The firm

The firm was founded at the end of the 19th century by Simon de Félice, a lawyer and professor at the Faculty of Law at the University of Lausanne (1868-1935). A partner from 1914, Maurice Baudat (1888-1969), Bâtonnier from 1941 to 1944, practised at the bar until his death. He was joined by Jean Reymond (1893-1960), Bâtonnier from 1950 to 1953, then by Pierre Ramelet, Bâtonnier from 1974 to 1976, Claude Reymond, Honorary Professor of the University of Lausanne and former Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Law in Geneva, then by other partners.

Since then, the firm has continued to go from strength to strength, thanks to the arrival of new partners.

Throughout its history, the firm has gained solid experience in the fields of civil law (persons, family, inheritance, property), contract law, commercial law (companies, mergers), intellectual property, information law, real estate law, administrative law, debt collection and bankruptcy law, criminal law and judicial cooperation, law relating to foreign nationals, law relating to employee benefits and international law, especially international arbitration law.
This is still the case today.

The firm currently consists of eleven practising lawyers and two trainee lawyers. Each of the lawyers specialises in a specific legal field, thus enabling the firm to provide services across a wide-ranging area.

Most notably, several partners are certified SBA specialist attorneys in the fields of Law of inheritance as well as Construction and real estate law.

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