lic iur Ralph Gramigna > Kellerhals Carrard > Zurich, Switzerland > Lawyer Profile

Kellerhals Carrard
RAEMISTRASSE 5
8024 ZURICH
Switzerland

Work Department

  • Data protection
  • Technology law
  • Intellectual property
  • Commercial and contract law
  • Corporate law

Position

lic. iur., Attorney at Law, Partner

Career

  • since 2019: Partner, Kellerhals Carrard, Zurich
  • 2017-2019: Head Legal Contracting & Technology Switzerland at UBS, Zurich, and Data Protection Officer of UBS Inc. (Investment Bank and Asset Management) and UBS Switzerland AG (Wealth Management, private and corporate clients)
  • 2010-2017: General Counsel and Head Legal at T-Systems Switzerland, Zollikofen, Zurich, Kreuzlingen
  • 2011-2017: Member of the board and company secretary of T-Systems Data Migration Consulting, Kreuzlingen
  • 2005-2010: Attorney at Law, Director at KPMG Legal, Zurich
  • 2003-2005: Attorney at Law at Lutz Rechtsanwälte, Zurich
  • 2000-2003: Legal Counsel at UBS, Zurich
  • 1998-2000: Internship at Lutz, Altenpohl und Partner, Zurich
  • 1989-1996: System programmer at Swissair und atraxis

Languages

  • German
  • English

Memberships

  • Zürcher Anwaltsverband (ZAV)
  • Schweizerischer Anwaltsverband (SAV/FSA)

Education

  • 2000: Bar Exam Canton Zurich (admitted to all Swiss bars)
  • 1998: lic. iur., University of Zurich

Lawyer Rankings

Switzerland > Data privacy and data protection

The data protection practice of Kellerhals Carrard is jointly headed by Nicolas Mosimann, Daniel Alder, Ralph Gramigna, Christophe Rapin and Stefano Perucchi. The practitioners of the team act for all types of clients, from start-ups to publicly listed companies and international financial institutions, on the full range of data protection matters, including international matters such as GDPR-related mandates. Frequently working together with other departments, such as TMT and fintech, the team takes on a variety of tasks concerning emerging markets, which include international data transfer arrangements, direct marketing issues, cloud computing, cybersecurity and tracking technology.