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Ralph Schlosser Attorney-at-law, LL.M., ( English Speaking Lawyer in Lausanne ) Switzerland
As one of the most renowned specialists in the field of intellectual property and contract law, Ralph Schlosser litigates before various Swiss courts and other administrative authorities, where he has gained considerable experience in commercial disputes as well as in advising his clients, which include several world-renowned multinational companies.
Ralph Schlosser has extensive experience in reviewing and drafting of contracts in German, English and French. His expertise encompasses the following special fields:
Distribution and agency agreements Franchising and licensing agreements IT-related contracts joint venture and partnership agreements Leasing agreements mandate and agency agreements Purchase agreements
University and higher education in Switzerland: University of Lausanne, PhD
Achievement from english speaking university abroad: Studies at the University of London (King’s College), Master of Laws (LL.M.)
Years of experience: Over 20 years of professional experince
Languages: German, English, French
Public and administrative law
Personality and media law
Inheritance law (Estate Planning & Execution of wills)
Civil liability law
Private and social insurance law
Contact: Kasser Schlosser avocats
Case postale 251
Av. de la Gare 5
CH – 1003 Lausanne
Tel: + 41 21 323 17 23
Proof of English Proficiency: Studies at the University of London (King’s College), Master of Laws (LL.M.) To study at King’s College, it is absolutely essential that an applicant can effectively communicate in English in an academic environment. All applicants are required to provide proof of their English language proficiency