Mr Klaus Neff > VISCHER > Zurich, Switzerland > Lawyer Profile
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Mr Klaus Neff
Domestic and EC Competition and Antitrust Law; Public Procurement; Administrative and Civil Litigation; Internal Investigations/Compliance; Corporate and Contract Law; Mergers & Acquisitions; White Collar Crime.
Partner. Head of Antitrust Practice Group.
Court clerk; Research assistant to the Law Faculty of the University of Zurich in the areas of Antitrust and Commercial Law; Associate with a major law firm in Zurich.
German, English, French.
Zurich Bar Association; Swiss Bar Association; Studienvereinigung Kartellrecht e.V.; International Bar Association; American Bar Association.
Universities of Zurich and Lausanne (lic. iur., 1994); College of Europe, Bruges (LL.M., 1999).
Long-distance running; family; contemporary music and literature.
Lawyer Rankings(Leading individuals)
VISCHER has considerable expertise handling matters related to the TMT, automotive, and financial services industries. The team advises clients on the full range of competition and antitrust matters; it handles issues such as cartels, pricing, competition law infringements, and abuse of dominance, and is also active in related investigations and litigation. Practice head Klaus Neff is the key contact and a specialist in the competition field.
Key practice areas for VISCHER are capital markets, M&A, healthcare, TMT and transport as well as public law, competition and litigation. Among the names to note are Klaus Neff, Stefan Kohler, Rolf Auf Der Maur, Benedict Christ, David Rosenthal and Stefan Rechsteiner as well as Christian Oetiker, Michael Waldner, and Christian Wyss.
- Leading individuals - Switzerland > Competition
- Competition - Switzerland
- Leading firms: German-speaking Switzerland - Switzerland
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Capital markets
- Commercial, corporate and M&A
- Intellectual property
- Leading firms: German-speaking Switzerland
- Real estate and construction
- Banking and finance: Zurich
- Dispute resolution: litigation
- Insolvency and corporate recovery
- Sports law
- Dispute resolution: arbitration