I want to sell my shares or capital contributions- How do I do that?
Becoming a shareholder in a company formation is easy. You sign the memorandum of association and you are a shareholder or associate. But what must be done if you want to sell or buy your shares / capital contributions from a third party? Very often invalid sales occur because the formal requirements have not been correctly complied with. This means that it is not the buyer who becomes the new owner, but the seller continues to own the shares or capital contributions
Employee Surveillance - What is allowed and to what extent?
The limits of permissible surveillance of employees are very narrow. On the one hand, those persons affected must be aware of the surveillance and on the other hand, the employer must not evaluate the information gained arbitrarily. In general, very strict principles are applied.
When does price comparision become unfair?
Price comparisons are a popular means of differentiating oneself from the competition, especially in online advertising. Yet, which competition law restrictions have to be observed? The Federal Supreme Court sets strict criteria. Simon Roth has critically examined the case law on price comparisons in the legal journal sic!.
Legal aspects of a website
The legal framework is often forgotten when creating a website. Too much attention is paid to content, design and layout and therefore the legal aspects are ignored. We believe that there are five points which one has to consider.
Working time recording - Overview of the duties of an SME and start-up company
The Swiss Labour Law (“Arbeitsgesetz” ArG) obliges the employer to keep documents ready that for example include information on the length of an employee's working time, overtime, breaks and any compensatory work.