Tamir Livschitz is a partner in the dispute resolution team of Niederer Kraft & Frey.
His practice covers a wide range of civil litigation with special emphasis on ad hoc and institutional commercial arbitration proceedings. Tamir is particularly well-versed in complex international arbitration disputes, where he has predominantly advised corporate clients from Europe, CIS countries and Asia. Tamir regularly represents clients in sports-related arbitration proceedings before the Court of Arbitration for Sport in Lausanne, Switzerland, and also sits as an arbitrator in ICC proceedings.
Recent practice includes, in particular, cases in the construction, commodity, real estate, sports, finance and pharmaceutical industries. Chambers Global and Chambers Europe both rank Tamir as a leading lawyer for dispute resolution in Switzerland.
Before joining Niederer Kraft & Frey, Tamir practised at one of the leading law firms in Tel Aviv, Israel. Tamir is fluent in six languages and is admitted to practise in Switzerland, Israel and in the state of New York. He has a master’s degree in law from the New York University School of Law as well as an Advanced Professional Certificate in Law and Business from the NYU Leonard N Stern School of Business.