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Viviane Berger is a junior associate at Bär & Karrer and advises clients on EU and Swiss data protection law as well as real estate matters. In particular, she advises on cross-border data disclosures, employee data protection and data protection due diligences and assists in the drafting of data protection policies and processes.
Viviane Berger holds a master’s degree in law from the University of Basel.
Bär & Karrer is a leading Swiss law firm with more than 170 lawyers in Zurich, Geneva, Lugano, Zug and Basel. Our core business is advising our clients on innovative and complex transactions and representing them in litigation, arbitration and regulatory proceedings. Our clients range from multinational corporations to private individuals in Switzerland and around the world.
Most of our work has an international component. We have broad experience handling cross-border proceedings and transactions. Our extensive network consists of correspondent law firms that are all market leaders in their jurisdictions.
Bär & Karrer has repeatedly been awarded Switzerland Law Firm of the Year by the most important international legal ranking agencies in recent years: Citywealth Magic Circle Awards Law Firm of the Year (2021, 2022); Euromoney LMG Life Science Firm of the Year (2020); Euromoney LMG European Financial & Corporate Firm of the Year (2020); STEP International Legal Team of the Year (2020); IP Global Awards, Swiss IP-Transactions Firm of the Year (2020); 2020, 2019, 2018 and 2017 Trophées du Droit Silver (2017–2020); IFLR Award (2014, 2015, 2019); IFLR Debt and Equity-linked Deal of the Year (2019); Mergermarket European M&A Award (Legal Adviser of the Year) (2014–2016, 2018–2019); IFLR M&A Deal of the Year (2018); Best in Trusts & Estates by Euromoney LMG (2018); Trophées du Droit Gold (2016); Chambers European Awards (2012, 2013, 2016); The Legal 500 (most recommended law firm in Switzerland) (2014–2016); and The Lawyer European Award (2010–2011, 2013–2015).
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