Adrian Wyss heads Bratschi’s White Collar Crime Practice Group. He has developed a strong practice in complex national and international white collar crime cases, including money laundering, fraud and corruption proceedings. Furthermore, he is considered an expert in international mutual legal assistance in criminal matters. He is also frequently retained to conduct internal investigations in the respective fields. In addition to representing aggrieved private plaintiffs, Adrian Wyss also regularly represents defendants in white collar crime proceedings.
In addition, Adrian Wyss also has profound experience in intellectual property law with a particular affinity for trademark law, branding strategies and unfair competition law. He thereby represents his clients in the respective fields in litigations before Swiss courts and in administrative matters before governmental authorities.
In addition to his work as party representative, Adrian Wyss also sits as an arbitrator and teaches intellectual property law, among others, at the University of St. Gallen (HSG) and at the FHNW University of Applied Sciences. In 2019, Adrian Wyss was elected by the State Parliament as part-time judge of the Commercial Court of the State of Aargau.
Adrian Wyss publishes regularly and appears as a speaker in his areas of expertise.