lic iur Stefano Perucchi > Kellerhals Carrard > Lugano, Switzerland > Lawyer Profile

Kellerhals Carrard
Via Canova 15
P.O. Box 6280
CH-6901 Lugano

Work Department

  • Commercial law
  • Contract law
  • Intellectual and industrial property law
  • Sports law
  • Road traffic law


lic. iur., LL.M., Attorney at Law, Partner
CAS pour la Magistrature Pénale (CAS MAP)


  • as of September 2017: Partner, Kellerhals Carrard Lugano SA, Lugano
  • 2006-2017: Associate, PSMLaw SA, Lugano
  • 2004-2006: In-house Counsel, Ferrari SpA, Italy (Brand Development & Partner Division)
  • 2002-2004: Legal and notarial internship, PSMLaw SA, Lugano
  • 2001-2002: Internship, Federal District Court of the United States of America, District of Minnesota (under Hon. Magistrate Judge Mason and Hon. Chief Judge Magnuson)
  • 2000: Internship, Criminal Court of the Canton of Ticino


  • Italian
  • English
  • French
  • German


  • Bar Association of the Canton of Ticino (OATi)
  • Swiss Bar Association
  • International Trademark Association (INTA)


  • 2008: CAS pour la Magistrature Pénale, University of Applied Sciences of Western Switzerland, Neuchâtel
  • 2006: Admission to the Bar of the Canton of Ticino
  • 2002: LL.M., University of Minnesota, Faculty of Law, Minneapolis, USA
  • 2001: lic. iur., bilingual, University of Fribourg

Lawyer Rankings

Switzerland > Leading firms: Italian-speaking Switzerland

The practitioners at Kellerhals Carrard‘s Lugano office are active in a range of practice areas, notably in M&A, intellectual property, dispute resolution and tax. Led by private client specialist Massimiliano Maestretti, the line-up also includes corporate adviser Henry PeterGiovanni Stucchi who knows tax and commercial law well, and DR-expert Ivan Paparelli as well as Andrea Fioravanti and Stefano Perucchi.

Switzerland > Data privacy and data protection

Kellerhals Carrard advises a diverse range of clients from various sectors, including technology, healthcare, manufacturing and hospitality, as well as governmental and non-governmental organisations. Team heads Nicolas Mosimann, Daniel Alder, Ralph Gramigna, Christophe Rapin and Stefano Perucchi advise on tracking technology and employee data protection issues, direct marketing issues and international data transfer arrangements, among others. With regard to compliance programmes, the team regularly cooperates with the firm’s white-collar crime/internal investigations team.