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Wenger Plattner

SEESTRASSE 39, GOLDBACH-CENTER, PO BOX, 8700 KĂśSNACHT-ZĂśRICH, SWITZERLAND
Tel:
Work +41 43 222 38 00
Fax:
Fax +41 43 222 38 01
Email:
Web:
www.wenger-plattner.ch
Basel, Bern, Geneva, Zurich

Placidus Plattner

Tel:
Work +41 43 222 38 00
Email:
Wenger Plattner

Position

Placidus Plattner is a partner on the Real Estate team. He advises investors, developers and landlords as well as entrepreneurs, planners, project developers and tenants. He represents clients in court and before authorities in proceedings under both public and private law. Placidus Plattner teaches courses on a regular basis, for example as a lecturer at the Center for Urban & Real Estate Management (CUREM) in the Department of Banking and Finance at the University of Zurich.

Career

Bar admission (2007) ; Certified Specialist SBA Construction and Real Estate Law; Partner Wenger Plattner (2014)

Languages

German, English, French

Education

University of Fribourg (lic. iur. 2001)


Switzerland

Leading firms: German-speaking Switzerland

Within: Leading firms: German-speaking Switzerland

Wenger Plattner's stellar record in insolvency and corporate recovery matters is complemented by its corporate and M&A, competition, litigation and real estate expertise. Key partners include Brigitte Umbach-Spahn, Karl Wüthrich, Oliver Künzler, Fritz Rothenbühler, Stephan Kesselbach, Thomas Wetzel and Placidus Plattner.

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Real estate and construction

Within: Real estate and construction

Assisting real estate and construction management companies, investors, pension funds, building owners, public clients and individuals, the eight-partner team at Wenger Plattner handles private and public construction law, transactions, tenancy and facility management matters. Practice lead Thomas Wetzel, transactions and tenancy lawyer Placidus Plattner and public-law specialist Gaudenz Schwitter are among the key practitioners.

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