Homburger appoints three new partners

Homburger has appointed three new partners as of 1 January 2024 who will reinforce its teams of corporate and M&A. Anna Peter (pictured centre), Margrit Marti (pictured right) and Miguel Sogo (pictured left) are based in Zurich.

Anna Peter is a member of the corporate / M&A practice team. Other than mergers & acquisitions of public and private companies, her focus areas are corporate governance, executive compensation and stock exchange regulation. Peter studied at the University of Zurich and holds an LL.M. from New York University School of Law. She received a doctorate in capital markets law on ad hoc publicity and worked in this context at SIX Exchange Regulation in the corporate disclosure team. At Kirkland & Ellis, New York, she deepened her expertise as a transaction specialist. She regularly publishes and speaks at conferences in her areas of expertise.

Margrit Marti’s practice focuses on mergers & acquisitions, private equity and venture capital. She also advises clients on IPOs and other equity capital markets transactions as well as in matters of corporate law, securities regulation and corporate governance. Marti studied at the University of St.Gallen and has an LL.M. from UC Berkeley School of Law. In addition to practicing law in Zurich, she gained experience in M&A and venture capital transactions at Fenwick & West in Silicon Valley and worked in the legal department of a private equity firm in San Francisco.

Miguel Sogo specializes in domestic and international litigation and insolvency proceedings. He advises and represents clients before state courts with a focus on commercial and corporate disputes, recognition and enforcement of judgments, as well as corporate restructuring and insolvency proceedings. Sogo studied at University of Zurich and received an LL.M. degree from the University of California, Berkeley School of Law. Following his PhD, he habilitated at University of Zurich, where he gives lectures as a professor (Titularprofessor) in civil procedure and debt enforcement law. He is regularly consulted to provide expert opinions on Swiss law.