©2020 Wenner & Uhlmann. The information available on this website (including images) is protected by copyright and may not be copied, reproduced or used in any other way without the express permission of Wenner & Uhlmann.
The website www.ch-law.ch is intended for persons domiciled or resident in Switzerland. The content of this website is intended for information purposes only and should not be construed as binding legal advice in any particular legal field. Wenner & Uhlmann does not guarantee that the information provided is up-to-date, correct or complete. Wenner & Uhlmann also reserves the right to make changes or additions to the information or data provided without prior notice.
The use of the website, the transmission of information or the downloading and receiving of such information does not constitute an attorney-client relationship between the recipient/user and Wenner & Uhlmann.
This website contains links to third-party websites. These websites are subject to the liability of the
Wenner & Uhlmann has no influence whatsoever on the content of these third-party websites. The inclusion of external links does not imply that Wenner & Uhlmann adopts the linked content as its own or that the opinion expressed on third-party websites coincides with that of Wenner & Uhlmann. Wenner & Uhlmann is in particular not liable for legal violations on linked websites. Wenner & Uhlmann cannot reasonably be expected to constantly monitor these external links. However, Wenner & Uhlmann will immediately delete the corresponding external links in the event of indications of violations of the law. Such information can be reported to us by e-mail.
Wenner & Uhlmann draws your attention to the fact that communication via e-mail is neither secure nor confidential as a result of technical malfunctions on the internet. In the event of a violation of the attorney-client privilege, Wenner & Uhlmann excludes all liability insofar as this violation is due to communication via e-mail or the Internet. Although incoming e-mails are checked regularly, it cannot be guaranteed that such e-mails will be processed in good time. Furthermore, the receipt of e-mails may be subject to technical or operational malfunctions. Wenner & Uhlmann therefore recommends sending urgent or important messages by regular mail, courier or fax to 044 225 15 35.