We congratulate our associate, Charlotte Séchaud, who obtained a Master's degree in Real Estate from the Institut d'Etudes Immobilières (IEI), after a two years course. She thus completes the competences of REISER Avocats in this field.
We are very pleased that Sonja Maeder Morvant, partner, has been recognised by Chambers Europe 2021 in the field of White Collar Crime. What they say: Interviewees praise both her expertise and approach to matters, describing her as "thoughtful and creative" with "outstanding client-handling skills."
We are pleased to welcome Aline Nelis to our firm as a trainee lawyer. Prior to joining us, Aline Nelis completed a 6-month internship at the International Criminal Court.
Alexandre de Senarclens published with Lisa Harrison an article in the legal review La Semaine Judiciaire (SJ 2021 II 47) on the Lombard Credit and the Leverage Effect.
Guillaume Etier gave a lecture on tort law in medical matters at the university of Geneva in the framework of a Masters degree.
Congratulations to our partner Sonja Maeder Morvant who has been appointed co-chair of the International Bar Association's Business crime committee.
Sonja Maeder Morvant speaks at a webinar on the removal of prosecutors and judges in criminal proceedings, organised by the Geneva Bar association.
Flavien Valloggia authored an article for the magazine Immobilier.ch of November 2020 on the end of freezing decision of the densification of the villas zone in Geneva and the modification of the Law on constructions and installations.
Our partner, Guillaume Etier, wins an appeal in the framework of a public tendering proceedings concerning the Geneva airport, before the Geneva court of justice.
We are proud of our partner Flavien Valloggia, who, in the context of the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, has been mobilized since 19 March 2020 as part of his military duties for the army's support to civil authorities. Colonel Valloggia, chief of staff for personnel of Territorial Division 1, is part of the staff which, under the leadership of the Joint Operations Command, coordinates and supervises military operations and missions in the French-speaking cantons as well as in the canton of Bern.
Nathalie Subilia was interviewed in the newspaper Le Temps regarding the different issues of the employers and the employees facing Covid-19.
We are very pleased that Sonja Maeder Morvant, partner, has received the Investigation Client Choice Award 2020 for Switzerland by Lexology. This award recognises lawyers who stand apart for the excellent client care they provide and the quality of their service. Nomination is exclusively by corporate counsel.
Nathalie Subilia and Lisa Harrison publish an article in the newspaper Le Temps titled “Rights and duties of the employer facing Covid-19 ”, rubrique Opinion
11 march 2019
Alexandre de Senarclens and Charlotte Séchaud published in the legal review Expert Focus an article on the duty to provide information from the financial service provider to its client according to the new Federal Act on Financial Services (FinSA)
Press coverage: Sonja Maeder Morvant on the new Firm and corruption investigations in Switzerland in Global Investigation Review
Reiser Avocats has been launched! A fresh start for the benefit of our clients
Nathalie Subilia and Lisa Harrison publish an article in the newspaper Le Temps titled “Faced with collective dismissals, what legal remedies to employees have”, rubrique Opinion
13 December 2019
Sonja Maeder Morvant is recognised as a “Thought leader” in investigations by Who’s Who Legal, a publication identifying leading practitioners in the field.
Christian Reiser recently published an article on without prejudice negotiations (co-authored with Me. Michel Valticos in Semaine Judiciaire 2019 II 217 ss).
Me Guillaume Etier lectures on civil liability at the‘Marathon du droit’ of the Ordre des avocats de Genève.
Sonja Maeder Morvant is listed as one of the best lawyers in Business crime defence in Who’s Who Legal 2019.
Sonja Maeder Morvant comments on the transactional agreements with the public ministry in the Gunvor case. Global Investigation Review