Erika Hasler has participated in numerous international arbitration proceedings under various sets of rules, including the ICC, UNCITRAL and Swiss Rules, the rules of the Milan Chamber of Arbitration and the CAS Code.
Erika’s experience includes disputes relating to the fashion, watch-making, tourism, oil and gas and aeronautics industries, as well as disciplinary matters in equestrian sports, boxing and cycling.
Prior to joining Lévy Kaufmann-Kohler, she worked for several years in the international arbitration team at a leading Swiss law firm in Geneva and in the commercial property department of a top-tier regional firm in Cambridge, UK.
Erika heads the firm’s knowledge management team.
in: F. Bohnet (Ed.) Le droit pour le praticien 2015/2016 - Législation, doctrine, jurisprudence, Basel 2017, pp. 371-388
The Basketball Arbitral Tribunal – An Overview of Its Process and Decisions
in: A. Duval/A. Rigozzi (Eds), Yearbook of International Sports Arbitration 2015, pp. 111-152Download (pdf)
Sports Arbitration under the CAS Rules
in: M. Arroyo (Ed.), Arbitration in Switzerland – the Practitioner's Guide, 2013, Chapter 5, Arts R37 + R47 to R70 CAS Code, pp. 936-947 and 982-1083Download (pdf)