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PRIME TOWER, HARDSTRASSE 201, 8005 ZURICH, SWITZERLAND
Tel:
Work +41 43 222 10 00
Fax:
Fax +41 43 222 15 00
Email:
Web:
www.homburger.ch

lic iur Roman Richers

Tel:
Work +41 43 222 10 00
Email:
Web:
www.homburger.ch
Homburger

Work Department

Litigation | Arbitration, White Collar | Investigations.

Position

Partner. Specializing in complex international and domestic dispute resolution, focusing on advising and representing businesses and managers in white collar crime matters and on commercial arbitration and litigation.

Career

2003 Bar Admission, 2003 Associate at Homburger, 2008 Associate at SJ Berwin, London, 2009 Associate at Homburger, 2014 Partner at Homburger.

Languages

German, English.

Member

International, Swiss and Zurich Bar Association, Swiss Arbitration Association (ASA), Zurich Lawyer Association (ZJV).

Education

2000 University of Basel (lic iur), 2008 University of Cambridge (LLM in Commercial Law).


Switzerland

Dispute resolution: litigation

Within: Dispute resolution: litigation

The 'pragmatic and knowledgeable' team at Homburger impresses with its 'good bi-lingual capability, sound commercial judgement and goal-oriented approach'. With many blue-chip companies among its client base, the litigation practice covers disputes for the regulated industries and further specialises in M&A, as well as commercial-, finance- and fraud-related proceedings. Balz Gross and Claudio Bazzani represent the liquidators of a Ukrainian and Cypriot company in criminal proceedings regarding embezzlement against the company's former owners, while 'experienced procedural lawyer' Felix Dasser has the litigation lead for Swatch Group's negative declaratory relief claim against an English company concerning Swatch's global spare-parts distribution system. Clients also recommend Gabrielle Nater-Bass, Roman Richers and counsel Julian Schwaller, who 'go out of their way to assist during cases'.

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