History

1851
Heinrich Fick, Lord Mayor of Marburg, is appointed Professor of Roman Law and Commercial Law at the University of Zurich and opens his own law firm there
1875
Professor Fick compiles a draft bill on the Swiss Law of Obligations, which is submitted to Parliament. The new law comes into force on 1 January 1883
1884
Professor Fick is appointed Dean of the University of Zurich
1897
Fritz Fick, son of Professor Fick, takes over the firm
1913
K. Schweizer, joins the firm as a partner
1915
Publication by Fritz Fick of the first Swiss Commentary on the Law of Obligations
1917
Fritz Fick is appointed President of the Zurich Bar Association ("VZR")
1924
Wilhelm Frick joins the firm, then known as "Fick, Schweizer & Frick"
1933
Oskar Hoffmann joins the firm as a partner
1945
Peter Prager joins the firm as a partner
1962
Willy N. Frick, son of Wilhelm Frick, joins the firm as a partner
1968
Raoul E. Widmer joins the firm as a a partner
1971
After several years as a legal counsel to Bank Leu and Nestlé, Christoph Jezler opens a law firm of his own in Zurich
1977
Dr. Vuille is joining forces under the firm Dres. Vuille & Jezle
1981
Dieter W. Neupert joins the firm as a partner, the firm being known as "Hoffmann, Frick, Widmer & Partners" at that time
1983
Alexander Faber, former ICRC delegate and legal counsel to Motor Columbus, opens a law firm in Zurich
1989
The law firm Dres. Frick, Widmer, Neupert starts a close cooperation with the firm Dres. Vuille & Jezler
1992
Martin Dünner, a former legal counsel to Intershop Holding and Doviag group, joins the business law firm in Zurich as a partner
2000
The firm is restructured under the name "NEUPERT & PARTNER"
2011
Merger with the law firm Vuille & Partner and announcing the new firm NEUPERT VUILLE PARTNERS