As the sixth largest Swiss commercial law firm, MLL advises its clients in all areas of commercial law. In particular, MLL stands out for its first-class industry expertise in technically innovative specialist areas such as fintech, blockchain and artificial intelligence, and also in regulated and innovative industries such as life sciences, ICT, financial services, real estate and retail and luxury. It is especially in these sectors that MLL's specialists regularly receive attention in the most prestigious legal publications and lawyer rankings. MLL employs around 250 people, including circa 150 lawyers, at its four Swiss offices in Zurich, Geneva, Zug and Lausanne, as well as its international offices in London and Madrid.
FRORIEP was founded in 1966 in Zurich and is today a leading and internationally operating Swiss business law firm with offices in the German and French speaking part of Switzerland, namely Zurich, Zug and Geneva and abroad in London and Madrid. More than 60 highly specialised attorneys in various practice areas work for national and international companies, as well as private clients from Switzerland and abroad.
The cultural diversity, dynamic approach and business-oriented thinking of our lawyers sets us apart from other law firms.
We see ourselves as partners and not only lawyers for our clients. We believe that we serve our clients best when we think with them and not for them. We are highly dedicated and committed to our clients and respond quickly, competently and efficiently to their legal questions. Our network includes Swiss universities and important players in Swiss law. This ensures constant access to the latest expertise and current developments in Swiss and international law.
We maintain a large international network with our Swiss and international presence as well as our involvement in international professional associations. Our vision is to be an innovative firm. Apart from expanding our traditional areas of expertise, we are also strengthening our knowledge in the following three focus areas, which we believe to become more and more important for our clients in the next few years:
- Governance and trust in and between virtual worlds and the real world
- Artificial intelligence and digitalisation
- Resources, including commodities, food, water, energy and waste
This is our focus in order to be prepared to wherever the future may lead us.