Hans Rudolf Trüeb

Hans Rudolf Trüeb

Prof. Dr. iur., LL.M., Attorney at Law




Direct phone: +41 58 658 55 88

Curriculum Vitae

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Hans Rudolf Trüeb is a partner of Walder Wyss. He is the co-head of the Regulated Markets, Competition, Technology & IP team, together with David Vasella. He advises Swiss and international clients as well as public entities in corporate and technology-related transactions and with regard to compliance and governance issues. Inter alia, he handles technology transfer, licensing, distribution, joint venture and outsourcing projects as well as corporate transactions. He is often retained as expert and represents clients in court or before arbitral tribunals. He is Co-Chair of the Zurich Bar's Technology and Telecom Law Practice Group and frequently publishes in this field. Hans Rudolf Trüeb is adjunct professor at Zurich University Law School for Swiss and international economic law as well as administrative law. Hans Rudolf Trüeb is ranked in Who’s Who legal, Chambers and other institutions. Chambers describes him as being «active and extremely intelligent, with a great reputation», while Legal 500 mentions him as «one of the best in his field».

Born in 1961, Hans Rudolf Trüeb was educated at the Universities of Zurich (lic. iur. 1987; Dr. iur. 1989) and Berkeley, California (USA) (LL.M. 1991). He further stayed as visiting scholar at UC Berkeley to write a treatise on international trade law. He previously worked as associate and partner in a mid-sized Zurich law firm.

Hans Rudolf Trüeb speaks German, English, French and Italian. He is registered with the Zurich Bar Registry.

Asset management mandates under the new procurement law

Successful participation in public tenders

Handkommentar zum Schweizerischen Beschaffungsrecht: Kommentierung von Art. 52 bis 54

Switzerland – Latest regulatory updates on the revised Federal Telecommunications Act

Chambers Global Practice Guides

Switzerland – The rough and the smooth

Smart Contracts

Rahmenverträge, Gesetzliche Ordnung und Praxis

Subordinate Commercial Legislation: Consumer Credit Act (KKG), Mergers Act (FusG), Unfair Competition Act (UWG) and Package Travel Act (PauRG)

LLC (GmbH), Association, Commercial Registry and Securities (Art. 772–1186 OR) / Intermediated Securities Act

Commentary on certain provisions of Swiss corporate law

Commentary on certain provisions of Swiss corporate law

Partnerships and Stock Companies (Article 530–771 OR.) incl. the Ordinance against Excessive Remuneration (VegüV)

Tax Data in the Cloud? Data Protection Requirements for Government Outsourcing

Carte blanche – Versteckte Laufzeitbeschränkung


Regulierung und Marktzutritt dritter Zahlungsdienstleister

Chapter on Telecommunication Law in Europe

Revision des Beschaffungsrechts bringt Rechtssicherheit und mehr Wettbewerb

Liability for induced seismicity

Spitalfinanzierung und Vergaberecht

Commentary on the Procurment Code

Technology, Media and Telecommunications Review Switzerland

Keine Ausschreibungspflich für Sondernutzungskonzessionen der Verteilnetzbetreiber

No Obligation to Tender for Special-Use Licences for Distribution Network Operators

Commentary on certain provisions of Swiss corporate law

Multi-jurisdictional outsourcing: transition and transformation issues

Competition Law and Competition Regulation 2007–2009

Commentary on certain provisions of Swiss corporate law

IT- and Competition Law


The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Public Procurement 2009

IT- and Competition Law

Swiss Legal Regime on Rights of Way in the Telecom Sector

IT Outsourcing Agreements – Structure and Typical Clauses

Article on new provisions regarding contaminated sites

Competition and the Environment – the Case of Selected Disposal Markets

Increased regulation of e-commerce

Corporate Governance at the Zurich University Clinic

Triple Play: Convergence and Divergence

Recovery and Disposal of Excavation Material

Going Private of Swisscom – an Epilogue?

Swiss Legal Regime on Rights of Way in the Telecom Sector

Undundling – Waiting for the Legislator

Unbundling – Waiting for the Legislator

Chapter on Telecommunication Law in Europe

Current Legal Issues of IT and Competition Law

Software License Agreements with End Users

Software Agreements

Commentary on the new Swiss Act on Cartels

Corporate Governance in the Swiss Telecom Industry

New Swiss Rules of International Arbitration

Data Protection and Information Technology

The so called Service Public

Universal Service in the Telecommunications Sector - Public Interest or Obstacle to Innovation?

Building of Telecommunication Infrastructure

Controversial Infrastructure

Infrastructure Circuits in Public Streets: Legal Issues

International Trade and the Environment - National Regulations in the Framework of International Trade Law

E-Commerce: Current Legal Issues