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Geldwäscherei durch Unterlassen
Mit BGE 136 IV 188 hat das Bundesgericht die in der Lehre lang umstrittene Frage entschieden, ob das GwG
Switzerland
12 Jul 2019
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Corporate Investigations 2019
Swiss law does not impose direct obligations on companies to conduct internal investigations.
Switzerland
11 Jan 2019
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The Sealing Of Evidence Under Swiss Criminal Procedure Law
Under Swiss law, the sealing of evidence is a procedural tool available for the purposes of paralysing the effects of a criminal seizure or production order.
Switzerland
27 Nov 2018
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Debt Collection Requests And Orders To Pay – A Possible Criminal Offence?
A debt collection request is a commonly used means for a creditor to interrupt the statute of limitations of a claim and begin debt recovery.
Switzerland
14 Nov 2018
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Retrocessions: Criminal Consequences Of Non Disclosure
In a recent decision 6B_689/2016 of 14 August 2018, the Swiss Federal Supreme Court held that the failure to disclose adequately retrocessions may constitute an act of criminal mismanagement.
Switzerland
5 Oct 2018
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Legal Professional Privilege In Switzerland: Overview, Recent Developments And Trends
The contours of legal professional privilege vary from one jurisdiction to another. In transnational internal investigations or in multi-jurisdictional criminal proceedings.
Switzerland
14 Sep 2018
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Proposed Amendment To Reporting Obligation For Significant Shareholding In Listed Companies
The disclosure requirements for significant shareholding in listed companies are governed by the Financial Markets Infrastructure Act and its implementing ordinance, the FINMA Financial Market Infrastructure Ordinance ...
Switzerland
21 Mar 2018
9
Business And Human Rights - What Swiss Companies Need To Know
Under international law, the primary obligation to protect human rights is on states. However, in recent years, civil society has increasingly called for companies to be held to human rights standards.
European Union
21 Feb 2018
10
Aspects Of Swiss Law Regarding Corporate Criminal Liability And Self-Reporting
In Switzerland, statistics show a trend where increasing numbers of corporate entities face prosecution.
Switzerland
2 Jan 2018
11
Switzerland: Fighting The Scourge
This article addresses the problem of financial abuse of the elderly in Switzerland...
Switzerland
12 Dec 2017
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Switzerland
1 Dec 2017
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La Pratique Judiciaire Du Tribunal Fédéral En Matière De Procédure Pénale En 2016
Sans prétention à l'exhaustivité, la présente chronique résume certains des arrêts les plus importants rendus par le Tribunal federal (TF) en matière de procédure pénale au cours de l'année 2016.
Switzerland
11 Sep 2017
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Swiss Supreme Court Confirms CAS' Four Year FIFA Ban For Michel Platini
The Swiss Supreme Court dismissed on June 29, 2017, a complaint by Michel Platini against a decision of the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in Lausanne.
Switzerland
7 Jul 2017
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Swiss Supreme Court Rules On Bonus Forfeiture Clauses
A high ranking bank manager of a Geneva bank had been dismissed in November 2015 under a six month garden leave following an internal money-laundering investigation against the bank manager and his team.
Switzerland
29 Jun 2017
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Finanzkriminalität Wie Intern Sind Interne Untersuchungsberichte?
Verdachtsfällen im Bereich der Finanzkriminalität (Geldwäscherei, Korruption, Steuer- und Betrugsdelikte) müssen Finanzinstitute aus regulatorischen Gründen immer nachgehen.
Switzerland
27 Apr 2017
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Swiss Supreme Court Confirms Conviction On Membership In A Criminal Organisation
In a decision of March 7, 2017, the Swiss Federal Supreme Court confirmed the conviction by the first instance Swiss Federal Criminal Court against two Iraqi men for being member of a criminal organization.
Switzerland
4 Apr 2017
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Extended Participation Rights When Swiss Federal Prosecutors' Take Evidence Abroad
The Swiss Federal Criminal Court in Bellinzona ruled that an accused party may personally participate in cases where the Swiss Federal Attorneys Office takes evidence abroad via the means of international criminal assistance procedures.
Switzerland
13 Mar 2017
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La responsabilité pénale de l'entreprise après l'arrêt - Réflexions sur les relations entre l'infraction sous-jacente et l'art. 102 CP
La responsabilité pénale de l'entreprise est ancrée dans le Code pénal suisse (CP) depuis le 1er octobre 2003.
Switzerland
6 Feb 2017
20
Focus On Europe Trust Litigation In Switzerland
SWITZERLAND'S POPULARITY as a hub for trust administration and related services has increased continuously in the past few years, and so has the number of litigation matters involving trust structures.
Switzerland
9 Jan 2017
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