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Created in 1936, Frôté & Partner SA law firm has from the outset acquired some importance in Bienne because of its activity in all areas of law, its bilingualism, its field of activity in the cantons of Bern, Neuchâtel and Solothurn and a rapidly developing network of contacts.

Composed today of an around thirty people team including about twenty lawyers (attorneys, notaries, tax expert), Frôté & Partner SA operates at local, regional and international level.

Frôté & Partner SA has grown in particular through the opening of new offices, in addition to its office in Bienne, in Neuchâtel in 2000 and then in Solothurn in 2009. Moreover, it was one of the first law firm in Switzerland, in 2008, to be constituted as a company limited by shares. It has also been able to create a solid network of relations, particularly in domains such as intellectual property or business economics and more particularly in the areas of administrative services with the company F&P Services SA and financial management with the company Schoeb Frôté SA.

The size of the law firm, its multilingualism as well as its network of partners and relations allow it a great flexibility in the treatment of mandates.

Rigorous in terms of ethics, Frôté & Partner SA values the fact of being independent of any economic, political or social group. This independence, as well as the absolute discretion associated with professional secrecy, represent decisive advantages.

Lawyers & Notaries

Frôté François

Frôté & Partner SA
Tél. +41 32 722 17 00
Fax +41 32 722 17 07

Having obtained his licence to practise as a Bern Attorney-at-Law in November 1979, Mr. François Frôté joined Frôté & Partner SA. After having practised at the bar for several years, Mr. François Frôté little by little developed an activity as counsellor and assumed various company directorships.

  • Licensed to practise as Attorney-at-Law in the Canton of Bern.
  • 1993-2005 Vice-Chairman of the BCBE
  • Since 2002 has served as Chairman of the Tornos Group
  • French
  • German