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Security Token Offerings in Switzerland
Simon Roth authored an article about Security Token Offerings (STOs) and how the upcoming Financial Services Act will influence those.
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Webinar on Digital Justice in the era of Covid-19.
Our Partner, Nino Sievi, gave a presentation on the digitzation of the Swiss justice system and the effects of COVID-19 at a webinar organized by the English law firm Cooke, Young & Keidan LLP.
The new hosting provider provision according to Swiss copyright law
With the latest revision of the copyright law, the Swiss legislator felt compelled to introduce a specific regulation for hosting providers. This would make measures to combat piracy on the internet more efficient. Was the introduction of the provision really necessary?
BILANZ ranks Lex Futura as the top law firm in Switzerland for international law and technology law
The renowned business journal BILANZ has recently published its latest ranking of Swiss law firms. Lex Futura has been ranked as the top law firm for international law and technology law. We would like to thank our clients and colleagues for the recommendations and their feedback. We take great pride in this result, as it reflects the work we have done over the past year as well as confirms our specialisation in international and technology law.
The Anti-Money-Laundering Act applies to Mobile Value Added Services
The Supreme Court clarifies the scope of the Federal Anti-Money-Laundering Act in the context of Mobile Value Added Services (MVAS). The decision is highly relevant for all FinTechs offering payment services in the broadest sense.
Lex Futura talks about Carbon Taxation at the Sustainability Week Zurich
Sustainability Week Zurich (NHW) is a project of five Zurich universities and Lex Futura presented on the subject of Carbon Tax.
The subject of my dissertation was recently evaluated by the Swiss Federal Court
As usual in intellectual property law, there are not many court decisions on the subject of participation in intellectual property infringements. It is therefore gratifying to have a new decision of the Swiss Federal Court on this topic and also on the most relevant constellation in practice, namely the responsibility of internet providers.
Is a MBA an alternative to a LL.M.?
Our partner Alain Friedrich recently spoke about the advantages and disadvantages of an MBA for lawyers.