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Meyerlustenberger Lachenal 
Size of Organization: 85
Year Established: 1975

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The law firm of Meyerlustenberger Lachenal is the result of a merger between meyerlustenberger, Zurich, and Lachenal & Le Fort, Geneva. The two firms joined forces and resources by merging their offices in Zurich, Geneva, Zug, Lausanne and Brussels effective April 2012. Meyerlustenberger Lachenal has 85 lawyers and ranks as one of the largest firms in Switzerland.

meyerlustenberger was established in 1975. The roots of Lachenal & Le Fort go back to the 19th century.

Meyerlustenberger Lachenal provides enterprising, innovative and solution-focused services to its clients with a high degree of partner involvement. Our size is our strength. Meyerlustenberger Lachenal offers its clients the comprehensive range of services associated with a large law firm while still providing a high degree of individual attention and flexibility. Our clients include Swiss and foreign companies, institutions and private individuals. We provide support for all their legal needs, including representing their interests before all Swiss courts and authorities as well as in arbitration proceedings.

With offices in Zurich, Geneva, Zug and Lausanne Meyerlustenberger Lachenal is present in the most important economic centers in Switzerland. Meyerlustenberger Lachenal is also one of the few Swiss law firms with an office in Brussels to assist its clients with their needs as related to EU regulations. Thanks to our years of experience with international clients, we have access to a broad-based network of first-class foreign law firms. In this way we ensure that our clients always receive the best legal advice possible from trusted partners worldwide.

Statement of Practice Summary:
General Commercial Practice, Corporate, Securities, Banking and Underwriting, Finance, Taxation, International Arbitration, International Contracts, European Law, Real Estate, Intellectual and Industrial Property, Copyright, Unfair Competition, Antitrust, Matrimonial Property, Inheritance and Estate Planning, Civil and Tax Litigation in all Swiss Courts.