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Dr Daniel Stoll

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Thouvenin Rechtsanwälte

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Banking & Finance, Dispute Resolution (Litigation), Private Clients - Estate and Asset Planning

Position

Partner since 1994. Daniel has extensive experience in resolving and litigating disputes in banking, financial markets, commercial and estate matters. He represents clients in front of regulatory and supervisory bodies and he is regularly engaged by corporations and individuals that fell victims of irregular or criminal acts. He is retained by entrepreneurs as well as families to shape transfers of enterprises to the next generation, estate planning and wealth structuring. He is a director of various stock corporations in the sectors financial market, real estate, trade and technology. In his fields of practice he regularly contributes academic publications.

Career

Since 1994  Partner, Thouvenin Rechtsanwälte KLG, Zurich
1992 - 1993  Associate, Thouvenin Rechtsanwälte KLG, Zurich
1987 -1992  In-house counsel, UBS, Zurich and New York
1984 - 1985  Court clerk and legal secretary, District Court of Zurich
1982 - 1983  Junior associate

Languages

German, English

Member

Swiss and Zurich Bar Association, International Bar Association

Education

1990 Georgetown University Legal Center, Washington DC, US Legal System - Orientation
1987 University of Zuirch, J.D. (Dr. iur.)
1986 Admitted to the Bar
1982 University of Zurich, Master of Law (lic.iur)


Switzerland: Dispute resolution

Litigation

Within: Litigation

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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