Dr. iur., Rechtsanwalt
Ausbildung und Erfahrung
- Universitäten Zürich und Genf (lic. iur. 1984)
- Auditor und a.o. Gerichtssekretär in Bezirksgericht (1984-1985)
- Anwaltskanzlei Zürich (1985-1987)
- Dr. iur. und Anwaltspatent (1987)
- Foreign Associate in führender Anwaltskanzlei in Chicago (1988)
- Rechtsanwalt in Wirtschaftsanwaltskanzlei in Zürich (1989-1993)
- Partner bei Wirtschaftsanwaltskanzlei in Zürich (1993-1996)
- Partner/ Gründungsmitglied Badertscher Rechtsanwälte AG seit 1996
- Diverse Verwaltungsratsmandate in der Privatindustrie
- Zürcher Anwaltsverband (ZAV)
- Schweizerischer Anwaltsverband (SAV)
- International Bar Association (IBA)
- Schweizerische Vereinigung für Steuerrecht
- International Fiscal Association (IFA)
- Center For International Legal Studies, Salzburg
- International Law Office (ILO)
- Schweizerische Gesellschaft für Haftpflicht- und Versicherungsrecht (SGHVR)
- Mitglied und aufgeführter Anwalt bei Who’s Who Legal
Shareholders‘ agreements for closely held companies under Swiss law
Shareholders‘ agreements for closely held companies under Swiss law. Swiss company articles and organisational regulations do not legally bind shareholders to do more for a company beyond paying their share subscription price and notifying the company about shareholdings, related beneficial owners and direct or indirect share transfers
Is surveillance of insured parties lawful?
Is surveillance of insured parties lawful? In case of doubt regarding eligibility for benefits, insurers in Switzerland (particularly accident and disability insurers) have a long record of hiring investigators to conduct surveillance in order to prevent abuse and to adjust or reclaim benefits if the doubt proves founded.
Interpretation of company articles in Sika takeover Battle
Interpretation of company articles in Sika takeover Battle. A recent Zug Cantonal Court decision sheds light on the way that Swiss company articles of association must be interpreted under Swiss company law in cases in which they are not only applicable internally among a few shareholders, but also have an effect on third parties.
Partial revision of Federal Act on Insurance Contracts
Partial revision of Federal Act on Insurance Contracts. In 2013 the Federal Parliament rejected a bill for a total revision of the Federal Act on Insurance Contracts, with an order to the Federal Council to elaborate a partial revision on selected subjects. The Federal Council drafted an amended bill and recently initiated consultation proceedings on the proposals.
New Federal Court decision on business judgement rule
New Federal Court decision on business judgement rule. A recent Swiss Federal Court decision clarified the circumstances under which the personal liability of board members or managers of a Swiss company for their business decisions and omissions can be reduced by applying the so-called ‚business judgement‘ rule or, if the related prerequisites are not met in a particular case, based on other grounds.
Defects in company organisation caused by Deadlock
Defects in company organisation caused by Deadlock. The Federal Supreme Court recently clarified in two appeals how to deal with defects in company organisation caused by deadlock between two equal shareholders, particularly if they are both board members.