L. Mattias Johnson, LL.M.
Partner/Notary Public, Zug
T +41 58 552 06 00
Mattias Johnson is the managing partner of the Zug office. In addition to being a civil law notary in the Canton of Zug with many years of experience, Mattias Johnson deals principally with questions of transactional and corporate law, often in a cross-border context.
Besides his notarial work, he advises companies on the structural aspects of their internal organisation, supports international firms in general commercial law matters, and advises them on immigration and employment law issues.
Mattias Johnson joined our firm in 2001 and became a partner in 2010.
Rankings & Awards
- Mattias Johnson is featured as a key lawyer in The Legal 500 EMEA, Commercial, Corporate & M&A, 2022
- “Competent, professional, smart and reliable” – IFLR1000, 2020
- “Mattias Johnson is always reachable and a very good and reliable source of advice in company law matters, M&A as well as corporate finance matters and also very good to just discuss your business with” – Legal 500 EMEA, Corporate, Commercial, M&A, 2020
Education & Admission
- Admitted to the Bar in Switzerland (2003)
- King’s College London, LL.M.
- University Fribourg, lic.iur.
Memberships and public offices
- Swiss Bar Association (SAV)
- Zug Bar Association
- International Bar Association (IBA)
- Deutsch-Nordische Juristenvereinigung (DNJV)
- Swedish-Swiss Chamber of Commerce (SSCC)
Find all publications by L. Mattias Johnson on our website mll-legal.com.
Mattias Johnson is featured as a key lawyer in The Legal 500 EMEA, Commercial, Corporate & M&A, 2022
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