Claude Ramoni is widely recognised among peers in Switzerland for his skill in the field. He covers a broad array of matters including governance as well as disciplinary and doping mandates.
Claude Ramoni is a Swiss qualified attorney-at-law and a founding partner of the Swiss law firm Libra Law, whose offices are located at the Maison du Sport International in Lausanne. For the last 10 years, Libra Law has specialised in advising and representing clients in the fields of sports and business law.
After obtaining his law degree and PhD in law from the University of Lausanne, Claude Ramoni spent more than seven years practising with a major law firm in Lausanne as an associate attorney. Since he founded Libra Law, Claude Ramoni has advised and represented clients from the world of sport, such as national and international sports federations, clubs and athletes in various areas, with specific focuses on anti-doping, disciplinary and contractual matters, and governance issues. He regularly acts as counsel before the Court of Arbitration for Sport, judicial bodies of sports federations or Swiss courts, including the Swiss Federal Tribunal. He also advises international sports federations in their day-to-day business.
Claude Ramoni further advises medium-sized and large companies in their business activities; notably, he handles M&A operations and complex contract negotiations. He also serves as a board member of Swiss companies and foundations.
Claude Ramoni is also a visiting lecturer on several master’s programmes, including the Academy of Sports Science and Technology (AISTS) in Lausanne, the International Centre for Sports Studies (CIES) in Neuchâtel, the Higher Institute of Law and Economics (ISDE) in Madrid, the University of Lleida/INEFC, and the Escuela Universitaria Real Madrid. Being fluent in English and French, Claude Ramoni is a regular speaker at sports law conferences and regularly publishes contributions in the field of sports law, in particular on anti-doping matters.