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Your contact persons for contract law and drafting

 

Hans-Rudolf Wild

René Peyer

Linus Schweizer

Nina Frei

Verena Iten

Sonja Moos

Milva Inderbitzin-Zehnder

Felix Kappeler

Mathias Wetzel

Alexandra Müller

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Your contact persons for commercial and corporate law

 

Hans-Rudolf Wild

René Peyer

Linus Schweizer

Verena Iten

Felix Kappeler

Nina Frei

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Your contact persons for tenancy law

 

Hans-Rudolf Wild

Linus Schweizer

Verena Iten

Lukas Frese

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Your contact persons for labour law

 

Verena Iten

Felix Kappeler

Nina Frei

Manuel Inderbitzin

Lukas Frese

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Your contacts for matrimonial and family law

 

René Peyer

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Your contact persons for inheritance law, pension and estate planning

 

Hans-Rudolf Wild

Rainer Hager

Christoph Schweiger

René Peyer

Linus Schweizer

Verena Iten

Manuel Inderbitzin

Sonja Moos

Milva Inderbitzin-Zehnder

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Your contact persons for real estate law

 

Rainer Hager

Christoph Schweiger

Sonja Moos

Milva Inderbitzin-Zehnder

Mathias Wetzel

Alexandra Müller

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Your contact persons for Area planning, building and environmental law

 

Rainer Hager

Christoph Schweiger

Linus Schweizer

Sonja Moos

Milva Inderbitzin-Zehnder

Mathias Wetzel

Alexandra Müller

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Your contact persons for administrative law

 

Christoph Schweiger

Linus Schweizer

Sonja Moos

Milva Inderbitzin-Zehnder

Mathias Wetzel

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Your contact persons for criminal law

 

Manuel Inderbitzin

Mathias Wetzel

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Your contact persons for personal rights

 

Linus Schweizer

Manuel Inderbitzin

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Your contact persons for debt collection and bankruptcy law

 

Hans-Rudolf Wild

Felix Kappeler

Nina Frei

Manuel Inderbitzin

Lukas Frese

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Your contact persons for International law

 

Hans-Rudolf Wild

Felix Kappeler

Manuel Inderbitzin

Lukas Frese

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Your contact persons for litigation and arbitration

 

Hans-Rudolf Wild

Linus Schweizer

Felix Kappeler

Nina Frei

Manuel Inderbitzin

Milva Inderbitzin-Zehnder

Alexandra Müller

Lukas Frese

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Your contact persons for notary services

 

Rainer Hager

Christoph Schweiger

René Peyer

Verena Iten

Sonja Moos

Milva Inderbitzin-Zehnder

Felix Kappeler

Mathias Wetzel

Alexandra Müller

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Contract law and drafting
  • Contract editing
  • Drafting of contracts
  • Review of contracts
  • Accounts receivable
  • Claims
  • Breach of contract
  • Contractual liability law
  • Contract for work and services law
  • Contract law
  • Broker contracts
  • Contracts of sale
  • Agency law
  • Loans
  • Endowments
  • Innominate contracts
  • Software contracts
  • License agreements
  • Software escrow contracts
  • Maintenance contracts
  • Leasing agreements

Your contact persons for contract law and drafting

Commercial and corporate law
  • Incorporation
  • Contracts for contributions in kind, contracts for the transfer of assets
  • Change of articles
  • Assembly decision
  • Capital increase
  • Capital reduction
  • Capital cut
  • Liquidation and dissolution
  • Structuring and transactions
  • Mergers
  • Conversions
  • Splits
  • Asset transfer
  • Share purchase contracts
  • Shareholders’ agreements
  • Pool agreements
  • Cooperation agreements
  • Company law
  • Foundation law
  • Association law
  • Officer’s responsibility
  • Management and consulting of companies

Your contact persons for commercial and corporate law

Tenancy law
  • Rental agreements
  • Lease agreements
  • Notice extension
  • Rent reduction expulsion
  • Rent increase
  • Ancillary costs

Your contact persons for tenancy law

Labour law
  • Contract of employment
  • Non-competition clause
  • Notice
  • Mass dismissal exemption
  • Employer's reference
  • Transfer of business
  • Personnel regulations, expense regulations
  • Insurances
  • Work permits
  • Occupational pension funds
  • Obligation to continue the payment of salary
  • Inability to work
  • Public personnel law

Your contact persons for labour law

Marriage and family law
  • Divorce
  • Divorce settlement
  • Separation agreement
  • Marriage protection measures
  • Preventive measures
  • Change of judgement
  • Maintenance contributions
  • Parental care
  • Concubinage
  • Dissolution of registered partnerships
  • Paternity suits
  • Guardianship
  • Deputyship
  • Marriage contracts as well as marriage and inheritance contracts, inventory of matrimonial property rights
  • Matrimonial property law, concubinage and inheritance contracts

Your contacts for matrimonial and family law

Inheritance law, pension and estate planning
  • Estate planning
  • Inheritance contracts
  • Testaments
  • Advance care directives
  • Living wills
  • Division of an estate
  • Execution of wills
  • Representation of heirs
  • Representation in advance care directives
  • Foundation formation
  • Action for annulment
  • Action in abatement
  • Action for recovery of inheritance

Your contact persons for inheritance law, pension and estate planning

Real estate law
  • Property purchase contracts
  • Pre-emption, purchase and repurchase rights
  • Contracts for work
  • Planning, engineering and work contracts
  • Total and general contractor agreements
  • Construction defects and warranty Subdivisions
  • Condominium ownership
  • Co-ownership and joint ownership
  • Easements (building rights, rights of way, residential rights, usufruct, etc.)
  • Liens
  • Building craftsmen's pledge
  • Land registry law
  • Law of neighbours

Your contact persons for real estate law

Area planning, building and environmental law
  • Planning law
  • Building law
  • Building permits
  • Building objections
  • Design plans
  • Zone plans
  • Zoning and re-zoning
  • Expropriations
  • Protection of historical monuments
  • Environmental law

Your contact persons for Area planning, building and environmental law

Administrative law
  • Constitutional and administrative law
  • Cantonal and municipal law
  • Administrative procedural law
  • Public rights
  • State liability law
  • Energy and telecommunications law
  • Consultation

Your contact persons for administrative law

Criminal law
  • Criminal charges
  • Criminal defense
  • White-collar crime
  • Victim assistance
  • Private lawsuits

Your contact persons for criminal law

Personal rights
  • Protection of personality
  • Precautionary measures
  • Superprovisional measures
  • Counterstatement
  • Data protection
  • Media law

Your contact persons for personal rights

Debt collection and bankruptcy law
  • Debt enforcement proceedings
  • Legal opening
  • Bankruptcy proceedings
  • Right of retention
  • Detention
  • Paulian challenge
  • Judicial and extrajudicial probate proceedings
  • Declaration of insolvency
  • Debt rehabilitation

Your contact persons for debt collection and bankruptcy law

International law
  • Settlement of companies and private individuals
  • Residence permit
  • Aliens law
  • International relocation
  • Cross-border legal relations

Your contact persons for International law

Litigation and arbitration
  • Advice and representation in legal disputes
  • Representation before state courts
  • Representation before arbitral tribunals
  • Acting as arbitrator

Your contact persons for litigation and arbitration

Notary services
  • Authentication of a signature
  • Authentication of a copy
  • Authentication of statutes
  • Authentication of a translation
  • Sureties
  • Notarizations of marriage and inheritance contracts
  • Notarizations in company law

Your contact persons for notary services

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Hans-Rudolf Wild

Partner

 

lic.iur., Attorney at Law

 

vCard Hans-Rudolf Wild

 

Assistant: Nicole Villani

 

Languages: German, English, French

 

Hans-Rudolf Wild advises companies and private individuals mainly in contract, commercial and corporate law as well as in matters of inheritance law. He has broad experience in litigation and acts as a litigator in complex proceedings before state courts and arbitration tribunals. Clients appreciate Hans-Rudolf Wild's pragmatic approach, his strong ability to identify problems and his efficient way of working. Thanks to these qualities and his understanding of economic interrelationships, he is able to advise his clients in a solution- oriented manner.

 

Hans-Rudolf Wild joined Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat in 1988 as a partner. He previously worked as a lawyer in Zurich and Zug. He completed his studies at the University of Zurich in 1980. He has been admitted to the bar in all Swiss courts since 1983. Today he is also a member of the Bar Examination Commission of the Canton of Zug. Hans-Rudolf Wild is also a member of the boards of directors of international companies.

 

Fields of activity

Contract law and drafting

Commercial and corporate law

Tenancy law

Inheritance law, pension and estate planning

Debt collection and bankruptcy law

International law

Litigation and arbitration

Fields of activity

Contract law and drafting

Commercial and corporate law

Tenancy law

Inheritance law, pension and estate planning

Debt collection and bankruptcy law

International law

Litigation and arbitration

 

Education and professional experience

Partner with Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat – 1988

Attorney at law in Zurich and Zug - 1983 to 1988

Admitted to the Bar of the Canton of Zurich – 1983

University of Zurich (lic.iur.) – 1980

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Rainer Hager

Partner

 

lic.iur., Attorney at Law and Notary Public

 

vCard Rainer Hager

 

Assistant: Ladina Gisler

 

Languages: German, English

 

Rainer Hager is mainly active in private and public building law. He assists private individuals and companies in the acquisition, purchase and succession planning of real estate and in the realisation of buildings and their legal structuring; he acts in an advisory and litigation capacity. As a notary, he also works in the field of inheritance law and corporate law. His clients rely on his expertise, his pragmatic solutions and his ability to achieve economic and sustainable results.

 

Rainer Hager joined Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat in 1989 and has been a partner since 1993. He studied at the University of Zurich and graduated in 1987. For 16 years he was a member of the Zug City Parliament and in 1999/2000 he was President of the Municipal Council of Zug. Since 2009, he has been President of the Citizens Council of Zug.

 

Fields of activity

Real estate law

Area planning, building and environmental law

Inheritance law, pension and estate planning

Notary services

Fields of activity

Real estate law

Area planning, building and environmental law

Inheritance law, pension and estate planning

Notary services

 

Education and professional experience

Partner with Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat – 1993

Attorney at law with Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat – 1989

Admitted to the Bar and as Notary Public of the Canton of Zug – 1989

University of Zurich (lic.iur.) – 1987

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Christoph Schweiger

Partner

 

lic.iur., Attorney at Law and Notary Public

 

vCard Christoph Schweiger

 

Assistant: Silke Pilz

 

Languages: German, English, French

 

Christoph Schweiger advises and represents companies and private individuals in the fields of construction and real estate law, inheritance law, contract law and corporate law. His practice focuses on public area planning, construction and environmental law, real estate transactions, construction contracts (work contracts, planning contracts) and the legal structuring of building developments. Further main activities are the support of clients in all matters of inheritance law, foundation law and contract law as well as notary services in marriage, inheritance and corporate law.

 

Christoph Schweiger joined Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat as a lawyer in 2000 and became a partner in 2008. Before joining Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat, he studied at the University of Zurich. He then worked for a large commercial law firm in Zug and Zurich. He was admitted to the bar and notary public in the Canton of Zug in 1999.

 

Fields of activity

Area planning, building and environmental law

Real estate law

Administrative law

Inheritance law, pension and estate planning

Notary services

Fields of activity

Area planning, building and environmental law

Real estate law

Administrative law

Inheritance law, pension and estate planning

Notary services

 

Education and professional experience

Partner with Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat – 2008

Attorney at law with Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat – 2000

Admitted to the Bar and as Notary Public of the Canton of Zug – 1999

University of Zurich (lic. iur.) – 1997

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René Peyer

Partner

 

lic. iur., Attorney at Law and Notary Public

 

vCard Rene Peyer

 

Assistant: Barbara Fuchs

 

Languages: German, English

 

René Peyer advises private individuals and companies mainly on commercial law, private contract law and notarial matters. Further focal points of his work are corporate succession and estate planning. His clients value his pronounced understanding of economic interrelationships and his sense of what is feasible. This enables René Peyer to pursue his client's goals in a solution-oriented manner.

 

René Peyer joined the law firm Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat in 2006 and joined the partnership in 2013. He completed his studies at the University of Zurich before obtaining the attorney-at-law and notary's certificate of the Canton of Zug. He is admitted as a legal representative before all Swiss courts. René Peyer is also the sole arbitrator of the Association for Quality Assurance in Financial Services (VQF) and a proxy holder for several listed companies. René Peyer heads the construction and planning department as a local councillor in Walchwil.

 

Fields of activity

Contract law and drafting

Commercial and corporate law

Marriage and family law

Inheritance law, pension and estate planning

Notary services

Fields of activity

Contract law and drafting

Commercial and corporate law

Marriage and family law

Inheritance law, pension and estate planning

Notary services

 

Education and professional experience

Partner with Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat – 2013

Attorney at law with Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat – 2006

Admitted to the Bar and as Notary Public of the Canton of Zug – 2006

University of Zurich (lic.iur.) – 2003

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Linus Schweizer

Partner

 

lic.iur., LL.M., Attorney at Law and Notary Public

 

vCard Linus Schweizer

 

Assistant: Barbara Fuchs

 

Languages: German, English

 

Linus Schweizer advises companies, authorities and private individuals on commercial and private law as well as public law. He has many years of experience and expertise in litigation and regularly represents his clients in international and national cases before state courts and authorities. In his capacity as notary, Linus Schweizer is particularly active in corporate law and inheritance law, including estate planning and implementation. His clients appreciate his structured and efficient way of working as well as his pronounced legal expertise. Through his work as a member of the board of various companies, Linus Schweizer also has an in-depth understanding of economic interrelationships.

 

Linus Schweizer joined Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat in 2009. He has been a partner since 2018. Linus Schweizer completed his law studies at the University of Zurich in 2009. In 2011, he was admitted as an Attorney at Law and Notary Public of the Canton of Zug and has since been admitted to all Swiss courts. Linus Schweizer completed his Master of Laws at Northwestern University, Chicago Il. (LL.M., 2015). He is also a member of the Swiss Bar Association and the Zug Bar Association.

 

Fields of activity

Commercial and corporate law

Tenancy law

Contract law and drafting

Inheritance law, pension and estate planning

Privacy rights

Litigation and arbitration

Area planning, building and environmental law

Administrative law

Fields of activity

Commercial and corporate law

Tenancy law

Contract law and drafting

Inheritance law, pension and estate planning

Privacy rights

Litigation and arbitration

Area planning, building and environmental law

Administrative law

 

Education and professional experience

Partner with Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat – 2018

Northwestern University, Chicago IL, (LL.M.) – 2015

Attorney at law with Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat – 2011

Admitted to the Bar and as Notary Public of the Canton of Zug – 2011

University of Zurich (lic.iur.) – 2009

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Felix Kappeler

Partner

 

lic.iur., lic.phil., Attorney at Law and Notary Public

 

vCard Felix Kappeler

 

Assistant: Nicole Villani

 

Languages: German, English

 

Felix Kappeler advises companies and private individuals mainly in commercial and corporate law, in contractual matters under private law, and as a notary. His practice focuses on national and international transactions, corporate law, restructuring, and financing. Another focus of his work includes all aspects of employment law. Clients particularly appreciate Mr Kappeler's carefully-structured approach to addressing client needs and the pragmatic and efficient process that results. Mr Kappeler’s prior business activities and practical experience give him a multifaceted understanding of economic frameworks and commercial realities that allows him to analyze specific topics not only from a legal, but also from a business perspective, and to go beyond the usual scope of advice often provided by other law firms. As a result, Mr Kappeler is able to effectively identify the needs of his clients and to develop optimal solutions.

 

Mr Kappeler joined the law firm Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat in 2014. He completed his law studies at the University of Zurich in 2007, having already obtained an Arts degree from the same institution in 2000. In 2009, he was admitted as a lawyer and notary public of the Canton of Zug and has since been admitted to all Swiss courts. Mr Kappeler’s prior legal experience includes several years as an associate and senior associate at one of Zurich's premier commercial law firms. Before his activities as a lawyer and notary, Mr Kappeler worked for many years for a large service company in various functions, including positions of increasing responsibility in the Human Resources department and the senior management corps.

 

Fields of activity

Contract law and drafting

Commercial and corporate law

Labour law

Debt collection and bankruptcy law

International law

Litigation and arbitration

Notary services

Fields of activity

Contract law and drafting

Commercial and corporate law

Labour law

Debt collection and bankruptcy law

International law

Litigation and arbitration

Notary services

 

Education and professional experience

Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat – 2014

Associate/Senior Associate at Bär & Karrer AG – 2010

Admitted to the Bar and as Notary Public of the Canton of Zug – 2009

Junior Associate at Bär & Karrer AG – 2008

University of Zurich: lic. iur. – 2007

Worked for a large service company (management, HR, legal) – 1994 to 2007

University of Zurich: lic. phil. – 2000

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Dr. Nina J. Frei

Partner

 

Dr. iur. Attorney at Law

 

vCard Dr. Nina J. Frei

 

Assistant: Nicole Villani

 

Languages: German, English

 

Dr. iur. Nina J. Frei has worked for 20 years in commercial and corporate law, contract law, employment law and white-collar criminal law. She has broad experience in litigation, both before state courts, and in arbitration. She frequently publishes in these fields. Nina J. Frei advises clients in an efficient and focused manner, thereby creating economically reasonable solutions.

 

Before joining Schweiger, she served for 11 years as a partner at Hodel Frei & Partner in Zug. Nina J. Frei’s prior legal experience includes several years in one of Zurich's premier commercial law firms, including a secondment in London in 2007. Nina Frei completed her law studies at the University of Zurich in 1997, and received her doctorate in civil procedure law in 2003, for which she was awarded the Prof. Walther Hug Prize. In 2000, she was admitted to practice law in the canton of Zurich authorizing her to represent clients before all Swiss courts.

 

Fields of activity

Corporate and commercial law

Contract law and drafting

Labour law

Litigation and arbitration

Debt collection and bankruptcy law

White-collar criminal law

Fields of activity

Corporate and commercial law

Contract law and drafting

Labour law

Litigation and arbitration

Debt collection and bankruptcy law

White-collar criminal law

 

Education and professional experience

Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat, Attorney at law , Partner, since 2020

Hodel Frei & Partner, Attorney at law, Partner, 2009 - 2019

Slaughter & May, London, Secondment, 2007

Niederer Kraft & Frey AG, Attorney at law, associate and senior associate, 2000 - 2008

University of Zurich, Dr. iur., Prof. Walther Hug Prize, 2003

Admission to the Bar, 2000

Court clerk and trainee, 1998 -1999

University of Zurich, lic.iur., 1997

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Verena Iten

Partner

 

lic.iur., Attorney at Law and Notary Public

 

vCard Verena Iten

 

Assistant: Silke Pilz

 

Languages: German, English, French

 

Verena Iten advises companies and private individuals on corporate, commercial and contract law and acts as notary public for the necessary notarizations. Restructuring and M&A transactions of SMEs as well as of larger and listed companies are a focus of her activities. She has extensive experience with the Merger Act and carries out mergers as well as spin-offs, transformations and asset transfers. Many years of management experience enable her to provide her clients with practical support in their day-to-day business as well as in questions of employment and tenancy law. Further main activities are family office services, succession planning and inheritance regulations.

 

Verena Iten has been with Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat since 2003. She was admitted to the bar in 2005 and was admitted as a notary public. She studied law at the University of Zurich.

 

Fields of activity

Commercial and corporate law

Contract law and drafting

Tenancy law

Labour law

Inheritance law, pension and estate planning

Notary services

Fields of activity

Commercial and corporate law

Contract law and drafting

Tenancy law

Labour law

Inheritance law, pension and estate planning

Notary services

 

Education and professional experience

Attorney at law with Schweiger Advokatur / Notariat – 2005

Admitted to the Bar and as Notary Public of the Canton of Zug – 2005

University of Zurich (lic.iur.) – 2002

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Sonja Moos

lic.iur., Attorney at law and Notary Public

 

vCard Sonja Moos

 

Assistant: Ladina Gisler

 

Languages: German, English

 

Sonja Moos is mainly active in public and private construction law. Her main activities include building permit procedures, drawing up and evaluating contracts for the acquisition of real estate, establishing condominium ownership, assisting with individual and site construction projects, asserting claims arising from construction defects, fee claims, property law (easements, etc.) and civil law with a focus on contract law. She advises private individuals and companies and represents them before all Swiss courts. As a notary, she also drafts and certifies contracts in inheritance and corporate law. Sonja Moos uses her gained professional experience as well as her continuous further education in the field of real estate law for her clients in a targeted and solution-oriented way.

 

Sonja Moos joined Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat in 2010 as a lawyer and notary public. She completed her studies at the University of Zurich in 2007 with a licentiate.

 

Fields of activity

Area planning, building and environmental law

Administrative law

Real estate law

Contract law and drafting

Inheritance law, pension and estate planning

Notary services

Fields of activity

Area planning, building and environmental law

Administrative law

Real estate law

Contract law and drafting

Inheritance law, pension and estate planning

Notary services

 

Education and professional experience

Attorney at law with Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat – 2010

Admitted to the Bar and as Notary Public of the Canton of Zug – 2010

University of Zurich (lic.iur.) – 2007

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Milva Inderbitzin-Zehnder

 

MLaw, Attorney at law and Notary Public

 

vCard Milva Inderbitzin-Zehnder

 

Assistant: Silke Pilz

 

Languages: German, English

 

Milva Inderbitzin-Zehnder specialises in advising and representing private individuals and companies, mainly in the fields of real estate law, planning and construction law, and environmental law. In addition, she is active in contract and inheritance law and provides general notary services such as notarizations in matrimonial and inheritance law as well as in company law. She is admitted as a legal representative before all Swiss courts.

 

In 2013, Milva Inderbitzin-Zehnder joined the law firm Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat. Prior to that, she worked as a legal assistant in a medium-sized law firm. She studied law at the University of Lucerne and at the Fordham University School of Law in New York City. In 2012, she was admitted to the bar of the Canton of Zug and has since been admitted as a legal representative before all Swiss courts. In addition to her work as a lawyer and notary public, Milva Inderbitzin-Zehnder is a member of the board of directors of an international listed company.

 

Fields of activity

Real estate law

Area planning, building and environmental law

Administrative law

Contract law and drafting

Inheritance law, pension and estate planning

Conduct of legal proceedings

Notary services

Fields of activity

Real estate law

Area planning, building and environmental law

Administrative law

Contract law and drafting

Inheritance law, pension and estate planning

Conduct of legal proceedings

Notary services

 

Education and professional experience

Attorney at law and notary with Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat – 2013

Admission to the Bar and as Notary Public – 2012

Trainee at Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat – 2011

University of Lucerne (MLaw) – 2010

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Manuel Inderbitzin

Partner

 

lic.iur., Attorney at Law and Notary Public, CAS Forensics

 

vCard Manuel Inderbitzin

 

Assistenz: Nicole Villani

 

Languages: German, English

 

Manuel Inderbitzin specializes in litigation law. He represents companies and individuals before state courts and arbitration tribunals, in particular in the areas of inheritance law, employment law, criminal law and debt enforcement and bankruptcy law. He has many years of expertise in complex, international disputes, with a constant focus on the best economic solution. In inheritance law matters, Manuel Inderbitzin regularly acts as executor and advises family businesses and private individuals on all aspects of estate planning (including notarial services). Manuel Inderbitzin publishes and lectures regularly in the respective fields of law and serves as a military prosecutor.

 

Manuel Inderbitzin joined the firm in 2015 and was promoted to partnership in 2022. Prior to joining Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat, he served for several years as a litigator in one of Switzerland's leading commercial law firms in Zurich and before that as a clerk and substitute judge at the Meilen District Court.

 

Fields of activity

Litigation and arbitration

Labour law

Inheritance law, pension and estate planning

Criminal law

Privacy rights

Fields of activity

Litigation and arbitration

Labour law

Inheritance law, pension and estate planning

Criminal law

Privacy rights

 

Education and professional experience

Attorney at law, Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat – 2015

Attorney at Law, Schellenberg Wittmer AG, Zurich – 2013 to 2015

CAS Forensics, University of Lucerne – 2012

Part–time substitute judge, Meilen District Court – 2012

Admission to the Bar and Admission as Notary – 2011

Court clerk, Meilen District Court – 2010 to 2011

Auditor, Meilen District Court – 2009

University of Zurich (lic.iur.) – 2008

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Mathias Wetzel

MLaw, Attorney at Law and Notary Public

 

vCard Mathias Wetzel

 

Assistant: Ladina Gisler

 

Languages: German, English

 

Mathias Wetzel advises private individuals and legal entities on real estate and construction law, civil law, in particular contract law, as well as corporate and notarial matters. He is also active in criminal law and represents clients before civil, criminal and administrative authorities.

 

In 2017 Mathias Wetzel joined the law firm Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat. He is admitted as a legal representative before all Swiss courts. During his studies he worked for an international asset manager. After graduating from the University of Lucerne in 2014, he initially completed an internship as an auditor in the administration of civil law. Later he worked for one year as a trainee in a law firm in Zug. In 2017, he was granted the attorney and notary's license of the Canton of Zug. In addition to his professional activities, he has been politically active in the Communal Parliament of Zug since 2016.

 

Fields of activity

Contract law and drafting

Area planning, building and environmental law

Real estate law

Administrative law

Criminal law

Notary services

Fields of activity

Contract law and drafting

Area planning, building and environmental law

Real estate law

Administrative law

Criminal law

Notary services

 

Education and professional experience

Attorney with Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat – 2017

Admitted to the Bar and as Notary Public of the Canton of Zug – 2017

Internship at Hodel Frei & Partner – 2015

Auditor Cantonal Court Zug – 2014

University of Lucerne (MLaw) – 2014

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Alexandra Müller

MLaw, Attorney at law and Notary

 

vCard Alexandra Müller

 

Assistant: Nicole Villani

 

Languages: German, English

 

Alexandra Müller specializes in the field of procedural law. She has extensive experience representing individuals and companies in complex proceedings before state courts and arbitration tribunals, primarily in the areas of inheritance law, general contract law (particularly work contract law [Werkvertragsrecht]), and criminal law. Alexandra Müller also has comprehensive knowledge of data protection law, including international aspects, particularly regarding EU regulations that affect Switzerland. She assists companies in complying with data protection regulations and implementing data protection measures. In inheritance law matters, Alexandra Müller advises both individuals and companies on all questions of estate planning and provides notarial services in this regard. In the area of work contract law (Werkvertragsrecht), she has a broad range of experience in handling intricate negotiations and proceedings involving various stakeholders

 

Alexandra Müller has been working for Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat as a lawyer and notary since 2019. After completing her law studies at the University of Lucerne and the University of Texas in Austin, she was admitted to the bar and notary's office of the Canton of Zug. Alexandra Müller is admitted as a legal representative before all Swiss courts.

 

Fields of activity

Litigation and arbitration

Inheritance law, pension and estate planning

Contract law and drafting

Data protection law

Criminal law

International law

Notary services

Fields of activity

Litigation and arbitration

Inheritance law, pension and estate planning

Contract law and drafting

Data protection law

Criminal law

International law

Notary services

 

Education and professional experience

Attorney-at-law and notary with Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat – 2019

Admitted to the Bar of the Canton of Zug and Admitted as Notary Public – 2019

Trainee at Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat – 2017

University of Lucerne (MLaw) – 2017

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Lukas Frese

lic. iur., Attorney at Law

 

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Assistant: Nicole Villani

 

Languages: German, English

 

Lukas Frese specializes in domestic and international litigation, with particular emphasis on complex corporate and commercial disputes before state courts and (administrative) authorities. He regularly advises and represents companies and private individuals in the areas of judicial and administrative assistance, employment law, real estate and tenancy law, trust and customs law. His expertise also includes all pre- and post-trial arrangements such as the ordering of interim measures (preservation of evidence, injunctions, asset recovery, asset safeguarding, etc.), the enforcement of domestic and foreign decisions and the conduct of proceedings in the areas of debt collection and bankruptcy law. Furthermore, Lukas Frese has in-depth knowledge in conducting international arbitration proceedings in particular in the construction and infrastructure sectors (ICC, SCAI, ad hoc), governed by a variety of procedural and substantive laws.

 

Before joining Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat in 2019, Lukas Frese practised in Zurich as an attorney at law with renowned law firms focussing on litigation and international arbitration (2015-2019) and as clerk to the court and chairman of the Conciliation Authority in tenancy and lease matters at the district of Meilen (2011-2015).

 

Fields of activity

Litigation and arbitration

Labour law

Tenancy law

Debt collection and bankruptcy law

International law

Fields of activity

Litigation and arbitration

Labour law

Tenancy law

Debt collection and bankruptcy law

International law

 

Education and professional experience

Attorney at Law, Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat – 2019

Attorney at Law, Barandun AG – 2017

Attorney at Law, Nobel & Hug Rechtsanwälte – 2015

Admission to the Bar – 2015

Chairman of the Conciliation Authority in Tenancy and Lease Matters, District of Meilen – 2012

Court clerk, Meilen District Court – 2012

Auditor, Meilen District Court – 2011

University of Zurich (lic. iur.) – 2011

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Lukas Frese

lic. iur., Attorney at Law

 

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Assistant: Nicole Villani

 

Languages: German, English

 

Lukas Frese specializes in domestic and international litigation, with particular emphasis on complex corporate and commercial disputes before state courts and (administrative) authorities. He regularly advises and represents companies and private individuals in the areas of judicial and administrative assistance, employment law, real estate and tenancy law, trust and customs law. His expertise also includes all pre- and post-trial arrangements such as the ordering of interim measures (preservation of evidence, injunctions, asset recovery, asset safeguarding, etc.), the enforcement of domestic and foreign decisions and the conduct of proceedings in the areas of debt collection and bankruptcy law. Furthermore, Lukas Frese has in-depth knowledge in conducting international arbitration proceedings in particular in the construction and infrastructure sectors (ICC, SCAI, ad hoc), governed by a variety of procedural and substantive laws.

 

Before joining Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat in 2019, Lukas Frese practised in Zurich as an attorney at law with renowned law firms focussing on litigation and international arbitration (2015-2019) and as clerk to the court and chairman of the Conciliation Authority in tenancy and lease matters at the district of Meilen (2011-2015).

 

Fields of activity

Litigation and arbitration

Labour law

Tenancy law

Debt collection and bankruptcy law

International law

Fields of activity

Litigation and arbitration

Labour law

Tenancy law

Debt collection and bankruptcy law

International law

 

Education and professional experience

Attorney at Law, Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat – 2019

Attorney at Law, Barandun AG – 2017

Attorney at Law, Nobel & Hug Rechtsanwälte – 2015

Admission to the Bar – 2015

Chairman of the Conciliation Authority in Tenancy and Lease Matters, District of Meilen – 2012

Court clerk, Meilen District Court – 2012

Auditor, Meilen District Court – 2011

University of Zurich (lic. iur.) – 2011

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Gioia Vokinger

MLaw, Attorney at law and Notary Public

 

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Assistant: Nicole Villani

 

Languages: German, English

 

Gioia Vokinger advises private individuals and legal entities mainly in the fields of contract law resp. all aspects of private law and notarial matters. In addition, she is active in real estate and construction law. She is admitted as a legal representative before all Swiss courts.

 

Gioia Vokinger studied law at the University of Lucerne and the University of Edinburgh. After completing her studies in 2020, she initially worked as clerk at the District Court of Schwyz before joining Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat first as a trainee and then as a legal practitioner. Since 2023, Gioia Vokinger has been working as a lawyer and notary at Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat.

 

Fields of activity

Contract law and drafting

Real estate and construction law

Litigation and arbitration

Debt collection and bankruptcy law

Notary services

Fields of activity

Contract law and drafting

Real estate and construction law

Litigation and arbitration

Debt collection and bankruptcy law

Notary services

 

Education and professional experience

Attorney at law and Notary Public, Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat – 2023

Legal practitioner at Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat – 2022

Trainee at Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat – 2021

Auditor, Schwyz District Court – 2020

University of Lucerne (MLaw) – 2020

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Sarah Wyss

MLaw, Legal practitioner

 

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Assistant: Ladina Gisler

 

Languages: German, English

 

Sarah Wyss advises private individuals and legal entities on real estate and construction law, contract law and all aspects of private law.

 

Sarah Wyss studied law at the University of Lucerne. After completing her studies, she initially worked as a trainee at a law firm in Zug and then as an auditor and legal practitioner at the Cantonal Court of Zug. Sarah Wyss has been working as a legal practitioner at Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat since mid-2022.

 

Fields of activity

Real estate law

Area planning, building and environmental law

Contract law and drafting

Tenancy law

Labour law

 

Fields of activity

Real estate law

Area planning, building and environmental law

Contract law and drafting

Tenancy law

Labour law

 

Education and professional experience

Legal practitioner at Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat – 2022

Auditor and legal practitioner at Cantonal Court Zug – 2021/2022

Trainee at a law firm in Zug – 2020/2021

University of Lucerne (MLaw) – 2020

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Sonja Kaufmann

MLaw, Attorney at law and Notary Public

 

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Assistant: Silke Pilz

 

Languages: German, English

 

Sonja Kaufmann advises private individuals and legal entities mainly in the fields of contract law and notarial matters. In addition, she is active in real estate and construction law as well as in corporate and commercial law. She is admitted as legal representative before all Swiss courts.

 

Sonja Kaufman has been working for Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat as a lawyer and notary public since 2024. Prior to that, she studied law at the University of Lucerne from 2015-2021. She completed her Master's degree in the summer of 2021 with a Master's profile "Competition & Regulation". Before starting her traineeship at Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat in February 2022, Sonja Kaufmann worked as an assistant at a law firm in Zug and Zurich.

 

Fields of activity

Contract law and drafting

Commercial and corporate law

Real estate and construction law

Inheritance law, pension and estate planning

Conduct of legal proceedings

Notary services

Fields of activity

Contract law and drafting

Commercial and corporate law

Real estate and construction law

Inheritance law, pension and estate planning

Conduct of legal proceedings

Notary services

 

Education and professional experience

Attorney-at-law and Notary Public – 2024

Admitted to the Bar and as Notary Public – 2024

Trainee at Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat – 2022

Assistant at Barandun AG – 2021

University of Lucerne (MLaw) – 2019

University of Lucerne (BLaw) – 2015

Examination "Passerelle" – 2014

Vocational baccalaureate – 2013

Apprenticeship Commercial – 2010

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Lisa Arnold

Trainee Lawyer

 

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Languages: German, English, French

 

Lisa Arnold, MLaw, studied law from 2017 - 2023. After her bachelor's degree at the University of Lucerne, she completed a bilingual master's degree at the Universities of Lucerne and Neuchâtel. Lisa Arnold wrote her two master's theses on medical liability in childbirth and restorative justice from a victim's perspective.

 

Before starting her legal internship at Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat in September 2023, Lisa Arnold worked as a legal intern for six months at the Building Department of the Canton of Zug. After her legal internship at Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat, she will take the bar and notarization exam of the Canton of Zug.

 

Ausbildung und berufliche Erfahrung

Trainee Lawyer at Schweiger Advokatur/Notariat since September 2023

Legal trainee at the Building Department of the Canton of Zug – 2023

Universities of Lucerne and Neuchâtel (MLaw) – 2023

University of Lucerne (BLaw) – 2021

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Daniela Küttel

Assistant

 

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Ladina Gisler

Assistant

 

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Barbara Fuchs

Assistant

 

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Nicole Villani

Assistant

 

vCard Nicole Villani

 

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Silke Pilz

Assistant

 

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