Guy Vermeil, American lawyer, specializing in the field of Banking Law, Finance, Mergers and Acquisitions, Commercial Law, Contracts. Member of Lenz & Staehelin.
Vermeil, Guy was born on June 2, 1961 in Zurich, Switzerland.
University of Geneva (Licence en droit, 1984). Duke University School of Law, Durham, North Carolina (Master of Laws, 1989). Spoken languages: French, English and German.
Worked at Lenz & Staehelin (Geneva) specializing in Swiss and International Taxation, Banking and Finance Law, Capital Market Transactions, Share Issues and Listing, International Commercial Arbitration, Commercial and Contract Law, Company Law, Mergers and Acquisitions, Corporate Finance, Competition Law, Residence and Work Permits, Purchase of Swiss Real Estate, Product Liability, Civil, Criminal and Administrative Litigation, Debt and Bankruptcy Law, International Legal Assistance, Estate Planning, Trusts, Charitable Foundations, Private International Law, Unfair Competition, Copyright, Patent and Trademark Law, Environmental Law, European Law. Admitted to the bar, 1988, Geneva. 1990, New York (USA).
Lenz & Staehelin is the result of the merger on January 1, 1991 of the Geneva law firm Lenz, Schluep, Briner & De Coulon established in 1951 by Raoul Lenz and of the Zurich law firm Staehelin, Hafter, Jagmetti, Lutz & Partners which was founded in 1917 by Conrad Staehelin.