Ms Regula Elisabeth Haegi > Wenger Vieli Ltd > Zurich, Switzerland > Lawyer Profile

Wenger Vieli Ltd
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Work Department

Technology and Media; Intellectual Property Law; Data Protection; Competition; Corporate and Commercial Law


Regula Elisabeth Haegi advises clients primarily in the areas of technology and media. As part of her work, she drafts and negotiates partner, supplier and outsourcing contracts with a focus on IT contracts.

Regula Elisabeth Haegi also acts as a mediator and arbitrator in IT disputes.

Due to her her role as a former head of corporate legal services in the advertising and IT industry, she has proven expertise in legal issues covering the digital environment.

“As a result of my many years of corporate work, I do speak the language of my clients. I understand what is important to the client from a corporate point of view and can convey my advice in a clearly understandable way. My goal is to find the best possible legal solutions that are easy to implement under real-life conditions and that successfully support the company in its future development. Having a good work-life balance means for me compensating my work as a lawyer with enjoying time with my family and in the mountains.”


Since 2022, Lawyer at Wenger Vieli Ltd.; 2017-2022, Head of Legal & Compliance at Swisscom Directories AG; 2021, Swiss Chamber of Commercial Mediation (Accredited Mediator SCCM); 2020, Kalaidos University of Applied Sciences AG (CAS Business Mediation and Conflict Management); 2008-2017, General Counsel of Noser Group, Zurich; 2005-2008, Senior Legal Counsel / Corporate Legal Manager at Myriad AG; 2002-2003, Attorney at BMG Avocats; 2001-2002, Attorney at Gros & Waltenspuhl; 1997-2000, Law Clerk, Legal Secretary, Chairwoman of the arbitration board and Deputy Clerk at the District Court of Meilen.


German, English, French and Italian.


2014, Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts (CAS Financing and Accounting for Lawyers); 2004, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia (LL.M.); 2002, Admission to the Bar; 1997, University of Zurich (lic. iur.)