Swiss law firm Bratschi has added Markus Aeschbacher and Marco Colombini to its construction & real estate law practice and its Italian practice areas respectively.
Markus Aeschbacher has long-standing consultancy and litigation experience working with national and international clients in the field of construction and real estate law, with a focus on real estate transactions, construction and planning contracts, turnkey and general contractor agreements, commercial tenancy law as well as plant engineering and construction. Prior to joining Bratschi, Aeschbacher was a partner in a renowned Zurich business law firm.
He studied law at the University of St. Gallen and was admitted to the bar in 2002. After that he graduated with a Master of Laws (LL.M.) from Georgetown University. After obtaining his certificate of advanced studies in construction and real estate law from the University of Freiburg, he was certified by the Swiss Bar Association as a specialist in construction and real estate law in 2013.
During his career, Marco Colombini has acquired several years of experience in advising and representing Italian companies operating in the Swiss market, he has also advised national and international players in the luxury and retail sectors as well as the industrial sector, with a focus on distribution, logistics and commercial tenancy law. In addition, he provides support for complex infrastructure and industrial plant projects. Prior to joining Bratschi, Colombini was a partner in a Zurich business law firm.
He studied law at the University of Basel, was admitted to the bar in 2007, and received a doctorate from the University of Zurich in 2016.
Bratschi is a fast-growing Swiss full-service law firm. It offers clients a broad range of legal and counseling services. They focus on business and tax law and counseling for medium-sized enterprises. Bratschi operates throughout Switzerland, advising national and international clients via offices in Basel, Bern, Geneva, Lausanne, St. Gallen, Zug and Zurich.
Edited by Ramata Diallo