Dr iur Christian Eichenberger > Walder Wyss Ltd. > Zurich, Switzerland > Lawyer Profile

Walder Wyss Ltd.
SEEFELDSTRASSE 123
PO BOX 1236
8034 ZURICH
Switzerland

Work Department

Real Estate

Position

Partner

Career

Christian Eichenberger is a partner in the real estate team. He focuses on real estate development, real estate transactions and real estate dispute resolution. In addition to his real estate transaction and real estate development experience, Christian Eichenberger also has extensive experience in real estate dispute resolution with particular expertise in the fields of construction law, planning and zoning law and landlord tenant law. He represents clients in both arbitration proceedings and before Swiss state courts.

Christian Eichenberger clerked at the Administrative Court of the canton of Zug (2003), worked as an attorney at law and civil-law notary public with two law firms in Zug/Zurich (2004 – 2017) and did a secondment at a global construction supply company (2012). He regularly publishes in his field of expertise and he lectures and teaches at the University of Zurich (Center for Urban and Real Estate Management) as well as at the SVIT Swiss Real Estate School.

Languages

Christian Eichenberger speaks German and English.

Memberships

He is a Professional Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (MRICS) and Certified Specialist SBA Construction and Real Estate Law.

Education

Christian Eichenberger studied law at the University of Freiburg i.Ue. (lic. iur., 2001; CAS Construction and Real Estate Law, 2019) and the University of Hawai’i at Manõa, William S. Richardson School of Law (LL.M., 2009) and he received a doctorate (PhD; on Swiss notarial laws) from the University of Berne (Dr. iur., 2008, summa cum laude, Prof. Walther Hug Prize 2010). In 2012 he earned a Master of Advanced Studies in Real Estate at the University of Zurich.

Lawyer Rankings

Switzerland > Real estate and construction

Walder Wyss Ltd. has a strong track record of advising on large-scale transactions, in particular for institutional investors on the buy-side. The ‘professional, proactive and solution-orientated‘ team also handles real estate disputes for a variety of clients and advises on corporate real estate matters and urban development projects. ‘Practical and knowledgable lawyerFrancis Nordmann and the ‘very commercially mindedJohannes Bürgi and Marco Strahm head the practice, all specialised in transactions with experience in acting for international institutional investors, wealth funds and ultra-high-net-worth individuals. Katja Schott-Morgenroth acts for private as well as institutional clients on all real estate matters. ‘Valuable partnerDavide Jermini is the key contact in the Lugano office. Christian Eichenberger is another name to note.