Dr. C. Mark Bruppacher, attorney
   

Dr. C. Mark Bruppacher

Position: trans gif Partner
Born:   1946
Admitted:   1975, Canton of Zurich, Switzerland
Education:
 
  University of Zurich (Dr.iur., 1973)
University of Amsterdam ("Columbia University Summer Program in American Law")
Author:   "Die aktienrechtlichen Bewertungsvorschriften (im Hinblick auf eine Teilrevision des Aktienrechtes, mit Berücksichtigung des deutschen Aktiengesetzes)", 1973
Memberships

  Zurich Bar Association, Swiss Bar Association, International Bar Association, The Law Society, British-Swiss Chamber of Commerce, Swiss American Chamber of Commerce, Joint Chambers of Commerce Russia, Kazakhstan
Languages:   German, English, French
Practice Areas:   Commercial and contract law, company and tax, international transactions, family office services, distribution law and franchising, timesharing 
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News & Cases

November 1, 2019: The amendments to the Swiss Code of Obligations and the Criminal Code, which affect every Stock Corporation (AG) and limited liability company (GmbH), come into force on November 1, 2019.

On November 1, the amendments to the Swiss Code of Obligations (OR) and the Swiss Penal Code (StGB) will come into force, which will result in a significant tightening of the reporting requirements applicable since July 1, 2015 and a de facto abolition of bearer shares.

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Publications

November 2019: In November 2019 the magazine HR Today published an interview with Dominique Anderes on the subject of data protection regarding the outsourcing of HR services.
In November 2019, the magazine HR Today published an interview with Dominique Anderes addressing current questions on the data regulations to be observed when outsourcing HR services. In particular, the interview refers to the data flow and data processing agreement with which the Swiss company should oblige the foreign data processor to respect all applicable Swiss or European data protection laws. By means of a data processing agreement the Swiss company can limit its risks and avoid being held liable for violations committed by the data processor abroad.
The full interview in German can be found here:   >>> here 
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