Five-partner Zurich ally joins CMS group

O'Connor, Joanne
July 2005
Lawyer;7/4/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 26, p5
Trade Publication
The article reports that the law firm CMS Cameron McKenna's Swiss ally has absorbed Zurich's Henrici Wicki & Guggisberg. As revealed on www.thelawyer.com, the five-partner, 10-lawyer firm is expected to join CMS von Erlach Klainguti Stettler Wille by October. Henrici Wicki specialises in banking regulatory work for a largely Swiss banking clientele. Included in the team are high-profile banking litigator Andre Aloy Wicki and regulatory banking star Juerg Guggisberg. CMS von Erlach currently has 12 partners focusing on general commercial, corporate, IP, litigation and real estate.


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