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One Day Delay In Filing Detailed Claim Statement Possibly Acceptable In International Arbitration
In a decision rendered on March 2, 2017, the Swiss Supreme Court ruled that a sole arbitrator did not violate fundamental procedural principles and/or a party's right to be appropriately heard by . . .
Switzerland
21 Mar 2017
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Extended Participation Rights When Swiss Federal Prosecutors' Take Evidence Abroad
The Swiss Federal Criminal Court in Bellinzona ruled that an accused party may personally participate in cases where the Swiss Federal Attorneys Office takes evidence abroad via the means of international criminal assistance procedures.
Switzerland
13 Mar 2017
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Swiss International Arbitration Rules To Be Updated
Global surveys on the international arbitration scene published in 2015 continue to name Switzerland as one of the leading places for international arbitration along with London, Paris, Singapore and Hong Kong.
Switzerland
10 Feb 2017
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No Obligation For Facebook Switzerland To Disclose User Data In Criminal Proceedings
In a decision rendered on November 16, 2016, the Swiss Federal Supreme Court ruled that Facebook Switzerland cannot be obliged by state prosecutors of the Canton of Vaud to transfer data...
Switzerland
9 Jan 2017
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