Bruno Ledrappier, Partner
Bruno specialises in criminal law in both national and international matters with a special focus on white collar crime.
Bruno is a Partner in our Geneva office. He specialises in criminal law in both national and international matters with a special focus on white collar crime. Bruno also has a strong experience in civil cases, such as commercial and financial matters, trust litigation, family law and probate matters.
Bruno is admitted to practise in Switzerland.
ODA (Geneva Bar association)
FSA (Swiss Bar Association)
AGDA (Geneva Business Law Association)
IBA (International Bar Association)
ASA (Swiss Arbitration Association)
- Assisting a Swiss based bank in the context of the US Department of Justice program
- Representation of a Swiss entrepreneur accused by a competitor of patent’s violations
- Representation of an asset manager accused of misappropriation, fraud and forgery acts by plaintiffs across Europe.
Anti-Money Laundering in Switzerland - Quick overview
Swiss anti-money laundering legislation has undergone numerous changes in recent years.
The Lugano convention – the journey continues
The UK’s departure from the European Union has had the effect of leaving the UK outside of the Lugano Convention of 2007.
Mind the gap? Enforcing transition-period UK judgments in Switzerland revisited
A decision on an application to apply the Lugano Convention after the end of the UK’s transition period.
Enforcing judgments in England and Switzerland post-Brexit
For the first time, there is no framework for the enforcement of Swiss judgments in the United Kingdom and vice versa.
First international corruption trial held in Geneva
Bruno looks at the recent milestone for Geneva prosecutors
Will English soon be admissible in the Swiss Supreme Court in arbitral proceedings
Bruno looks at the recent development concerning the use of English in the Supreme Court
Scope of the accountability of asset managers - case law clarification
Bruno looks at the recent Supreme Court clarification on the accountability of asset managers
Collecting Evidence in Switzerland – Dos and Don’ts
A number of States, including Switzerland, have enacted blocking statutes which may hinder or prevent the taking of evidence