CYRILL
SÜESS

Attorney-at-Law, lic. iur. HSG
LL.M. Queen Mary University of London
Partner

CV V-CARD Publications

Cyrill Süess is an accomplished dispute resolution expert in civil and commercial matters representing international and domestic clients in state courts and arbitration. He worked for several years at different courts and law firms in London and Germany. Cyrill Süess’ profound knowledge of civil procedural law and his experience with contractual and non-contractual conflicts complement the pragmatic advice he offers. It also enables him to identify potential problems early on and act accordingly. He deepened his knowledge of arbitration during his LL.M. studies at Queen Mary University of London. In addition, he advises on employment law and is still a substitute judge at the district court of Dietikon.

Location

  • Zurich

Expertise

  • Litigation and Arbitration
  • Commercial and Contracts
  • Employment, Pensions and Immigration
  • Banking, Finance and Capital Markets
  • Intellectual Property

Languages

  • German
  • English

Memberships

  • Swiss Bar Association
  • Zurich Bar Association
  • Swiss Arbitration Association (ASA)
  • International Bar Association (IBA)

Other activities | pro bono

  • Substitute Judge at the District Court of Dietikon

Contact

cyrill.sueess@bianchischwald.ch

Assistant

nina.biner@bianchischwald.ch
T +41 58 220 37 00
F +41 58 220 37 01

Zurich

St. Annagasse 9
P.O. Box 1162
8021 Zurich, Switzerland

Recognitions

    Cyrill Süess always excels as he is very responsive to requests, even with the shortest notice. His responses are always based on profound legal knowledge and deep understanding of the industry.
    Legal500 EMEA 2020

    BianchiSchwald LLC’s ‘outstanding litigation team’ comprises ‘very hands-on and pragmatic practitioners’, who ‘speak the same language as entrepreneurs’ and ‘understand the importance of pro-active, sound and thoughtful legal advice’. ‘Sharp legal mind’ and ‘always available’ Cyrill Süess is recommended as an ‘expert in civil proceedings’.
    Legal500 EMEA 2019