Firm Profile > Müller & Partner Rechtsanwälte > Vaduz, Liechtenstein

Müller & Partner Rechtsanwälte
PO BOX 872

Banking and finance Tier 2

Müller & Partner Rechtsanwälte leverages the wider firm’s litigation expertise to specialise in advising financial services clients on contentious and regulatory matters. It also fields a capable transactional practice, which advises domestic and international banks, insurance companies, corporate borrowers, funds and private clients on M&A, lending transactions and restructurings. Roland Müller, Martin Zech and Egon Hug recently teamed up to advise a foreign bank on the establishment of a local subsidiary.

Commercial, corporate and M&A Tier 2

Müller & Partner Rechtsanwälte advises its extensive roster of financial services clients on a varied mix of M&A, insolvency, market regulation and litigation. Roland Müller is a key contact and routinely acts for domestic and international companies and foundations on corporate and commercial matters. Martin Zech is another key name.

Dispute resolution Tier 2

Müller & Partner Rechtsanwälte’s litigation practice handles an array of banking, insurance, corporate and trust disputes. It also has significant expertise in liability and compensation law. Roland Müller is an experienced litigator, who is particularly well versed in fiduciary-related disputes.

The firm: MÜLLER & PARTNER RECHTSANWÄLTE was founded in 1998 under the aegis of Dr Wolfgang Müller, and has since developed to become one of the most respected independent law firms in the Principality of Liechtenstein.

The firm specialises in litigation, specifically in representing clients before courts and public authorities under civil law, criminal law and public law, as well as legal consultancy in all fields of law. Within this context the legal team at MÜLLER & PARTNER RECHTSANWÄLTE advises and represents private clients and companies from Liechtenstein and abroad, whereby the latter also include distinguished insurance companies, banks, asset managers, fiduciary companies and investment fund companies.

The lawyers of MÜLLER & PARTNER RECHTSANWÄLTE are characterised by their specific specialist expertise and experience obtained in wide-ranging fields of national and international law.

MÜLLER & PARTNER RECHTSANWÄLTE offers clients comprehensive and expert advice whilst facilitating close collaboration within the team, meaning it is able to analyse complex problems quickly and to offer optimum solutions. The top priority of MÜLLER & PARTNER RECHTSANWÄLTE is to represent the legal and economic interests of clients as effectively as possible, taking account of their individual requirements and wishes.

Due to its membership of the International Lawyers Network (ILN) and the European Lawyers Group (ELG), two leading international associations of independent lawyers, and the resulting regular cooperation with non-domestic law firms, MÜLLER & PARTNER RECHTSANWÄLTE is optimally integrated in a global network of legal experts, from which its clients are also able to benefit.

Areas of practice: MÜLLER & PARTNER RECHTSANWÄLTE has proven litigation experience and focuses its activities on procedural representation in all legal proceedings before courts and public authorities of civil law, criminal law and public law, including courts of arbitration.

Furthermore, the lawyers of MÜLLER & PARTNER RECHTSANWÄLTE also advise their clients in all legal fields and prepare legal opinions as well as contracts of all kinds.

The legal specialists at MÜLLER & PARTNER RECHTSANWÄLTE are particularly active in the following legal fields, but this list is not definitive:

    • General contract law
    • Asset recovery
    • Settlement and bankruptcy law
    • Banking, finance and insurance law
    • Construction, building contractor and construction contract law
    • Inheritance law and estate planning
    • EU and EEA law
    • Execution law
    • Liability and compensation law
    • Commercial, company and trust law
    • International private law
    • Procedural law & arbitration law
    • Domicile relocations and liquidations of Liechtenstein and non-domestic companies
    • Criminal law, in particular commercial criminal law