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Wenger & Vieli LTD

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Philipp Lindenmayer

Work +41 58 958 58 58
Wenger & Vieli

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Corporate & Commercial Law; Labor & Employment Law; Energy Law; Litigation & Arbitration.


Philipp Lindenmayer conducts national and international litigation before state courts and arbitral tribunals, in particular representing banks, insurance companies and IT companies.

He supports his clients primarily in litigation involving claims and liability, and in labor disputes. He also advises clients and has extensive experience in drafting and negotiating commercial contracts.

Prior to joining Wenger & Vieli Ltd. in 2007, Philipp Lindenmayer worked for several years at leading business law firms in Zurich and completed postgraduate studies (LL.M.) at the University of Pennsylvania Law School and Wharton Business School.


Since 2018, Partner at Wenger & Vieli Ltd.; 2007-2017, Lawyer at Wenger & Vieli Ltd.; 2004-2006, Lawyer at a leading law firm in Zurich; 2001-2002, Junior Lawyer at a leading law firm in Zurich.


German, English and French.


Swiss Bar Association (SAV); Zurich Bar Association (ZAV).


2007, University of Pennsylvannia Law School (LL.M.); 2003, Admission to the Bar; 2001, University of Fribourg (lic. iur).


Dispute resolution: litigation

Within: Dispute resolution: litigation

Wenger & Vieli's team includes 'excellent litigators handling high-profile cases', such as liability, pharmaceutical, banking, insurance, private client and employment disputes. Marco Cereghetti leads the team, while 'diligent and detail-oriented' Nicolas Bracher is also noted. The practice also includes banking litigator Peter Altorfer, as well as corporate and financial specialists Bignia Vieli and Philipp Lindenmayer.

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