Attorneys for IT & Technology, Industry & Plant Engineering, Construction & Real Estate.
Comprehensive legal advice and representation with specialized sector know-how.
We advise and represent customers and providers. Urs Egli, who has started his career as in-house legal counsel for a major technology company, and Alexander Schmid, who has worked as a software developer, possess profound technological and commercial know how.
We support industrial enterprises in all aspects of commercial law. Urs Egli and Christoph Isler have longs-standing experience in negotiating international contracts. As a former engineer, Christoph Isler further possesses technical know-how.
Our attorneys: legal competence paired with commercial understanding.
Through the usage of IT systems compliant with auditing requirements, digital business records can be stored digitally in accordance with statutory law. The process of scanning written documents lowers, however, their evidentiary value. Therefore, it is recommended to continue to physically store important documents in their original form.
Civil litigation requires thorough information on corresponding costs. Litigation is time-consuming and expensive.
e:7.15 Additional transparency in corporate law – new pitfalls for companies and shareholders Alexander Schmid | Jean-Daniel Schmid
As from 1 July 2015, share corporations, limited liability companies and their shareholders are subject to additional transparency regulation. This holds especially true for bearer shares. Noncompliance with this new regulation can lead to severe consequences.
Scientific and other publications
If in litigation the authenticity of a document is contested, it might be necessary to obtain a statement of an expert witness. Such statement can only be rendered if the expert witness has access to the original copy of the document. If the original copy is not available because the records are only retained in a digitized form, the authenticity cannot be proven and the proceedings might be lost.
Published in: dRSK, publiziert am 30. März 2016
The precautionary deletion of debt collection notices from the register of debt collection Jean-Daniel Schmid
The publication concerns the question whether debt collection notices may be deleted from the register of debt collection through precautionary measures. The publication raises this question in particular in the context of the general action for a negative declaratory judgment.
Published in: ZZZ 2014/2015
This abstract analyzis agile software project under Swiss law and gives recommandations regarding the contracting of such agreements.
Published in: Jusletter 31. August 2015