Thomas Roullet

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Altenburger Ltd legal + tax
Rue Rodolphe-Toepffer 11bis, 1206 Geneva
I see the beauty and challenge of my work in combining business creativity and legal structure: my clients bring their vision and ideas, and I take pride in helping them build the foundation beneath.

Thomas Roullet focuses primarily on commercial and corporate law matters. With a particular focus in the field of banking and finance, he regularly advises financial institutions, including asset managers, funds and banks on contractual and regulatory issues. He also practices in the field of general contract and corporate law, where he advises a wide range of companies, including SMEs and start-ups.

Thomas is particularly appreciated by clients and peers for his solution-oriented approach, his dedication to the case and his ever positive mindset.

Career.

  • Since 2017 Associate at Altenburger
  • 2015-2017 Legal trainee at Altenburger
  • 2013-2015 Legal and commercial assistant, Eli Lilly Export S.A., Geneva

Education

  • 2017 Bar admission, Geneva
  • 2015 Certificate of Advanced Studies in Legal Profession, University of Geneva
  • 2015 Master's degree in economic law (MLaw), University of Geneva
  • 2015 Certificate in Transnational Law (CTL), University of Geneva

Bar / Court Admission

At all Swiss courts

Special Engagements

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Endorsements

Private Client

“I appealed to Thomas Roullet in the context of a nationality application for my son because my activity did not allow me to do so. He was a committed and caring professional who accompanied us with precision and rigor. It was a real pleasure to call upon this lawyer.”

Latest Publications

Rent owed in full even during Corona lockdown
Fraudulent transfer orders: the limits of abnormality
Avoiding Bankruptcies as a Result of COVID-19: New Provisions on Bankruptcy Filings and Debt Moratoria
Uncharted Territories in Tenancy Law

Further Publications

Thomas Roullet
has left the firm.