Simon Oeschger is a partner at Suffert Neuenschwander & Partner and advises national and international technology, internet and e-Commerce firms, manufacturers, public authorities and state-owned enterprises. He counsels and litigates before courts and administrative authorities principally in the areas of IT/technology and data privacy law, contract law (in particular licensing and distribution contracts), public procurement law and corporate law.

He is the founder and managing director of a cultural management and events agency and has extensive experience with live entertainment and events, advising and acting as an agent for artists and event and sport sponsorships.

Mr Oeschger is the firm’s contact individual for entrepreneurs, and he advises start-up firms throughout their formation and growth phases, assisting with financing and contract law and intellectual property issues.

  • Practice areas
  • IT and telecommunications law (digitalisation, outsourcing, blockchain- and cloud projects)
  • International and Swiss company and contract law
  • Public procurement law
  • Intellectual property and competition law (trademarks, copyright and unfair competition)
  • Data privacy law
  • Labour law
  • Advising start-ups and entrepreneurs
  • Event, sports and sponsorship law
  • Litigation and enforcement law

German
English
French

2018 MAS MTEC ETH, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich
(ETH) (MTEC: Management, Technology and Economics)
Master Thesis: “Tokenization of IT-services. Understanding utility
tokens and their implementation in the blockchain technology:
The case of a Swiss cloud service provider.” grade: 6 (hightest)
2012 Attorney-at-law and notary public of the Canton of Zug
2009 University of San Francisco, ESL
2007 University of Zurich (lic. iur.)
since 2013 Attorney-at-law at SNPlegal, partner since 2019
2010 – 2011 Trainee at a corporate law firm with offices in Zurich and Zug
2007 – 2008 Project manager and assistant to the City of Zurich’s lead project
manager for UEFA EURO 2008
since 2001 Managing Director of a cultural and public event management
agency (organized in 2005 as a GmbH limited liability
company)