Swiss Law Solutions

Privacy Policy

1. What is This Privacy Policy About?

Swiss Law Solutions KLG, (the "Firm",hereinafter also "we", "us") is a law firm with its registered office in Zug. In the course of our business activities, we obtain and process personal data, in particular personal data about our clients, associated persons, counterparties, courts and authorities, correspondent law firms, professional and other associations, visitors to our website, participants in events, recipients of newsletters and other entities or their contact persons respectively and employees (hereinafter also "you"). In this privacy policy, we provide information about these data processing activities. In addition to this privacy policy, we may inform you separately about the processing of your data (e.g. in the case of forms or contractual terms).

If you disclose data to us about other persons (e.g., agents, counterparties or other associated persons), we will assume that you are authorized to do so, that such data is accurate, and that you have ensured that such persons are aware of such disclosure to the extent that a legal duty to inform applies (e.g., by bringing this privacy policy to their attention in advance).

2. Who is Responsible for Processing Your Data?

Responsible for the processing described in this privacy policy is:

Swiss Law Solutions KLG
St.-Oswalds-Gasse 1, P.O. Box, 6300 Zug

3. For What Purposes Do We Process Which of Your Data?

When you use our services, use (hereinafter "website"), orotherwise deal with us, weobtain and process various categories of your personaldata. In principle, we may collect and otherwise process this data inparticular for the following purposes:

4. Where Does the Data Come From?

5. Who Do We Disclose Your Information to (If Necessary)?

In connection with the provisions set forth in section 3 we transfer your personal data in particular to the categories of recipients listed below. If necessary, we obtain your consent for this or have our supervisory authority release us from our professional duty of confidentiality.

All these categories of recipients may in turn involve third parties, so that your data may also become accessible to them. We can restrict processing by certain third parties (e.g. IT providers), but not by other third parties (e.g. authorities, banks, etc.).

6. Can Your Personal Data Also Be Transferred Abroad?

We process and store personal data mainly in Switzerland and the European Economic Area (EEA), but potentially in any country in the world, depending on the case — for example, via subcontractors of our service providers or in proceedings before foreign courts or authorities. In the course of our activities for clients, your personal data may also end up in any country in the world.

If a recipient is located in a country without adequate data protection, we contractually oblige the recipient to comply with an adequate level of data protection (for this purpose, we use the revised standard contractual clauses of the European Commission, which can be accessed here:, including the supplements necessary for Switzerland), unless the recipient is already subject to a legally recognized set of rules to ensure data protection. We may also disclose personal data to a country without adequate data protection without entering into a separate contract for this purpose if we can rely on an exemption provision for this purpose. An exception may apply in particular in the case of legal proceedings abroad, but also in cases of overriding public interests or if the performance of a contract that is in your interest requires such disclosure (e.g., if we disclose data to our correspondence offices), if you have given your consent or it is not possible to obtain your consent within a reasonable period of time and the disclosure is, for instance, necessary to protect your life or physical integrity or that of a third party, or if it concerns data that you have made generally available and you have not objected to its processing. We may also rely on the ecxeption for data from a register provided for by law (e.g. commercial register) to which we have been legitimately given access.

7. What Rights Do You Have?

You have certain rights in connection with our data processing. In accordance with applicable law, you may, in particular, request information about the processing of your personal data, have incorrect personal data corrected, request the deletion of personal data, object to data processing, request the release of certain personal data in a standard electronic format or its transfer to other data controllers.

If you wish to exercise such rights, please contact us; our contact details can be found in section 2. In order for us to exclude misuse, we need to identify you (e.g. with a copy of your ID, if necessary). Furthermore, please note that conditions, exceptions or limitations apply to these rights (e.g., to protect third parties or trade secrets or due to our professional duty of confidentiality). To the extent permitted or required by law, the Firm may refuse requests to exercise such rights. For example, the Firm may or may not retain or otherwise process personal data despite requests to delete personal data or restrict processing for legal reasons. We also reserve the right to redact copies for reasons of data protection or confidentiality or to supply only excerpts.

8. How Are Cookies and Similar Technologies Used on Our Website and Other Digital Services?

When using our website (incl. newsletter and other digital offers), data is generated that is stored in logs (especially technical data). In addition, we may use cookies and similar technologies (e.g. pixel tags or fingerprints) to recognize website visitors, evaluate their behavior and recognize preferences. A cookie is a small file that is transmitted between the server and your system and enables the recognition of a specific device or browser.

You can set your browser to automatically reject, accept or delete cookies. You can also disable or delete cookies on a case-by-case basis. You can find out how to manage cookies in your browser in the help menu of your browser.

Both the technical data we collect and cookies generally do not contain any personal data. However, personal data that we or third-party providers commissioned by us store from you (e.g. if you have a user account with us or these providers) maybe linked to the technical data or to the information stored in and obtained from cookies and thus possibly to your person.

We also use social media plug-ins, which are small pieces of software that establish a connection between your visit to our website and a third-party provider. The social media plug-in tells the third-party provider that you have visited our website and may send the third-party provider cookies that the third-party provider has previously placed on your web browser. For more information about how these third-party providers use your personal data collected via their social media plug-ins, please refer to their respective privacy statements.

In addition, we use our own tools as well as third-party services (which may in turn use cookies) on our website, in particular to improve the functionality or content of our website (e.g. for displaying the website content in your preferred language as well as for integrating videos or maps) and to compile statistics.

Currently, we may use offers from the following service providers in particular, whereby their contact details and further information on the individual data processing can be found in the respective privacy policy.

Some of the third-party providers we use are located outside of Switzerland. Information on the disclosure of data abroad can be found under section 6. In terms of data protection law, they are in part "only" order processors of us and in part responsible parties. Further information on this can be found in the data protection declarations.

9. How Do We Process Personal Data on Our Pages in Social Networks?

We operate pages and other online presences on social networks and other platforms operated by third parties and process data about you in this context. In doing so, we receive data from you (e.g., when you communicate with us or comment on our content) and from the platforms (e.g., statistics). The providers of the platforms may analyze your usage and process this data together with other data they have about you. They also process this data for their own purposes (e.g., marketing and market research purposes and to manage their platforms), and act as their own data controllers for this purpose. For more information about processing by the platform operators, please refer to the privacy statements of the respective platforms.

We currently use the following platforms, whereby the identity and contact details of the platform operator are available in the privacy policy in each case:

We are entitled, but not obliged, to check third-party content before or after it is published on our online presences, to delete content without notice and, if necessary, to report it to the provider of the relevant platform.

Some of the platform operators may be located outside of Switzerland. Information on data disclosure abroad can be found under section 6.

10. What Else Needs to Be Considered?

We do not believe the EU General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR") to be applicable in our case. However, if this should exceptionally be the case for certain data processing, this section 10 shall apply additionally exclusively for the purposes of the GDPR and the data processing subject to it.

We base the processing of your personal data in particular on the fact that

We would like to point out that we process your data for as long as it is necessary for our processing purposes (cf. section 3), the legal retention periods and our legitimate interests, in particular for documentation and evidence purposes, require it or storage is technically necessary (e.g. in the case of backups or document management systems). If there are no legal or contractual obligations or technical reasons to the contrary, we generally delete or anonymize your data after the storage or processing period has expired as part of our usual processes and in accordance with our retention policy.

If you do not provide certain personal data, this may mean that the provision of related services or the conclusion of a contract is not possible. We generally indicate where personal data requested by us is mandatory.

The procedure described in section 7 applies in particular to data processing for the purpose of direct marketing.

If you do not agree with our handling of your rights or data protection,please let us know (see contact details in section 2). If you are in the EEA,you also have the right to complain to the data protection supervisoryauthority in your country. You can find a list of authorities in the EEA here:

11. Can This Privacy Policy Be Changed?

This privacy policy is not part of any contract with you.We may amend this privacy policy at any time. The version published onthis website is the current version.

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