Anissa advises and represents clients in corporate, commercial and employment matters, both in complex state-court litigation as well as domestic and international arbitration proceedings. She has broad experience in representing clients in various industry sectors, including commodities, telecommunication, financial services, and construction. Anissa further represents clients in regulatory proceedings, judicial assistance, and administrative as well as white-collar criminal proceedings.
Before joining 5Gambit Disputes in 2023, Anissa worked in the dispute resolution practice of a leading commercial law firm in Zurich.
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- Acting for a leading Swiss telecommunication services provider on a CHF 90 million claim for outstanding fees against another telecommunication services provider.
- Acting for a major construction company in a CHF 35 million lawsuit related to compensation for additional services against an insurance company.
- Acting for a Swiss commodity trading company in a CHF 1 million lawsuit against an individual alleging a claim based on a promissory letter.
- Acting for an international technology corporation against individuals in criminal proceedings related to commercial trade with used licences.
- Acting for a US-based commodities trading company against a Swiss commodity distributing company in a CHF 8 million appeal against an international arbitral award before the Swiss Federal Tribunal.
- Acting for a state against a mobile services provider in a CHF 1 billion appeal against an international arbitral award before the Swiss Federal Tribunal.
- Acting for real estate agents against a real estate trader in an appeal against an arbitral award before the Swiss Federal Tribunal.
- Acting for a US-based commodity trading company on a CHF 2 million Swiss Rules arbitration claim against a Swiss commodity trading company alleging overcharged commission and delays of the delivered goods.
- Acting for an international real estate investor against a Swiss construction company on a CHF two-digit million Swiss Rules arbitration claim alleging construction defects and delays.
- LL.M., King’s College London
- MLaw, University of Zurich
- BLaw, University of Zurich
- Bachelor of Arts in International Relations, University of Geneva