Robin heads Loyens & Loeff’s Swiss Litigation and Risk Management practice group. He specialises in domestic and cross-border dispute resolution in a broad range of areas and with a particular focus on white-collar crime and asset recovery. His clients include banks, funds, multinationals and high-net-worth Individuals. Recent work highlights include representing an art broker in various proceedings relating to an allegedly forged Picasso painting, representing a private equity fund in asset recovery and criminal proceedings in relation to an investment in a start-up company which in fact ran a Ponzi scheme and defending an architect who is accused of having cooked the books.
He graduated with honors (magna cum laude) from University of Basel in 2007, worked at a first instance court in 2008 and was admitted to the bar in 2010. In 2013, he received an LL.M. degree from Columbia Law School in New York, United States. Prior to joining Loyens & Loeff, Robin worked at a leading Swiss law firm.
Robin is a member of the Zurich Bar Association and the Swiss Bar Association.
He regularly publishes articles and newsletter on topics within his area of practice.