Peter Krepper

Certified Mediator SDM/SAV, Attorney at law Phone +41 43 344 32 64 krepper@bellevue-mediation.ch

Preferred areas of activity

  • Business mediation (also small and mid cap) and mediation for contract partners
  • Workplace & partnerships mediation (also non-government agencies)
  • Real estate and construction, neighborhoods
  • Inheritance mediation

Education/Training

  • Solution Focused Mediation (Institut Perspektiva Basel, according to Marco Ronzani et al.)
  • Clarification assistance according to Chr. Thomann at A. Kunzmann & S. Mouret (Komet)
  • Continuing education in coaching, team and organizational development
  • Post-graduate course in personnel management for NPO VMI Fribourg
  • Post-graduate studies of mediation for business, environment and administration (at university of FHNW)
  • Bar exam
  • Doctorate: “On the Dignity of the (Living) Creature in Gene Technology and Law” University of Bern
  • Law School at the University of Zurich

 

Professional Experience

  • Partner at Krepper Spring Partners
  • Co-founder and member of Bellevue-Mediation, Zurich
  • Partner in a Zurich law firm
  • Legal secretary of the Social Security Court of the Canton of Zurich
  • Associate in a law office for commercial law and at the Zurich District Court

More information (in German): www.krepper.ch

Other Commitments

Memberships

  • Swiss and Zurich Bar Association
  • Swiss Mediation Association SDM
  • Institute for Mediation IfM

 

Publications on mediation

  • Autonomie im Konflikt: Selbstreflexion eines Mediators, Zürich 2022
  • Stolpersteine bei der Unternehmensnachfolge – Mandatserwahrung mit Mediation, TREX 6/2017 338 ff.
  • Mediation: nein danke!? (Perspektive Mediation 04/2017 258 ff., © Verlag Österreich)
  • Anwaltsexamen über Mediation, Anwalts-Revue 3/2013, 107 ff.
  • Mediation in der Praxis: Erfolg dank Eignung, AJP 10/2012, 1427 ff.
  • Unpaid mediators for high-value conflict solutions (AJP 7/2000 S. 803 ff.)
  • Successful conflict solutions with Mediation – an Overview … when a mean neighbor does not want to… (in: Team 72, published by, Mediation, Dec. 2000, S. 4 ff.)
  • Mediative conflict work on the dignity of animals – weighing interests using the example of the Ethics Commission (published by Basel University, appeared in May 2002)