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Claude Ramoni
PhD in Law
attorney-at-law
partner
 

ramoni@libra-law.ch

 
Claude Ramoni

EDUCATION
Law Degree: University of Lausanne, Switzerland (1998)
 University of Bâle, Switzerland (1996-1997)
Doctorate  in law: University of Lausanne, Switzerland (2002)
 Thesis: « Default of Obligor under Swiss Law of Contracts »
 Bippert Award in 2003 and Prof. Walther Hug Award in 2004
 
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Bar practice
Training:  Firm Carrard Paschoud Heim & Ass. Lausanne, Switzerland (2002 – 2004)
Associate:  Firm Carrard & Ass. (2004-2009)
Partner: Firm Libra Law Ibarrola & Ramoni Law Firm (as of 2009)

Academic activities
Invited lecturer at several Masters’ Programmes and Conferences, such as IDHEAP on the topic “Agreements in Sport” or AISTS on the topics “Legal Entities in the World of Sport”, “Sport Accidents and Civil Liability” or “The proof of doping – case studies”

Research and Teaching Assistant for the Centre for Business Law for the University of Lausanne (CEDIDAC) (1998-2001)
Main areas of practice: Intellectual Property and Contract Law

LANGUAGES
French and English: fluently written and spoken
German: excellent knowledge

FELLOWSHIP
Lausanne Bar (OAV)
Swiss Bar Association (FSA)
Lausanne Young Bar Association (JBVD)
Swiss Arbitration Association (ASA)
Swiss Association of Sport Law (ASDS)

PUBLICATIONS
« Demeure du débiteur et contrats de droit suisse », thesis, Lausanne, Zurich 2002

« Les nouveaux fors fédéraux et les nouvelles organisations judiciaires (Claude Ramoni, editor) », CEDIDAC publication Nr 44, Lausanne 2001

« Maltese doping cases », The International Sports Law Journal n°2010/3-4, p. 178

Doping : Applicable Regulations, in : CAS and Football Landmark Cases (Alexander Wild, éd.), The Hague 2012, p. 143
Article also published under the title Maltese Doping Cases, in : The International Sports Law Journal 2010/3-4, p. 178

Doping : CAS Jurisdiction, in : CAS and Football Landmark Cases (Alexander Wild, éd.), The Hague 2012, p. 155