amazing understanding of the market” as well as a “deep understanding of business acumen”.
Anne-Catherine Hahn is a partner with IPrime Legal Ltd, a boutique firm in Zurich focusing on technology and technology disputes.
Relying on many years of international experience as partner with Baker McKenzie, where she was a member of the firm’s steering committee for the EMEA dispute resolution practice group, Anne-Catherine Hahn acts as counsel, arbitrator and mediator in commercial disputes, particularly in the life sciences and technology sectors. She regularly intervenes in complex disputes at the crossroads of civil and criminal law involving, for example, IP theft, conflicts of interest and governance issues, or allegations of fraud and bribery, and has acted as counsel and arbitrator under the ICC, Swiss, WIPO, DIS, Vienna and SIAC Rules. As a trained mediator, Anne-Catherine Hahn also presides a conciliation commission in charge of gender equality issues within the ETH Domain, a Swiss network of high-profile technical universities and research institutions.
Prior to joining IPrime Legal Ltd, Anne-Catherine Hahn was a partner for seven years with Baker McKenzie in Zurich. She has for many years taught courses to graduate students at the University of Fribourg in Switzerland and was an academic visitor at the National University of Singapore. Anne-Catherine regularly publishes and speaks on her areas of practice.
Anne-Catherine Hahn is a Swiss-qualified lawyer. She holds a bilingual law degree and a doctorate from the University of Fribourg, Switzerland, as well as an LL.M. from the University of Michigan, and qualified as mediator in Germany. She is fluent in German, English and French, and conversational in Italian.