BÜHLMANN KOENIG & PARTNER moves downtown
This week BÜHLMANN KOENIG & PARTNER moved to Alfred-Escher-Strasse 17 in 8002 Zurich. The new offices are situated in close proximity to the train station Enge ("Bahnhof Enge"). The new location in the centre of the Zurich financial district accompanies the firm's growth and anchors its position as boutique law firm for business, tax and financial market law.
BÜHLMANN KOENIG & PARTNER with focus on Initial Coin Offerings (ICO) and Blockchain Technology
Due to the boom in the field of crypto currencies and the increased importance of blockchain-based technologies, BÜHLMANN KOENIG & PARTNER advises and provides comprehensive services to various domestic and international clients regarding ICOs and with respect to corporate and contractual as well as regulatory and tax issues.
Regina Arquint new Partner at BÜHLMANN KOENIG & PARTNER
Regina Arquint joined BÜHLMANN KOENIG & PARTNER as a new Partner. Her key areas of practice are data protection, employment law, corporate law, contracts and competition law. Before joining BÜHLMANN KOENIG & PARTNER, she worked for many years at Swarovski and in a renowned law firm in Zurich.
Philipp Meier Schleich new Partner at BÜHLMANN KOENIG & PARTNER
As new partner of BÜHLMANN KOENIG & PARTNER, Philipp Meier Schleich is mainly advising in the areas of business law, labour law, private law, civil procedure law, dept collection and bankruptcy law. Before he joined BÜHLMANN KOENIG & PARTNER, he worked for many years in a renowned major law firm in Zürich and as a deputy judge at a District Court in the Canton of Zurich.
Barbara Stillhart-Zimmermann new partner of BÜHLMANN KOENIG & PARTNER
Barbara Stillhart-Zimmermann leads as new partner of BÜHLMANN KOENIG & PARTNER the firm's tax law practice. She used to work for several years for a major Zurich law firm and for a large Swiss bank.
Andreas Henseler new General Counsel of Zuger Kantonalbank
Andreas Henseler, former partner of BÜHLMANN KOENIG & PARTNER, has been appointed as new General Counsel at the Zuger Kantonalbank. He mainly served clients of the financial industry and headed for three years the firm's notarial practice. He started as General Counsel at the beginning of April.
Trial win regarding prohibition to disclose data in US tax dispute
BÜHLMANN KOENIG & PARTNER represented in the first instance before labor court an executive banker who successfully fought the disclosure of his personal data by his former employer, a Swiss bank, into the U.S. in the context of the U.S. tax dispute (proceedings pending before Supreme Court).
First financing round of Swiss medtech start-up company successfully completed.
BÜHLMANN KOENIG & PARTNER drafted the entire documentation and advised on the shareholders' agreement.