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Enforcement

Enforcement

Swiss Civil Procedure Law in a Nutshell (Volume 11 of 12)

This blog series provides litigators and corporate counsel from other jurisdictions with a practical understanding of the mechanics, advantages, and limits of litigation before State Courts in Switzerland.

Cross-border assignments from a social security and tax perspective

Cross-border assignments from a social security and tax perspective

Cross-border assignment of employees to affiliate companies is a useful and common tool for international groups. However, to avoid unpleasant surprises, it is essential to structure such transfers correctly and to seek legal clarification at an early stage, not only from a Swiss immigration perspective, but also considering social security and taxes.

Sovereign Immunity in Civil Proceedings

Sovereign Immunity in Civil Proceedings

Swiss Civil Procedure Law in a Nutshell (Volume 10 of 12)

This blog series provides litigators and corporate counsel from other jurisdictions with a practical understanding of the mechanics, advantages, and limits of litigation before State Courts in Switzerland.

Federal Council publishes implementing provisions for the new FinTech licence

Federal Council publishes implementing provisions for the new FinTech licence

On 30 November 2018, the Federal Council published the amended Banking Ordinance with the long-awaited implementing provisions for the new FinTech licence. The rules for this new licence will come into force on 1 January 2019.

Schweizer Steuerreform und AHV-Finanzierung (STAF)

Am 17. September 2018 hat das Parlament die Unternehmenssteuerreform (Bundesgesetz über die Steuerreform und die AHV-Finanzierung (STAF)) verabschiedet. Die STAF wird einerseits die kantonalen Steuerprivilegien, wie z.B. Holding- oder gemischte Gesellschaften abschaffen, andererseits aber auch neue Massnahmen zur Erhaltung der Attraktivität des Wirtschaftsstandortes Schweiz einführen. Zusätzlich zu diesen Massnahmen planen die Kantone ihre ordentlichen Ertrags- und Kapitalsteuersätze (gültig für alle Unternehmen) drastisch zu senken. Insgesamt werden diese Entwicklungen für die meisten Unternehmen in der Schweiz zu einer günstigeren Besteuerung führen. Besonders innovative Unternehmen werden gefördert. 

New language requirements for family reunification permits

New language requirements for family reunification permits

As of January 1, 2019, Switzerland will introduce new language requirements for non-EU/EFTA citizens wishing to obtain a residence permit within the framework of family reunification. Family members of residence permit holders or of Swiss nationals need to either prove a cer-tain existing level of proficiency in the language spoken at their new Swiss domicile or enroll in a language course in order to prove their willingness to learn the respective language.

Special Forms of Proceedings

Special Forms of Proceedings

Swiss Civil Procedure Law in a Nutshell (Volume 9 of 12)

This blog series provides litigators and corporate counsel from other jurisdictions with a practical understanding of the mechanics, advantages, and limits of litigation before State Courts in Switzerland.

Appeal Proceedings

Appeal Proceedings

Swiss Civil Procedure Law in a Nutshell (Volume 8 of 12)

This blog series provides litigators and corporate counsel from other jurisdictions with a practical understanding of the mechanics, advantages, and limits of litigation before State Courts in Switzerland.

Evidence and Proof

Evidence and Proof

Swiss Civil Procedure Law in a Nutshell (Volume 7 of 12)

This blog series provides litigators and corporate counsel from other jurisdictions with a practical understanding of the mechanics, advantages, and limits of litigation before State Courts in Switzerland.

Revision of the Swiss arbitration act

Revision of the Swiss arbitration act

The Swiss government has published details of the project to revise the Swiss arbitration act as contained in the Chapter 12 of the Swiss Private International Law Act (PILA).

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