Yannik Hässig’s practice focuses on international and domestic corporate and commercial litigation and arbitration, including attachment, enforcement and international legal assistance proceedings. He also regularly advises clients in sports litigation and arbitration proceedings before the Court of Arbitration for Sport, state courts up to the Swiss Federal Supreme Court and the European Court of Human Rights.
Furthermore, he regularly advises and represents clients in national and cross-border insolvency and restructuring proceedings. This particularly includes insolvency-related litigation and the filing of claims in insolvency proceedings. In addition, he is experienced in advising foreign insolvency administrators on the recognition of foreign insolvency decisions in Switzerland and the collection of assets in Switzerland.
Before he joined MLL Legal as an associate in 2018, he worked as a junior associate with a business law firm in Zurich and at a district court in the canton of Zurich.
Rankings & Awards
Education & Admission
- Admitted to the Bar (2018)
- University of Lucerne, MLaw
Memberships and public offices
- Swiss Bar Association
- Zurich Bar Association
- Swiss Association for Debt Enforcement and Insolvency Law
Litigation Circle | Freitag, 3. Dezember 2021 | abgesagt
Sabina Schellenberg and Yannik Hässig speaker at the Bodensee-Forum on 3 July 2019
Sabina Schellenberg und Yannik Hässig als Referenten am Bodensee-Forum | 4 Juli 2019
Sabina Schellenberg et Yannik Hässig conférenciers au Bodensee-Forum le 3 juillet 2019
The New Swiss International Insolvency Law – How Does It Affect Foreign Insolvency Practitioners?
On 1 January 2019, the revised Section of the Swiss Private International Law Act (PILA) regarding cross-border insolvencies entered into force. The revision became necessary as the previous regulation was criticised in particular for its protectionist elements, which also were a recurring topic in discussions with foreign colleagues and insolvency practitioners. Particularly compared to other European countries, Switzerland had apparent modernisation potential.More