Léonard Stoyanov “provides diligent and concise solutions”, say sources who commend his “ability to understand, summarise, adapt and give factual and imaginative solutions”.
Léonard Stoyanov is a member of the litigation and arbitration practice group of MLL, which he joined as an associate in 2010 before becoming a partner in 2016. As such, he represents clients before Swiss state courts and arbitral tribunals in international disputes. His practice covers a broad spectrum of commercial disputes across various industry sectors including the banking and hedge fund industry, the automotive and pharmaceutical industries and extends to assisting clients in the field of art law disputes as well as trust-law related matters. Over the years, Léonard Stoyanov has also gained extensive experience and has successfully represented and assisted clients in white collar crime investigations before the Swiss criminal authorities.
Léonard Stoyanov holds a bilingual (French/German) law degree from the University of Fribourg and earned a LLM degree in financial and commercial law from Kings' College London. He is admitted to the bar in Switzerland and qualified as a solicitor of England & Wales.
Léonard Stoyanov has published several articles on banking law and arbitration and authored a chapter on the recognition and enforcement of international mediation agreements in a book on amicable dispute resolution: “La reconnaissance et l’exécution des accords issus d’un règlement amiable - Aperçu du droit international et européen et conséquences en Suisse” in La résolution amiable des différends en Suisse (Stämpfli, Berne, 2016).
Léonard Stoyanov is a member of the Swiss Arbitration Association (ASA).