Kento Reutimann is an associate in the Regulatory, Competition, Information Technology and Intellectual Property Team. He advises and represents domestic and international companies primarily in the areas of data, information and technology law as well as intellectual property and unfair competition law.
Kento Reutimann studied at the University of Zurich and at Keio University (Tokyo, Japan) and worked for a major commercial law firm in Zurich during his studies. Prior to joining Walder Wyss, he worked as a research and teaching assistant at the Chair of Information and Communications Law at the University of Zurich, at the Data Protection Office of the University of Zurich, and at an IP law firm in Zurich. He was admitted to the bar in 2022.
Kento Reutimann practices primarily in German and English. He also speaks Japanese and French.