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Walder Wyss Ltd.

Florian Roth

Florian Roth

Associate

Expertise

  • Arbitration
  • Corporate & Commercial
  • Data Protection
  • Energy & Infrastructure

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Walder Wyss Ltd.
Switzerland

Profile
Florian Roth is an associate in the Regulated Markets, Competition, Technology & IP Team. His preferred areas of practice include in particular public and administrative law, public law litigation as well as transactions.

In Legal 500 (2020), clients mention him as “quick, smart and very efficient”.

Florian Roth was educated at the University of Zurich (MLaw) and at Vanderbilt University Law School in Nashville TN (LL.M.). He was a junior associate at at large Swiss law firm, and later served as a manager of a legal tech start-up company. Florian Roth was admitted to the bar in 2018.

Florian Roth's professional languages are German and English. He also speaks Italian and French. He is registered with the Zurich Bar Registry and admitted to practice in the whole of Switzerland.
Areas of Practice

Arbitration | Corporate & Commercial | Data Protection | Energy & Infrastructure | Information Technology & Telecommunications | Intellectual Property & Technology Transfer | Media & Communications | Outsourcing | Public Procurement | Public Sector | Real Estate | Real Estate & Construction

Professional Career

Significant Accomplishments


Neuer Handkommentar zum Schweizerischen Beschaffungsrecht

Neues Handbuch: Lebensmittel- und Gebrauchsgegenständerecht


Articles

Federal Council Considers Introduction of Cyber Incident Reporting Duty
, December 2019

While many countries have introduced far-reaching obligations to report cyber incidents, Switzerland has not yet followed this lead. However, on 13 December 2019 the Federal Council adopted a report which considers key issues with regard to the introduction of a general reporting obligation for operators of critical infrastructure. The report also discusses possible implementation models. A decision is expected by the end of 2020...

Federal Council Considers Introduction of Cyber Incident Reporting Duty
Walder Wyss Ltd., December 2019

While many countries have introduced far-reaching obligations to report cyber incidents, Switzerland has not yet followed this lead. However, on 13 December 2019 the Federal Council adopted a report which considers key issues with regard to the introduction of a general reporting obligation for operators of critical infrastructure. The report also discusses possible implementation models. A decision is expected by the end of 2020...

Additional Articles


Public Procurement & Government Contracts 2021: Switzerland - Trends and Developments
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Öffentliche Auftragsvergabe und Regierungsaufträge 2021: Trends und Entwicklungen
Prozessuale Besonderheiten der Strafnormen zum revidierten Lebensmittelgesetz vom 1.1.2017 (LMG) gegenüber dem Kernstrafrecht
Handkommentar zum Schweizerischen Beschaffungsrecht
Public Procurement & Government Contracts 2020: Trends and Developments
Corona Pandemie: Force Majeure und Staatshaftung auf dem Prüfstand
Zur Nichtigkeit von Kündigungsverfügungen im Personalrecht
Strafbestimmungen und Rechtsschutz
What Switzerland should consider when tracking cyber incidents
Bundesrat denkt über Einführung einer Meldepflicht für Cyberangriffe nach
Die Umsetzung der Zweitwohnungsinitiative als Lehrstück der Verfassungsauslegung
Die Umsetzung von Art. 75b und Art. 197 Ziff. 9 BV als Lehrstück der Verfassungsauslegung


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