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Switzerland | Legal considerations relating to the COVID-19 outbreak

Update 27 November - The coronavirus (COVID-19) is currently causing concern and uncertainty and poses challenges to companies and individuals alike.

In this brochure, we aim to provide you with legal guidance for your commercial contracts, labour law issues, corporate governance matters, restructuring, liquidity and financing measures as well as tax issues.

We are well aware that you will be dealing with much more and this brochure will give you
some direction, but it might not provide you the full answer for your particular question.

Feel free to reach out to us. You will find the contact details of our experts at the back of
this presentation. You can also join one of our free webinars where we hold live Q&A’s on
the topic.

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