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.

Click here to learn more about our COVID-19 resources. And a compilation of all COVID-19 regulations enacted by the Swiss government can be found here.


Who's Who Legal

“a go-to practitioner in the field of investigations whose expertise runs the gamut of matters from white-collar crime to extradition and asset tracing.”


George Ayoub is a Partner in our Dispute Resolution Group in Geneva and a member of the White-Collar Crime and Compliance Team.


  • Business crime defense work, asset-tracing and recovery, international mutual assistance in criminal and administrative matters
  • Regulatory and compliance issues
  • Complex litigation involving an international component and multi-jurisdictional aspects


Professional Experience
Partner at Schellenberg Wittmer
Senior Associate at Schellenberg Wittmer
Associate at Schellenberg Wittmer
Associate at a renowned business law firm
Trainee Lawyer at a renowned business law firm
Office of the Attorney General of Switzerland
Education and Admission
Bar Admission in Switzerland
Master of Law, University of Lausanne
Bachelor of Law, University of Lausane
Additional Professional Activities
  • Member of several professional associations, notably the Geneva and Swiss Bar Associations as well as of the International Bar Association
  • Regular speaker on topics within his areas of expertise at the Transnational Crime Conferences of the International Bar Association

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