James F. Reardon’s practice focuses on complex international litigation and arbitration, as well as on a variety of regulatory matters, in particular in the fields of competition law and banking and finance.
Both civil and common law trained, he holds a Doctor of Laws in competition law. A former Special Assistant to the President of the Swiss Competition Commission, James F. Reardon then worked as associate in a global law firm based in Washington D.C., mostly in litigation and arbitration. He focused his work notably on a variety of internal investigations, anti-corruption compliance and competition matters, including competition law compliance and private litigation.
James F. Reardon regularly publishes in his fields of work, particularly in competition, complex litigation and anti-corruption. He also speaks and gives lectures in these areas; as of 2020, he teaches anti-corruption and anti-money laundering as lecturer at the Institute for International Business Law of the Faculty of Law at the University of Fribourg (LL.M. program).
He joined our firm in 2018.