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WWL Ranking: Recommended

WWL says

Gregor Buhler is held in high esteem by sources for his expert handling of complex data protection matters. 

Biography

Gregor Bühler is deputy head of both the Homburger IP/IT and litigation/arbitration teams. He also heads the data protection/privacy task force at Homburger. Gregor Bühler graduated from the University of St Gall in 1990 (lic iur) and received his doctorate on a topic in trademark licensing in 1995 (summa cum laude). In 1997, he earned an LLM degree from Georgetown University in Washington, DC. He joined Homburger in 1995, becoming partner in 2003.

Gregor Bühler advises on a broad range of intellectual property, IT, privacy and employment law matters, acting for both domestic and international clients. Gregor Bühler is especially experienced in transactional IP work including technology agreements and all types of licensing and distribution agreements. He also acts as a counsel in numerous large proceedings before Swiss state courts, in particular in cases relating to privacy and data protection issues.

Gregor Bühler is senior co-chair of the intellectual property and entertainment law committee of the International Bar Association. He is a member of the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property, the Swiss Arbitration Association, the Institute of Industrial Property, the Swiss Forum for Communication Law and the Licensing Executives Society.

Gregor Bühler regularly publishes and lectures in his areas of expertise. He is also a co-editor of Stämpfli Handkommentar, a commentary on Swiss trademark law, and will shortly publish an article on data protection in internal investigations.

Data - Data Security 2021

Professional Biography

WWL Ranking: Recommended

WWL says

Gregor Buhler is singled out for his remarkable facility for providing first-rate counsel to clients on data security and protection law. 

Biography

Gregor Bühler is deputy head of both the Homburger IP/IT and litigation/arbitration teams. He also heads the data protection/privacy task force at Homburger. Gregor Bühler graduated from the University of St Gall in 1990 (lic iur) and received his doctorate on a topic in trademark licensing in 1995 (summa cum laude). In 1997, he earned an LLM degree from Georgetown University in Washington, DC. He joined Homburger in 1995, becoming partner in 2003.

Gregor Bühler advises on a broad range of intellectual property, IT, privacy and employment law matters, acting for both domestic and international clients. Gregor Bühler is especially experienced in transactional IP work including technology agreements and all types of licensing and distribution agreements. He also acts as a counsel in numerous large proceedings before Swiss state courts, in particular in cases relating to privacy and data protection issues.

Gregor Bühler is senior co-chair of the intellectual property and entertainment law committee of the International Bar Association. He is a member of the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property, the Swiss Arbitration Association, the Institute of Industrial Property, the Swiss Forum for Communication Law and the Licensing Executives Society.

Gregor Bühler regularly publishes and lectures in his areas of expertise. He is also a co-editor of Stämpfli Handkommentar, a commentary on Swiss trademark law, and will shortly publish an article on data protection in internal investigations.

WWL Ranking: Recommended

WWL says

Gregor Buhler is highly sought after for his top-tier work in complex IT-related disputes, both in arbitration and litigation forums.

Biography

Gregor Bühler is deputy head of both the Homburger IP/IT and litigation/arbitration teams. He also heads the data protection/privacy task force at Homburger. Gregor Bühler graduated from the University of St Gall in 1990 (lic iur) and received his doctorate on a topic in trademark licensing in 1995 (summa cum laude). In 1997, he earned an LLM degree from Georgetown University in Washington, DC. He joined Homburger in 1995, becoming partner in 2003.

Gregor Bühler advises on a broad range of intellectual property, IT, privacy and employment law matters, acting for both domestic and international clients. Gregor Bühler is especially experienced in transactional IP work including technology agreements and all types of licensing and distribution agreements. He also acts as a counsel in numerous large proceedings before Swiss state courts, in particular before the commercial courts and has been acting in a number of arbitration cases relating to information technology matters.

Gregor Bühler is senior co-chair of the intellectual property and entertainment law committee of the International Bar Association. He is a member of the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property, the Swiss Arbitration Association, the Institute of Industrial Property, the Swiss Forum for Communication Law and the Licensing Executives Society.

Gregor Bühler regularly publishes and lectures in his areas of expertise. He is also a co-editor of Stämpfli Handkommentar, a commentary on Swiss trademark law.

WWL Ranking: Recommended

National Leader

Switzerland - Data 2021

Professional Biography

WWL Ranking: Recommended

WWL says

Gregor Bühler is hailed as "one of the most prominent practitioners in the area of IT law" thanks to his "impressive technical understanding". 

Biography

Gregor Bühler is head of the Homburger IP/IT and deputy head of the litigation/arbitration team. He also co-heads the data protection/privacy practice at Homburger. Gregor Bühler graduated from the University of St Gall in 1990 (lic iur) and received his doctorate on a topic in trademark licensing in 1995 (summa cum laude) following research scholarship at the Max-Planck-Institute in Munich. In 1997, he earned an LLM degree from Georgetown University in Washington, DC. He joined Homburger in 1995, becoming partner in 2003.

Gregor Bühler advises on a broad range of intellectual property, IT, privacy and data protection law matters, acting for both domestic and international clients. Gregor Bühler is especially experienced in transactional IP work including technology and data related agreements and all types of licensing and distribution agreements. He also acts as a counsel in numerous large proceedings before Swiss state courts, in particular before the commercial courts and the Swiss Federal Patent court.

Gregor Bühler is senior co-chair of the intellectual property and entertainment law committee of the International Bar Association. He is a member of the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property, the Swiss Arbitration Association, the Institute of Industrial Property, the Swiss Forum for Communication Law and the Licensing Executives Society.

Gregor Bühler regularly publishes and lectures in his areas of expertise. He is also a co-editor of Stämpfli Handkommentar, a commentary on Swiss trademark law, in which he discusses the provisions on trademark transfer and licensing.

Switzerland - Patents 2021

Professional Biography

WWL Ranking: Recommended

WWL says

Gregor Bühler draws extensive plaudits from peers for his experience handling patents for technology and pharmaceutical clients.

Biography

Gregor Bühler is head of the Homburger IP/IT and deputy head of the litigation/arbitration team. He also co-heads the data protection/privacy practice at Homburger. Gregor Bühler graduated from the University of St Gall in 1990 (lic iur) and received his doctorate on a topic in trademark licensing in 1995 (summa cum laude) following research scholarship at the Max-Planck-Institute in Munich. In 1997, he earned an LLM degree from Georgetown University in Washington, DC. He joined Homburger in 1995, becoming partner in 2003.

Gregor Bühler advises on a broad range of intellectual property, IT, privacy and employment law matters, acting for both domestic and international clients. Gregor Bühler is especially experienced in transactional IP work including technology agreements and all types of licensing and distribution agreements. He also acts as a counsel in numerous large proceedings before Swiss state courts, in particular before the commercial courts and the Swiss Federal Patent court.

Gregor Bühler is senior co-chair of the intellectual property and entertainment law committee of the International Bar Association. He is a member of the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property, the Swiss Arbitration Association, the Institute of Industrial Property, the Swiss Forum for Communication Law and the Licensing Executives Society.

Gregor Bühler regularly publishes and lectures in his areas of expertise. He is also a co-editor of Stämpfli Handkommentar, a commentary on Swiss trademark law, in which he discusses the provisions on trademark transfer and licensing.

Switzerland - Trademarks 2021

Professional Biography

WWL Ranking: Recommended

WWL says

Gregor Bühler is an “excellent” lawyer who excels across the gamut of IP law issues, including technology transfers, distribution agreements and contentious proceedings. 

Biography

Gregor Bühler is head of the Homburger IP/IT and deputy head of the litigation/arbitration team. He also co-heads the data protection/privacy practice at Homburger. Gregor Bühler graduated from the University of St Gall in 1990 (lic iur) and received his doctorate on a topic in trademark licensing in 1995 (summa cum laude) following research scholarship at the Max-Planck-Institute in Munich. In 1997, he earned an LLM degree from Georgetown University in Washington, DC. He joined Homburger in 1995, becoming partner in 2003.

Gregor Bühler advises on a broad range of intellectual property, IT, privacy and employment law matters, acting for both domestic and international clients. Gregor Bühler is especially experienced in transactional IP work including technology agreements and all types of licensing and distribution agreements. He also acts as a counsel in numerous large proceedings before Swiss state courts, in particular before the commercial courts and the Swiss Federal Patent court.

Gregor Bühler is senior co-chair of the intellectual property and entertainment law committee of the International Bar Association. He is a member of the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property, the Swiss Arbitration Association, the Institute of Industrial Property, the Swiss Forum for Communication Law and the Licensing Executives Society.

Gregor Bühler regularly publishes and lectures in his areas of expertise. He is also a co-editor of Stämpfli Handkommentar, a commentary on Swiss trademark law, in which he discusses the provisions on trademark transfer and licensing.

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