Certified Barrister Specialist SBA Inheritance Law
LL.M. European and International Economics
As a partner with CBWM & Partners since 2008, David Regamey assists his clients in consulting and planning in the search for negotiated solutions, and in the context of judicial proceedings of all types. His areas of practice are inheritance law and commercial law broadly defined, including corporate law and contract law. His practice also extends to the activities of Family Office and settlement of foreigners in the canton of Vaud, as well as issues related to European law and private international law, particularly in connection with Italy.
Schooled in Classics, Mr. Regamey has studied law in both French and German at the universities of Fribourg, Heidelberg and Lausanne. Before becoming an attorney-at-law, he worked with the diplomatic section of the Swiss Embassy in Dublin and in a law firm in Italy.
A member of the Bar of Vaud, the Swiss Bar Association and the Young Bar of Vaud, Mr. Regamey works in French and Italian, as well as English and German.
- Since 2008 – Partner at CBWM & Partners
- 2005 to 2007 – Legal internship with Guy Mustaki, CBWM
- 2004 – Internship in an Italian law firm
- 2003 – Internship at the diplomatic section of the Swiss Embassy in Dublin
- 2012 – C.A.S. Inheritance Law
- 2007 – Attorney
- 2004 – University of Lausanne : postgraduate diploma in European Law and International Economics (LL.M.)
- 2003 – University of Fribourg : Master of Law with the terms “bilingual French / German” and “European law”
- 1999 to 2000 – University of Heidelberg / Germany : one year in the framework of the European Erasmus exchange
- 1997 – Gymnase de la Cité, Lausanne : A-Level Latin/Greek
- Inheritance law
- Contract law
- Commercial and corporate law
- Private wealth and family office
Commentaire des articles 509-511 et 513-516 du Code civil suisse sur la révocation des dispositions pour cause de mort et la résiliation des pactes successoraux, in : Pichonnaz/Foëx/Piotet, Commentaire Romand – Code civil II, Bâle 2016