Disclosure & Advisories

1. Terms of Use

This website is operated by the law firm Suffert Neuenschwander & Partner, Zollikon.

The content of this website is provided solely for information purposes. This information does not constitute legal advice. All liability is disclaimed for damages arising in connection with use of the website or information obtained from the website. In particular, no liability is assumed for the up-to-dateness, completeness or correctness of content. Liability is furthermore excluded for links to and the content of third-party websites.

The transmitting of information from this website and the retrieval of such information do not constitute a solicitor–client relationship between the information recipient and the law firm Suffert Neuenschwander & Partner or the firm’s solicitors.

It can occur that e-mails are not delivered in a timely fashion, or at all. We thus request that you please send any time-critical or important communications by regular post (with return receipt) or by courier. When using e-mail we recommend that you require a receipt confirmation from the recipient. In case of doubt, please contact the intended recipient by phone.

Except as otherwise stated, all rights to content (images, text, trademarks, etc.) appearing on this website are held by the law firm Suffert Neuenschwander & Partner. Use thereof is prohibited without the express prior consent of Suffert Neuenschwander & Partner. The automated retrieval or presentation of some or all of the content of this website by technical means (such as web crawlers, spider programs, meta search engines or framing) is prohibited.

2. Data Privacy Policy

By accessing this website, you agree to your data being processed in accordance with the terms of this Privacy Policy.

On certain webpages of the website Suffert Neuenschwander & Partner utilises cookies to make visiting the website more appealing and enable the usage of certain functionalities. Cookies are small text files which are stored on your computer. Most of the cookies we utilise are ‘temporary cookies’ which are deleted from your hard drive at the end of your browser session. Other cookies are ‘permanent cookies’ which remain on your computer to allow us to recognise your computer upon your next visit. You can configure your browser not to accept cookies, although this can limit website functionalities.

Our website utilises third-party services, including particularly Google Analytics, a web analytics service operated by Google Inc. These services collect data and can use cookies (including permanent cookies). The data generated about your use of this website (including your IP address) is transferred to the servers of such providers where it is stored and processed, and may be referenceable to your account with those providers. These providers use the data to evaluate your use of the website, compile reports on website activity for website operators, and provide other website and internet usage-related services. These providers may additionally transmit such data to third parties and to locations without corresponding data protection laws.

You can opt out of consent to data gathering and storage by Google Analytics at any time with non-retrospective effect by downloading and installing a browser add-on to disable Google Analytics. This ‘opt out’ add-on can be found here: http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en

If you wish to prevent the providers from being able to reference data from our website to your respective user account, you must log out of accounts with the respective providers (including particularly any Google accounts) before visiting our website.

The web analytics services used on this website (including particularly Google Analytics) gather and store data which is used to create usage profiles. These usage profiles are used to analyse visitor behaviour and to improve and optimise our website for users.

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