Nicolas C. Herren is a partner and a member of the Litigation & Arbitration group in Geneva. He specializes in national and cross-border banking/commercial disputes, in particular stemming out of contractual and regulatory issues. His activity covers also enforcement proceedings such as complex cross-border bankruptcies or recognition of foreign judgments. In addition, he has a broad experience in white collar crime and international mutual assistance in criminal and administrative matters.
After graduating from the Universities of Geneva and Bern (lic. iur. 2003), Nicolas C. Herren worked at the University of Geneva as an assistant lecturer in the fields of white collar crime and international mutual assistance in criminal matters from 2004 to 2008. He was also involved in the development of a training program on the Swiss and cross-border anti-money laundering legislation, addressed to private banks' employees and directed by the Centre for Banking and Financial Law of the University of Geneva. After obtaining a "DEA" (LLM) at the University of Geneva in 2008, Nicolas C. Herren joined Pestalozzi as a junior associate and, following his admission to the Geneva bar in 2010, as an associate, before becoming Partner in 2016. He is a member of different law associations such as the Internal Association of Young Lawyers (AIJA) and the Geneva Association of commercial law (AGDA).
- Partner at Pestalozzi
- Associate at Pestalozzi
- Bar admission: Switzerland
- Junior associate at Pestalozzi
- University of Geneva: LLM
- University of Geneva: assistant Professor in criminal economic law (until 2008)
- University of Geneva and Bern: lic. iur.
Expertise & IndustriesLitigation & Arbitration
- Geneva Bar Association
- Internal Association of Young Lawyers (AIJA)
- Geneva Association of commercial law (AGDA)