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FBT Attorneys-at-Law

RUE DU 31-DÉCEMBRE 47, CASE POSTALE 6120, 1211 GENEVA 6, SWITZERLAND
Tel:
Work +41 22 849 6040
Email:
Web:
www.fbt.ch
Geneva, Paris

Michaël Biot

Tel:
Work +41 22 849 60 40
Email:
Web:
www.fbt.ch
FBT Attorneys-at-Law

Work Department

Litigation

Position

Partner in the Litigation and Arbitration Group.
Michaël Biot's fields of activities cover all forms of commercial disputes, notably in the financial sector. He is also active in the areas of insolvency law and employment disputes.

Career

Since 2014 – Partner, FBT Avocats SA, Geneva

2007-2013 – Associate, FBT Avocats SA, Geneva

2006 – Associate, Flemming Zulack Williamson Zauderer LLP, New York

2003-2005 – Associate, Fasel Bochatay Tsimaratos

2002 – Trainee Lawyer, Court of appeal, Geneva

2000-2002 – Trainee lawyer, Fasel Bochatay Tsimaratos, Geneva

Languages

French and English

Member

  • Geneva Bar Association
  • Swiss Bar Association

Education

2012 – Admission to the Roll of Solicitors (non-practising), England and Wales

2009 – Swiss certified Social Insurance Specialist, Bern

2007 – Admission to the New York Bar

2005-2006 – LL.M. New York University School of Law

2002 – Admission to the Geneva Bar

1996-2000 – Law degree, University of Geneva


Switzerland

Dispute resolution: litigation

Within: Dispute resolution: litigation

FBT Attorneys-at-Law is best known for its experience in Swiss and international banking litigation, while also covering the commercial, insolvency, employment, insurance, real estate and criminal practice areas. In a new highlight, Michael Biot represents several investors in their civil and criminal claims concerning the alleged Ponzi scheme of an asset management company. Serge Fasel continues to act for a Swiss bank in the recovery of amounts paid as taxes on the assets of British customers.

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