Micha Bühler

Micha Bühler

lic. iur., LL.M., Attorney at Law




Direct phone: +41 58 658 55 61

Curriculum Vitae

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Micha Bühler is a partner at Walder Wyss. He specialises in commercial litigation and international arbitration, particularly in disputes arising from infrastructure and construction projects, M&A transactions, banking and finance, as well as distribution contracts. In addition, he represents Swiss and foreign clients in recognition & enforcement proceedings, international legal assistance and fraud & white collar crime litigation. Moreover, he advises on international insolvency issues and represents foreign parties and trustees in Swiss recognition and bankruptcy proceedings.

Micha Bühler studied at the Universities of Basel and Lausanne (lic. iur. 1997; summa cum laude) and received his master’s degree in international commercial law from the University of Cambridge (LL.M. 2003). He joined Walder Wyss as an attorney in 2000. He regularly publishes and lectures in his fields of specialisation.

Micha Bühler speaks German, English and French. He is registered with the Zurich Bar Registry and admitted to practice in all Switzerland.

Commentary on Articles 10 (Appointment of a Sole Arbitrator) and 11 (Appointment of Arbitrators) of the Swiss Rules

Doing Business in Switzerland – A Practical Guide

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

Doing Business in Switzerland – A Practical Guide

Das revidierte GPA ist in Kraft getreten

Commentary on Article 194 PILS

Commentary to Art. 5 to 8 of the Swiss Rules of International Arbitration

Costs in International Arbitration

Recognition and Enforcement of Awards

Country Answer for Switzerland

Interdependence between procurement and civil law

Public Procurement: Switzerland

Indemnity for Goodwill and Termination of Distribution Contracts under Swiss Law

The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Public Procurement 2009

Non-payment of the advance on costs by the respondent party – is there really a remedy?

Commentary to Art. 5–8 of the Swiss Rules of International Arbitration

New Swiss Rules of International Commercial Arbitration

Awarding Costs in International Commercial Arbitration: an Overview

Corporate Criminal Liability Comes to Switzerland

Choice of Swiss Law – No Escape Route To Avoid Application of International Sanctions