Simone Huser

TIMES Attorneys
Feldeggstrasse 12
8024 Zurich

Simone Huser studied at the universities of Bern (MLaw) and Paris René Descartes (Erasmus). From 2012 to 2014 she worked as a legal intern with the IP boutique Troller Hitz Troller in Bern, the Cantonal Commercial Court of Bern and the Office of the Attorney General of the Canton of Bern. Following her admittance to the bar in 2015, she joined the litigation and arbitration team of an established Zurich based law firm. Furthermore, she worked as a lawyer specialized in copyright and data protection law at the Federal Office of Culture. In 2016 she joined TIMES Attorneys as associate, and became partner of TIMES Attorneys in January 2024.

Simone Huser advises and represents clients in proceedings before authorities, courts and arbitral tribunals, in particular in intellectual property and competition law, namely in trademark, copyright, design and unfair competition law. Her practice includes the worldwide filing of trademarks and designs. Her further areas of specialization cover advertising law, media law, data protection law and art law.

Simone Huser is a member of the Zurich and Swiss bar association, as well as a member of numerous professional associations, including the European Communities Trademark Association (ECTA), where she is a member of the Copyright Committee, the International Trademark Association (INTA), where she is member of the Indigenous Rights Committee, and the Swiss Association for Intellectual Property Law (INGRES).