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Christoph Stäubli

Christoph Stäubli

Counsel

Walder Wyss Ltd.
Switzerland

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Christoph Stäubli is counsel in the Corporate & Commercial Team of Walder Wyss. He advises privately held or listed national and international companies regarding their establishment, expansion or restructuring projects as well as to their acquisitions and divestments. His practice includes corporate, corporate finance and restructuring work as well as insolvency with special emphasis on cross-border aspects. He has also longstanding experience in international contracts and in coaching of transactional legal teams.

Christoph Stäubli was educated at the Universities of Berne, St. Gallen and Zurich (lic. oec. HSG, lic. iur.) and at the Georgetown University Law Center (M.C.L.). He has prior working experience as referee for composition proceedings at the District Court of Zurich and as foreign associate in a New York law firm. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the International Insolvency Institute, Toronto/Canada and a member of the Board of the Chapter Doing Business in Switzerland of the Swiss American Chamber of Commerce.

Christoph Stäubli speaks German, English and French. He is registered with the Zurich Bar Registry and admitted to practice in all Switzerland.
Areas of Practice
Professional Career

Professional Associations

    International Insolvency Institute
Articles


Trading in distressed debt in Swiss insolvency proceedings: restriction of information appropriate?
co-authored by Dominik Hohler and Christoph Stäubli
in: "Business Restructuring & Insolvency 2017" Third Edition 2017, pp. 101-103


Kommentar zu Art. 736–747, Art. 821–826 und Art. 911–913 des Schweizerischen Obligationenrechts
by Christoph Stäubli
in: Honsell/Vogt/Watter (Editor[s]), "Basler Kommentar zum Obligationenrecht II"
5. Auflage, Basel 2016, pp. 1576–1610; 2046–2064; 2315–2321


Swiss cross-border insolvency; quo vadis?
by Michael Cartier
co-authored by Christoph Stäubli
in: "Business Restructuring & Insolvency Report 2016" 8 April 2016, pp. 67–69


Chapter Switzerland, Insolvency & Restructuring
by Christoph Stäubli
in: B. Leonard (Editor[s]), "Getting the Deal Through"
London 2016, pp. 374–386 (and previous annual editions)


Newsletter 103: Amendments to Subordination Agreements
by Christoph Stäubli and Michael Hefti
April 2012


Restructuring in Switzerland: Some fragments IV (What can a foreign receiver do?)
by Christoph Stäubli
in: "Euromoney Yearbooks 2010/2011: Global Insolvency & Restructuring Review"
Colchester 2011


Kommentar SchKG (BSK) zu Art. 213–218 (Verrechnung; mehrere Verpflichtete)
co-authored by Christoph Stäubli
in: Staehelin/Bauer/Staehelin (Editor[s]), "Basler Kommentar zum Bundesgesetz über Schuldbetreibung und Konkurs, SchKG II"
2. Auflage, Basel 2010, pp. 1873–1907


Restructuring in Switzerland: Some fragments III
by Christoph Stäubli
in: "Euromoney Yearbooks 2009/2010: Global Insolvency & Restructuring Review"
Colchester 2010


Restructuring in Switzerland: Some fragments II (DCBA remains in place, legislative efforts...)
by Christoph Stäubli
in: "Euromoney Yearbooks 2008/2009: Global Insolvency & Restructuring Review"
Colchester 2009


Restructuring in Switzerland: Some fragments I (Caveat: group support...)
by Christoph Stäubli
in: "Euromoney Yearbooks 2007/2008: Global Insolvency & Restructuring Review"
Colchester 2008


Group Support under Swiss Law – a discussion of legal aspects regarding cash pooling
by Christoph Stäubli
in: "International Insolvency Institute" June 2005


Kommentar zu Art. 738 FusG
by Christoph Stäubli
in: "Kommentar zum Fusionsgesetz"
Basel/Geneva/Munich 2005


Capital protection options for stressed companies
by Christoph Stäubli
in: "IFLR" March 2004


Practitioner's Guide to Cross-Border Insolvencies
by Christoph Stäubli
Dobbs Ferry, NY 2003


Aktuelle Fragen des Schuldbetreibungs- und Konkursrechts nach dem revidierten Recht – Gerichtliche Sanierungsinstrumente
co-authored by Christoph Stäubli
in: "Zeitschrift für Schweizerisches Recht (ZSR)" 115/1996


Crossborder Aircraft Leasing, Swiss contribution
by Christoph Stäubli


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