· Dr. oec. Walter Müllhaupt concluded his studies at the University of St. Gallen with the master degree in 1970 and with the Ph.D. in economics in 1974. Also in 1974 he passed the bar exam in St. Gallen. After further studies at the Boalt Hall School of Law, University of California, Berkeley, he obtained the master of laws (LL.M.) in 1975.
· Capital Markets
· Commercial and Business
· His practice focus is on: commercial, company and general contract law, merger and acquisitions, company relocations, banking and capital markets, collective investments, IT-law, foundations and trusts, taxation as well as international private law.
Membership and admissions:
· Dr. oec. Walter Müllhaupt is a member of the Zurich and the Swiss Bar Associations. He is registered in the lawyers' register and admitted as attorney at law to all courts in Switzerland. As financial intermediary, he is also a member of the Self-Regulation Organization of the Swiss Bar Association and the Swiss Notaries Association (Anti-Money Laundering).
- board member of a Swiss based bank;
- board member in various Swiss based companies and foundations;
- Mergers and Acquisition of companies in Switzerland or abroad;
- IT contracts;
- Legal assistance/advice in governmental projects (incl. legislation).
· “Professional Secret an Privilege of the Corporate Auditors, Zurich 1974
The Role of the Public Defendant, Zurich 1974
· Legal Characteristics and Enforceability of Letters of Intent, Zurich 1978
· The Right of Third Parties to appeal in Attachment Procedures, Zurich 1979
International Takeovers according to Swiss Law, Zurich 1980
The Protection of Minority Interests in Corporations, Zurich 1982
· Seeking Swiss Assistance in Enforcing United States Tax Laws in: International Tax & Business Lawyer, Berkeley, 1986, p. 144 et seq.
· International Publicity and its Qualifications according to Swiss Law, in WirtschaftsrechtlicheBlätter, 1988
· Quorum requirements in the shareholders' meeting for the repeated issue of special voting stock, in: SchweizerischeJuristenzeitung 1989, p. 207
Languages: German, English, French and Italian