Cornelia Mattig, LL.M.
Cornelia Mattig, LL.M.

Cornelia Mattig, LL.M.

Associate, Zurich

Schiffbaustrasse 2 | Postfach | CH-8031 Zurich | Switzerland
Schiffbaustrasse 2 | Postfach | CH-8031 Zurich | Switzerland
T +41 58 552 08 00
cornelia.mattig@mll-legal.com

Profile

Cornelia Mattig advises companies ranging from start-ups to investors as well as established players and other parties on corporate and commercial matters. She focuses on legal aspects of data protection, intellectual property, and energy as well as on contract law issues. She has in-depth knowledge of legal matters relating to technology.

Before joining MLL in 2018, Cornelia Mattig trained with firms in Ireland, Germany and Switzerland as well as at the District Court of March in the Canton of Schwyz. After she passed the Bar exam in the Canton of Schwyz, she worked as a notary public and lawyer in an accounting and auditing firm.




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Rankings & Awards

Legal 500 Rising Star 2022Legal 500 Rising Star 2021Legal 500 Rising Star 2020
  • Cornelia Mattig has been recognised as a “Rising Star” in The Legal 500 EMEA 2022, Data Privacy and Data Protection
  • “Cornelia Mattig is experienced in dispute resolution in competition and technology law with a practical approach and good communication.” – Legal 500 EMEA, TMT, 2022
  • The Legal 500 has recognized Cornelia Mattig as “Rising Star” in their 2021 rankings in Data Privacy and Data Protection
  • “Cornelia Mattig is a pleasure to work with. She quickly recognizes the fundamental issues in any situation and provides comprehensive and practical solutions. Cornelia has excellent communication skills and is extremely customer focused and approachable. Her composed and structured approach is both evident and appreciated in demanding and complex situations” – Legal 500 EMEA, Data Privacy and Data Protection, 2021
  • “Cornelia Mattig and I share a passion for sustainability and for having a positive impact in our respective professional activities. Her knowledge of digital technology, blockchain, data privacy and her wise advice have been highly helpful for the development of my businesses. I have appreciated the work dynamics as well as the interesting points raised by both Cornelia Mattig and Nicola Benz” – Legal 500 EMEA, Data Privacy and Data Protection, 2021
  • The Legal 500 has recognized Cornelia Mattig as “Rising Star” in their 2020 rankings in Data Privacy and Data Protection

Education & Admission

  • University of Maastricht, ECPC Diploma on Privacy Management
  • University of Maastricht, ECPC-B DPO Certificate
  • Admitted to the Bar in Switzerland (2018)
  • Queen Mary University of London, LL.M.
  • Universität Zürich, MLaw

Memberships and public offices

  • International Technology Law Association (ITechLaw)
  • Schweizerischer Anwaltsverband (SAV)
  • Zürcher Anwaltsverband (ZAV)

Languages

  • German
  • English
  • French

“Cornelia Mattig and I share a passion for sustainability and for having a positive impact in our respective professional activities. Her knowledge of digital technology, blockchain, data privacy and her wise advice have been highly helpful for the development of my businesses. I have appreciated the work dynamics as well as the interesting points raised by both Cornelia Mattig and Nicola Benz”

Legal 500 EMEA, Data Privacy and Data Protection, 2021
More by Cornelia Mattig

Publications

THE EU AIA – A Green Paper Policy Analysis

International Technology Law Association (ITECHLAW), 27 May 2022
  • EN
  • Cornelia Mattig
  • John Buyers
  • Patricia Shaw
  • Susan Barty
  • Christian Frank
  • Alexander Tribess
  • Sonja Dürager
  • Richard Austin
  • Phil Catania
  • Carmen De La Cruz
  • Steven De Schrijver
  • Marco Galli
  • Licia Garotti
  • Jason Haas
  • Sheena Jacob
  • Louis Jonker
  • Kit Lee
  • Stuart Meyer
  • Charles Morgan
  • Nikhil Narendran
  • Salvatore Orlando
  • Ana Pavlović
  • Michael Peeters
  • Julian Potter
  • Alesch Staehelin
  • Per-Kaare Svendsen
  • Padraig Walsh
  • Thomas de Weerd
  • Anthony Wong
  • Nicole Beranek Zanon

iTechLaw 2021 Update to Responsible AI: A Global Policy Framework, and Responsible AI Assessment (RAIIA), Chapter on Open Data (Principle 6)

  • EN

Trends im Technologie-Recht, Tages-Anzeiger Supplement Rechtsguide 2020, p. 10

  • DE

Achtung, wir haben eine Datenpanne! Was nun?, EXPERT FOCUS (2019/6-7)

  • DE