Philippe Reich is the head of Baker & McKenzie's Antitrust and Trade Law Practice Group in Switzerland and a member of the European Competition Law and transactional practice groups. He is a member of the EMEA Steering Committee of the International Trade and Commerce Practice Group and of the Global Steering Committee for the Firm's India Practice. He is also the Chairman of the Swiss Indian Chamber of Commerce and forms the Indian Desk in Switzerland. Mr. Reich regularly publishes articles on Swiss antitrust and trade laws and the Swiss-EU as well as Swiss-Indian bilateral relations.
Boris Wenger is a partner in Baker McKenzie's Zurich office, where he advises on competition law, public procurement, healthcare, export control, customs and energy law matters. Chambers Europe and Legal 500 have ranked Mr. Wenger as a leader in the field of competition and antitrust for many years.
Roger Thomi is an associate in the Antitrust & Competition Practice Group in Zurich. He joined Baker & McKenzie in 2011 as a trainee. After his bar admission in Switzerland in 2013, he rejoined Baker & McKenzie as an associate. Mr. Thomi advises domestic and international clients on all aspects of antitrust and competition issues as well as commercial and corporate law matters, including mergers, acquisitions and private equity transactions. He focuses on national and international merger control, cartel investigations, distribution systems, restrictive practices and abuse of dominance. Mr. Thomi also represents parties before competition authorities and courts. He assists in drafting all kinds of commercial and transactional agreements, including distribution and franchising agreements, joint venture agreements and share purchase agreements.