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Stéphanie Oneyser

Stéphanie's practice focuses on civil litigation matters and insolvency law. She joined our firm as an associate in April 2014. After obtaining a Master of Laws degree from the University of Fribourg in 2009, she did her legal internships with a business law firm in Zurich and the District Court of Horgen. Until 2014, she worked as a law clerk at the District Court of Horgen and passed the Zurich Bar Exam in 2013. Stéphanie has also experience in arbitration cases. She has worked for Prof. Pierre Tercier who was chairman of many ICC arbitration proceedings. Moreover, she advices in arbitration proceedings in sport law under the CAS Rules. Her working languages are German, English and French.

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Dr. Lucien W. Valloni

Lucien is a highly experienced litigator in both international and domestic commercial and arbitration cases in the Swiss courts, up to the Swiss Federal Supreme Court level. Lucien is also one of the best-known sports lawyers in Switzerland, with extensive experience in sports litigation on various bodies of sports organisations as well as in sports arbitration at the Court of Arbitration for Sport in Lausanne. Lucien has published textbooks on litigation and sports law in Switzerland and lectures Sports Law at the University of Zurich and at the Paris-Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi. Lucien has been a partner at our Zurich office since 2005. He has represented domestic and international clients in numerous high-profile cases in all fields and courts up to the Swiss Federal Supreme Court. He also advises clients on commercial, employment, entertainment and media, insurance, real estate, aviation and international enforcement matters, including the recovery and enforcement of state debts.

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Extremely important victory for a football player against former club for wrongful termination achieved

Posted by on May 16, 2017 3:33:16 PM

Football – one word that evokes not only a sport but also money related issues.

Contrary to what one may think, football players often struggle to get paid by their club, in particular after the wrongful termination of the employment agreement by the club.

A recent example illustrates this phenomenon – here with a happy ending for the player.

Topics: Arbitration , Sports Law

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Dr. Lucien W. Valloni

Lucien is a highly experienced litigator in both international and domestic commercial and arbitration cases in the Swiss courts, up to the Swiss Federal Supreme Court level. Lucien is also one of the best-known sports lawyers in Switzerland, with extensive experience in sports litigation on various bodies of sports organisations as well as in sports arbitration at the Court of Arbitration for Sport in Lausanne. Lucien has published textbooks on litigation and sports law in Switzerland and lectures Sports Law at the University of Zurich and at the Paris-Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi. Lucien has been a partner at our Zurich office since 2005. He has represented domestic and international clients in numerous high-profile cases in all fields and courts up to the Swiss Federal Supreme Court. He also advises clients on commercial, employment, entertainment and media, insurance, real estate, aviation and international enforcement matters, including the recovery and enforcement of state debts.

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Alessandro Solèr

Alessandro joined us in March 2016 as a trainee lawyer, after having worked with law firms in Frankfurt, Barcelona and London. He studied law and economics at the University of St Gallen, and his thesis focuses on international commercial arbitration. During his studies he worked in real estate and on social projects. He has not yet been admitted to the Bar. Alessandro's working languages are German and English and he has a good command of Spanish.

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CAS structure and procedure - it is now time for a change!

Posted by on May 25, 2016 9:33:36 AM

Although the benefits of the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) are widely acknowledged, it faces a time of uncertainty. When the German Supreme Court (BGH) pronounces its decision in the Pechstein Case, the CAS's maintenance may come into question.

Topics: Arbitration , Litigation , Sports Law

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Dr. Lucien W. Valloni

Lucien is a highly experienced litigator in both international and domestic commercial and arbitration cases in the Swiss courts, up to the Swiss Federal Supreme Court level. Lucien is also one of the best-known sports lawyers in Switzerland, with extensive experience in sports litigation on various bodies of sports organisations as well as in sports arbitration at the Court of Arbitration for Sport in Lausanne. Lucien has published textbooks on litigation and sports law in Switzerland and lectures Sports Law at the University of Zurich and at the Paris-Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi. Lucien has been a partner at our Zurich office since 2005. He has represented domestic and international clients in numerous high-profile cases in all fields and courts up to the Swiss Federal Supreme Court. He also advises clients on commercial, employment, entertainment and media, insurance, real estate, aviation and international enforcement matters, including the recovery and enforcement of state debts.

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Is a jurisdiction clause of a Swiss bank for foreign consumers valid?

Posted by on Mar 7, 2016 2:00:00 PM

This article deals with a very recent decision of the Swiss Federal Supreme Court of 9 February 2016 concerning a jurisdiction clause of a Geneva based Swiss bank. The place of jurisdiction is of course key in any dispute. The following questions will be answered:

Topics: Banking & Finance , Litigation

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Dr. Lucien W. Valloni

Lucien is a highly experienced litigator in both international and domestic commercial and arbitration cases in the Swiss courts, up to the Swiss Federal Supreme Court level. Lucien is also one of the best-known sports lawyers in Switzerland, with extensive experience in sports litigation on various bodies of sports organisations as well as in sports arbitration at the Court of Arbitration for Sport in Lausanne. Lucien has published textbooks on litigation and sports law in Switzerland and lectures Sports Law at the University of Zurich and at the Paris-Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi. Lucien has been a partner at our Zurich office since 2005. He has represented domestic and international clients in numerous high-profile cases in all fields and courts up to the Swiss Federal Supreme Court. He also advises clients on commercial, employment, entertainment and media, insurance, real estate, aviation and international enforcement matters, including the recovery and enforcement of state debts.

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Eric Neuenschwander

Eric joined Froriep in 2015. He obtained his Bachelor and Master of Laws degree (magna cum laude) from the University of Zurich. His Master's thesis focused on cloud computing, which was awarded with the "Semesterpreis" from the University of Zurich.

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Switzerland as a leader in the fight against corruption in sports?

Posted by on Feb 24, 2016 2:00:00 PM

This article highlights the most important changes under way in Switzerland regarding the investigation and prosecution of corruption in sport.

Topics: Sports Law

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