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Prager Dreifuss
Daniel Hayek diskutiert mit anderen Panelisten von renommierten Anwaltskanzleien Herausforderungen, rechtliche Entwicklungen, Cross-Border Probleme...
Prager Dreifuss
For what is arguably the financial capital of the world, Switzerland is renowned for its jurisdiction's financial benefits, but this doesn't mean businesses encounter less risk.
Froriep
Licences – whether relating to technologies, trademarks, images, audiovisual materials or software – are increasingly important corporate assets.
Bar & Karrer
Insolvency proceedings in Switzerland are mainly governed by the Swiss Debt Enforcement and Bankruptcy Law (SDEBA), which governs not only insolvency proceedings, but also the general enforcement of monetary claims in Switzerland.
Bar & Karrer
After a stable growth of 2 per cent in GDP in 2014, the economic outlook for Switzerland has deteriorated following the decision of the Swiss National Bank on 15 January 2015 to abolish the minimum exchange rate of 1.20 Swiss francs per euro.
Froriep
The Federal Supreme Court recently rendered an important new decision in the SAirGroup and SAirLines. proceedings (for further details please see "SAirGroup's debt restructuring liquidation leads to new decision").
Froriep
Swissair, the former Swiss national air carrier group, is now more infamous for its long lasting insolvency proceedings.
Froriep
Swiss debt collection and insolvency are liberal when it comes to initiating proceedings. This leads to potential (and actual) abuse of law, both from the alleged creditors and the debtor.
Prager Dreifuss
Daniel Hayek, Christina Meyer and Chantal Joris of Prager Dreifuss examine the revised Swiss insolvency law and its implications for debtors and creditors.
Schellenberg Wittmer
According to the most recent data published by the State Secretariat for Economic Affairs, the real gross domestic product for Switzerland grew in the first quarter of 2012 by 0.7 per cent.
Schellenberg Wittmer
The economic and banking crisis of 2008 demonstrated that the existing system only partially achieved this objective.
Froriep
The insolvency of Petroplus has increased the few debt moratorium cases by one and reminded us of its importance.
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Froriep
Licences – whether relating to technologies, trademarks, images, audiovisual materials or software – are increasingly important corporate assets.
Bar & Karrer
After a stable growth of 2 per cent in GDP in 2014, the economic outlook for Switzerland has deteriorated following the decision of the Swiss National Bank on 15 January 2015 to abolish the minimum exchange rate of 1.20 Swiss francs per euro.
Prager Dreifuss
Daniel Hayek diskutiert mit anderen Panelisten von renommierten Anwaltskanzleien Herausforderungen, rechtliche Entwicklungen, Cross-Border Probleme...
Bar & Karrer
Insolvency proceedings in Switzerland are mainly governed by the Swiss Debt Enforcement and Bankruptcy Law (SDEBA), which governs not only insolvency proceedings, but also the general enforcement of monetary claims in Switzerland.
Prager Dreifuss
For what is arguably the financial capital of the world, Switzerland is renowned for its jurisdiction's financial benefits, but this doesn't mean businesses encounter less risk.
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