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Niederer Kraft Frey AG
BAHNHOFSTRASSE 53
8001 ZÜRICH
Switzerland

Work Department

Dispute Resolution, Investigations & Enforcement, White Collar Crime

Position

Anja Vogt represents clients of various industry sectors in international and domestic arbitration as well as in complex court proceedings. She also regularly represents clients in administrative, criminal and other proceedings.

Career

Niederer Kraft Frey , Associate (2016), Clearly Gottlieb Steen Hamilton LLP, London, Foreign Associate (2020), Niederer Kraft Frey, Senior Associate (2020-)

Languages

German, English, French

Memberships

Swiss Bar Assocation, Zurich Bar Association, AIJA (Association Internationale des Jeunes Avocats), Swiss Arbitration Association, ArbitralWomen, ASA below 40, DIS40

Education

University of Zurich, Bachelor of Law (2010), University of Zurich, Master of Law (2011), Admitted to the Bar (2015)

Lawyer Rankings

Switzerland > Dispute resolution: arbitration

(Rising stars)

Anja VogtNiederer Kraft Frey AG

Niederer Kraft Frey AG has been highly active in Swiss and international arbitration proceedings, leveraging the expertise of several team members who are qualified in foreign jurisdictions. The group also has notable sector-based knowledge, particularly the financial services, construction, energy and sports industries. Daniel Eisele and Tamir Livschitz lead the practice, which also fields sports expert Thomas Sprecher, post-M&A and finance sector specialist Valerie Meyer Bahar, and senior associate Anja Vogt, who is active in the construction and media sectors.

Switzerland > Dispute resolution: litigation

(Rising stars)

Anja VogtNiederer Kraft Frey AG

Niederer Kraft Frey AG has recently been involved in many of the major disputes and white-collar crime mandates in Switzerland, acting for a broad range of high-profile clients including BMW, Credit Suisse, UBS and The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. With a notable mix of domestic and international litigation instructions, the team also handles criminal proceedings and internal investigations. The practice fields ‘excellent litigators and bright young minds’ including group co-heads Daniel Eisele and Tamir Livschitz, employment and corporate dispute specialist Valerie Meyer Bahar, white-collar crime expert Peter C Honegger, of counsel Ernst F Schmid, Lukas Beeler and Juerg Bloch. At the senior associate level, Anja Vogt is a key name to note.