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Switzerland

Commercial, corporate and M&A
Commercial, corporate and M&A - ranked: tier 3

Thouvenin Rechtsanwälte

Thouvenin Rechtsanwälte is the ‘perfect size for SME clients’, provides ‘a very high service level with feasible and practical advice’ on M&A, reorganisations, joint ventures, corporate governance and general corporate law and is ‘able to act quickly and without fuss’. Microsoft Corporation retains the group for general corporate matters. Markus Alderknows the challenges of small and medium-sized enterprises’, while Arlette Pfister, Thomas Loher and Michael Bösch are also recommended.

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TMT
TMT - ranked: tier 3

Thouvenin Rechtsanwälte

Thouvenin Rechtsanwälte’s ‘very good practice performs well in the TMT field’ and advised Microsoft Corporation on Swiss telecommunications law. ‘Responsive, knowledgeable and to-the-point’ associate Katia Favre is ‘highly appreciated by clients’. David Känzig is the key partner of the team.

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Switzerland: Dispute resolution

Litigation
Dispute resolution: litigation - ranked: tier 4

Thouvenin Rechtsanwälte

Thouvenin Rechtsanwälte’s litigation team consists of ‘brilliant minds’ who deliver ‘well thought-through advice in a punctual manner’. The main focus lies on banking, tax and estate litigation, as well as commercial, construction, distribution and competition disputes. In a recent highlight, the group defended a real estate developer against a deception of price claim brought by the buyer of a hospitality property. Patrick Rohnis very much in control of the proceedings’; Daniel Stoll and Michael Bösch are other names to note.

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