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Eversheds Sutherland AG

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Eversheds Sutherland AG, Bruno Schoch, Bern, SWITZERLAND

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Bruno Schoch

Work +41 31 328 75 75
Eversheds Sutherland

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Bruno Schoch is partner at Eversheds Sutherland Switzerland. He mainly advises on public procurement projects at municipality, cantonal and federal level. His former position as head of the legal service at BLS PLC (2007-2011) has contributed to his strong affinity to the transport sector. Bruno is specialised in drafting tender documentations and commercial contracts as well as in advising in data protection law, administrative law, IT law and on compliance aspects. He is also experienced in appeal proceedings related to public procurement.

His previous work for the Federal Office of Communications and the Cantonal Police of Berne had already enabled Bruno to focus on legal issues along the interface between public and private law and with this regard to acquire a broad knowledge of legal project management.

Bruno studied at the University of Fribourg and holds a degree in Law (lic.iur. 2001). He further completed the post-graduate degree Executive Diploma HSG in Management for the Legal Profession (MLP-HSG) at the University of St. Gallen (2016). He is a qualified Swiss lawyer (2005), registered in the Canton of Berne.

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The team at Eversheds Sutherland AG impresses with 'a sound knowledge of contracts relating to public procurement and public transport', 'honest and detailed communication', as well its 'an outstanding structuring and delivery of documents'. Railway procurement projects and corporate advice constitute major focus areas, alongside liability law, air transport and related passenger rights, road transport law, as well as shipping and trade finance matters. 'Extremely professional, reliable and precise' head of transport Oliver Beldi provided an early case assessment for Airbus Helicopters, which aims to terminate a commercial agreement with a supplier of helicopter parts due to quality issues. Public transport expert Bruno Schoch 'shows very high flexibility and is able to identify risks and describe successful solutions', while transport liability and insurance partner Barbara Klett is another key member of the department.

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