Attorney at law, Partner
Ph.D., LL.M. (Stanford)
Who am I?
I am a lawyer specializing in tech law. What characterizes me? The ability to carry out fast and cross-sectional analysis; I am also skilled in identifying, in each project, several options and their legal and commercial consequences.
• Lenz & Staehelin, Geneva (2009-2016, bar admission in 2011)
• LL.M. in Law, Science & Technology, Stanford Law School (2013-2014)
• Ph.D. in EU Competition Law, University of Geneva (2005-2009, Walther Hug, Bellot and Aubert Awards)
• JD, Universities of Lausanne and St Gallen (2001-2005)
• Publications and lectures on topics relating to innovation and competition (section in the commentary of Western Switzerland on the relationship between IP and competition law, lectures in the Summer School Program on IP organized jointly by WIPO and the Geneva Law School)
• Research fellow at the MPI for Innovation and Competition, Munich (2008)
• Secondment with a group active in the watch sector (2012)
• Participation in the World Intermediary Liability Map, Center for Internet and Society, Stanford Law School (2014)
• Swiss rapporteur for the International League of Competition Law in relation to the online exhaustion of intellectual property rights (2014)
• Creation of an online platform dedicated to the resolution of disputes relating to the internet, together with a team of the Geneva Law School
• Member of the Commission in charge of modernizing the Geneva Bar, and of other professional associations such as the Licensing Executive Society
• Launch of sigma legal together with Joëlle and Vincent, with whom I share entrepreneurship values