Antonia Mottironi is a Swiss international civil, business crime and tax litigator, and a counsel at Monfrini Bitton Klein, Geneva. She was admitted to the Geneva and Swiss Bar in 2013, after graduating in law and economics.
She focuses on civil and criminal litigation, especially in the area of international business crime, international judicial assistance, enforcement of foreign arbitral awards and judgements, and cross-border insolvency.
Over the past years, she has handled a great number of international asset recovery cases which included the laying of civil and criminal attachments and the enforcement of foreign judgements. She also assisted clients in preparing and co-ordinating multijurisdictional disputes, in particular in common law jurisdictions.).
In her asset recovery practice, she has developed a strong experience in cross-border insolvency cases involving foreign bankrupt banks and fraud schemes (Ponzi schemes, VAT carousels). She has been involved over the past years in one of the largest art law disputes of the last decade between a Russian oligarch and his Swiss art dealer.
Antonia Mottironi has published on tracing and recovery of assets as well as on cross-border insolvency. She regularly speaks at international conferences on these matters.
She is actively involved in the International Association of Young Lawyers AIJA and in the Swiss Chapter of the Women’s White-Collar Defence Association WWCDA.