LexisNexis Dispute Resolution Law Guide 2017
Urs Feller, Marcel Frey and Michaela Kappeler analyze the Swiss civil procedure system and discuss aspects such as structure of court system, litigation funding, enforcement and alternative dispute resolution mechanisms
Brexit: Why the UK may consider taking the Swiss approach
Daniel Hayek and Mark Meili discuss the impact of Brexit on jurisdiction clauses and consider that the UK may follow the Swiss approach to replace the Brussels regulation.
Freezing assets in Switzerland: new developments
Urs Feller and Marcel Frey analyze the recent jurisprudence of the Federal Tribunal in the legal area of freezing of assets under the revised attachment provisions. The authors discuss topics such as the type of decision entitling an applicant to request attachment, the location of assets to be attached as well as technical and procedural aspects. Finally, the authors identify certain questions which remain open.
Switzerland Dispute Resolution Law Guide 2016
Urs Feller, Marcel Frey and Michaela Lemke analyze the Swiss civil procedure system and discuss aspects such as structure of court system, litigation funding, enforcement and alternative dispute resolution mechanisms.
Disclosure of bank details: who has the right to object
Dr. Urs Feller and Marcel Frey discuss the implications of a recent Federal Tribunal decision pertaining to the issue of standing of account holders and beneficial owners in proceedings concering mutual legal assistance requests requesting the disclosure of bank client data.