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Certificate requirement at the workplace?

As of 13 September 2021, employers are entitled to examine whether their employees hold a Covid certificate. What employers have to consider when introducing such a certificate requirement verification and which measures must be implemented precisely, is explained in our post.

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COVID-19 Credits: Revised Guidelines of the Swiss Bankers’ Association on the Internal Handling of COVID-19 Credits

As an immediate response to liquidity shortages caused by the pandemic, the Federal Council had adopted on 25 March 2020 an emergency ordinance allowing SMEs to apply for and obtain so-called COVID-19 credits in a speedy, non-bureaucratic procedure until 31 July 2020. Given its extraordinary nature, the ordinance stayed in force until 25 September 2020. In order to address all aspects of the COVI…

What to Know About COVID-19 Credits and Their Use in the Light of the New Federal Act on COVID-19 Credits With Joint and Several Guarantee

As an immediate response to liquidity shortages caused by the pandemic, the Federal Council had adopted on 25 March 2020 an emergency ordinance allowing SMEs to apply for and obtain so-called COVID-19 credits in a speedy, non-bureaucratic procedure until 31 July 2020. Given its extraordinary nature, the ordinance stayed in force until 25 September 2020. In order to address all aspects of the COVI…

Federal Supreme Court: No Legal Basis for Conducting the Main Hearing via Video Conference in Civil Proceedings Without the Parties’ Consent


In its decision 4A_180/2020 of 6 July 2020, the Federal Supreme Court dealt with the conduct of a main hearing in civil proceedings via video conference and ruled that under existing law, there is no legal basis to order a main hearing to be held via video conference without the parties’ consent.

This article is also available in German. 
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