COVID-19 / Coronavirus
The world is taking extraordinary steps to fight and delay the spread of COVID-19. At Schellenberg Wittmer, we have taken the necessary steps to protect the health of our employees, our clients and the wider communities we work and live in. Most of our lawyers and staff now work remotely, but we remain fully available and reachable by phone (the normal phone numbers), email, fax and regular mail.


Who's Who Legal

“excellent analytical skills”

Who's Who Legal

“a strong knowledge of international law”

Who's Who Legal

“a talented young lawyer who will go far”


Benjamin Gottlieb is a Senior Associate in our Dispute Resolution Group in Zurich. His main areas of practice are international arbitration as well as domestic and international commercial litigation. He further specializes in and advises clients on the United Nations Convention for the International Sales of Goods (CISG).


  • Main areas of practice: international arbitration, domestic and international commercial litigation as well as the CISG
  • He was awarded the title of Arbitration Practitioner (ArbP) by the Swiss Arbitration Academy in 2010


Professional Experience
Senior Associate at Schellenberg Wittmer
Associate at Schellenberg Wittmer
Education and Admission
PhD candidate, University of Lucerne
Bar Admission in Switzerland
Certificate of Advanced Studies in Arbitration, Universities of Lucerne and Neuchâtel
lic. iur., Universities of Zurich and Milan
Additional Professional Activities
  • Lecturer at the University of Zurich for international commercial arbitration and the Vienna Sales Convention and taught advocacy classes in Milan
  • He writes and speaks on arbitration and international sales law.

Subscribe to our Newsletter

*Required fields

Monthly selected key topics from our practice areas and sectors, plus Newsflashes on current events.
Monthly email with the latest updates on and summaries of the Swiss Federal Supreme Court's case law in arbitration matters.
A regular look (1 – 2 per year) from a unique M&A perspective on legal changes, economic developments and societal trends in Switzerland.