Is surveillance of insured parties lawful? In case of doubt regarding eligibility for benefits, insurers in Switzerland (particularly accident and disability insurers) have a long record of hiring investigators to conduct surveillance in order to prevent abuse and to adjust or reclaim benefits if the doubt proves founded.
A practical cross-border insight into franchise law
Shareholders’ agreements for closely held companies under Swiss law. Swiss company articles and organisational regulations do not legally bind shareholders to do more for a company beyond paying their share subscription price and notifying the company about shareholdings, related beneficial owners and direct or indirect share transfers
The international Comparative legal guide to Franchise 2019. A practical cross-border insight into franchise law.
Interview with Dr. Markus Dörig about Thought Leadership
Switzerland represents a highly competitive and innovative business environment. Swiss corporate law provides a flexible and a wide range of options in designing business entities.
New Federal Court decision on business judgement rule. A recent Swiss Federal Court decision clarified the circumstances under which the personal liability of board members or managers of a Swiss company for their business decisions and omissions can be reduced by applying the so-called ‘business judgement’ rule or, if the related prerequisites are not met in a particular case, based on other grounds.
Speaking to Dr Jeanette Wibmel we learn how ICTaond tech companies
can get their agreement contracts right, ín order to avoid problems in the
Office actions in Switzerland: Pitfalls and chances for owners of international trademarks and of prior
Swiss trademark rights. Jeannette Wibmer, Attorney-at-Law and Partner of Badertscher Attorneys, Zurich and Zug, discusses the most important pitfalls and chances for owners of international trademarks
and owners of prior Swiss trademark rights in Swiss office actions.
The purpose of this book is to analyze the tax treatment of Collective Investment Schemes (CISs) and trusts from a Swiss and international tax law perspectives from a theoretical and practical approach, focusing on case studies.