The Partners of Schellenberg Wittmer are very pleased to announce that Vincent Carron and Philippe Ducor have become partners and Andrea Dorjee-Good, Olivier Hari and Danielle Hostettler have become counsel.
(Partner Employment, Geneva)
Vincent Carron specializes in employment law, pension funds and social security. He regularly publishes in his areas of expertise and gives training sessions in employment law.
Law degree (University of Fribourg, 1998), Bar admission (Switzerland, 2004; New York, 2007), LL.M. (University of New York, 2006), Certified Specialist SBA Employment Law (2008).
Prof. Philippe Ducor
(Partner Intellectual Property, Geneva)
Philippe Ducor specializes in intellectual property and health law. He founded and directs the Masters in Life Sciences Law at the University of Geneva and is a judge at the Federal Patent Court.
Doctorate in medecine, law degree and FMH specialist (University of Geneva, 1985, 1991 and 1992), J.S.M. and J.S.D. (Stanford University, 1994 and 1996), Bar admission (1999).
(Counsel Private Clients, Zurich)
Andrea Dorjee-Good specializes in private client matters and advises private clients in Switzerland and abroad in estate and succession planning, wealth structuring and philanthropy. She also represents clients in trust and estates disputes.
Law degree (University of St. Gallen, 2004), Bar admission (2007).
Prof. Olivier Hari
(Of Counsel Corporate and Commercial / Insolvency and Restructuring, Geneva)
Olivier Hari specializes in company law, and banking and financial markets law. He has authored several publications, is a professor of law at Neuchâtel University and regularly speaks at national and international congresses.
J.D. in Law (University of Neuchâtel, 2003), Ph.D. in Law (University of Neuchâtel, 2010), Bar admission (2007).
(Counsel Taxation, Geneva)
Danielle Hostettler specializes in domestic and international taxation, particularly in the fields of individual taxation and trusts, including tax optimization of employee compensation, tax exemption for legal entities and procedures related to tax evasion.
Law degree (University of Geneva, 1987), Economics and Social Sciences degree (1989), Bar admission (1990).