Reichlin Hess is also actively contributing to the hotline for Zug SMEs launched by the Lawyers' Association of the Canton of Zug. Our specialists in employment, tenancy and corporate law will be available to Zug SMEs on Friday, April 3, 2020 and Monday, April 6, 2020 via the hotline 0800 525 010.
Dear Clients and Business Partners, To respond to the challenges caused by the Coronavirus (COVID-19), the team of Reichlin Hess…
Reichlin Hess represented a client (employer) in the super provisional execution of a non-competition clause foreseen in an employment agreement. In a partial approval of the request, the employee was prohibited by the competent court from using documents of the former employer and from contacting its customers and suppliers. This result is pleasing for the client, as it allows its legitimate interests of confidentiality to be safeguarded.
Our Swiss legal and tax specialists successfully assisted in a cross-border merger from Switzerland to Austria.
Since January 1, 2020, Simon Fricker is supporting the team of Reichlin Hess. With this appointment Reichlin Hess continues to grow in the areas of employment law and litigation.
We are proud to have supported MachinaWare AG through a successful seed financing round of CHF 1 million. As a promising blockchain startup in the Crypto Valley, MachinaWare AG will now be able to accelerate development and growth for the official launch in 2020.
A successful defense of our client against two appeals from different bidders in a tender procedure in the Canton of Berne.
We are happy to welcome Dominic Baumgartner as a Attorney at Law and Notary Public in our team! His main practice areas are corporate and commercial law, litigation and national and international arbitration, advice on and drafting of contracts, the law on debt enforcement and bankruptcy and sports law.
We are happy to announce the new members to the partnership of our firm as per 1 January 2019.
We are pleased to have assisted in the regulatory clarification of a new security token offering in Switzerland. The token to be sold should grant the owners a participation in the future turnover of the company.