Pierre-Yves Marro joined LALIVE in 2020. He specializes in complex domestic and multi-jurisdictional proceedings and investigations, including fraud and white-collar crime, asset recovery, international mutual assistance, and international sanctions. Further, he has broad experience in public international law, including, with respect to international organizations, immunities, and privileges.
Before joining LALIVE, Pierre-Yves Marro worked as a trainee lawyer, associate, and senior associate at Homburger in Zurich (2010-2011, 2013-2016, 2017-2020). In addition, he was a foreign associate at Paul, Weiss in New York (2016-2017).
Pierre-Yves Marro graduated from Zurich University School of Law (lic. iur., 2007), from which he also obtained a Ph.D. (Dr. iur., 2009, awarded with the Prix Paul Guggenheim and the Professor Walther Hug Prize). In addition, he holds an LL.M. in international legal studies from NYU School of Law (2010). In 2020, he completed a habilitation in public international law and European law at Zurich University, where he serves as a lecturer. His research and publications focus on public international and European law as well as on procedural law.
Pierre-Yves Marro is a member of the Zurich Bar Association (ZAV) and the Swiss Bar Association (SAV).