By accessing this website, you agree to the following terms and conditions. If you do not agree to the following terms and conditions, do not access this website.
MS International Law reserves the right to change these terms and conditions at any time. Changes become effective upon publication on the website.
NO OFFER, NO CONTRACTUAL RELATIONSHIP, NON-BINDING
The content of this website is for information purposes only and does not constitute legal advice or a binding offer, nor does it constitute a lawyer-client mandate relationship. Please contact us in connection with your legal request by telephone (+41 79 368 01 01) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Ms International Law strives to keep the information and data published on the website correct and up-to-date. However, it makes no representations or warranties, express or implied, as to the correctness of the content, accuracy, up-to-dateness, reliability and completeness of the information and data published on this website. Ms International Law does not warrant undisturbed and uninterrupted access to and use of the website or its functions, or undisturbed and uninterrupted transmission of data. MS International Law reserves the right to change, supplement, restructure, delete or temporarily not publish information and data in whole or in part at any time without prior notice.
Liability claims against MS International Law and its employees for damages or consequential damages of a material or immaterial nature arising in connection with access to this website, including but not limited to the use or non-use of the information and data contained on the website, by misuse of the connection, by technical faults or by viruses and other harmful programs, are excluded to the extent permitted by law.
REFERENCES AND LINKS
Certain links on this website may lead to third-party websites. The contents of this website are entirely the responsibility of the respective providers. Access to and use of these linked websites by third parties is at the visitors’ own risk. MS International Law disclaims any responsibility for such websites.
DATA PROTECTION AND DATA TRANSMISSION
In accordance with Art. 13 of the Swiss Federal Constitution and data protection legislation, every person is entitled to the protection of his or her privacy and to protection against the misuse of his or her personal data. MS International Law shall comply with these provisions.
MS International Law points out that by visiting this website information about the access (date, time, page viewed) can be stored. This data does not belong to the personal data but is anonymised. They are evaluated exclusively for statistical purposes. A transfer to third parties, for commercial or non-commercial purposes, does not take place.
Since the transmission of data via the internet is not secure, it cannot be ruled out that data transmitted by website visitors may be read and possibly falsified by unauthorised third parties. The transmission of messages, documents and other information or data by e-mail is therefore considered less reliable, secure and confidential than the transmission by letter post or fax.
If MS International Law is contacted by e-mail, this will be understood as agreement to continue to communicate by e-mail in the absence of express agreements to the contrary. Although incoming e-mails are checked regularly, there is no guarantee that they will be processed in a timely manner.
MS International Law therefore recommends sending time-critical or important messages by letter post, courier service or fax. The sending of e-mails does not have any effect on the compliance with deadlines. If you want to be sure that your e-mail has been received correctly, please request confirmation of receipt from the addressee.
If you provide us with personal data, we collect such data in our contact database in order to maintain our professional network and to send advertising messages, newsletters, invitations to events and the like.
We collect and store personal data that you provide to us with the utmost care. We use appropriate technical and organisational measures to protect all data collected from manipulation, loss, destruction or unauthorised access.
You have the right to access, update, or request that we delete your personal information. You can contact us at any time under MS International Law.
APPLICABLE LAW AND JURISDICTION
The relationship between MS International Law and the visitors in connection with the use of this website is governed exclusively by Swiss law. The exclusive place of jurisdiction for any disputes in connection with the website www.schaerer.law shall be the ordinary courts of the Canton of Schwyz, Switzerland.
CH-Schindellegi, 18th February 2019