Author: Rebecca Stempel

Studhalter & Partner Rechtsanwälte AG Expands to Zurich

We are pleased to inform you first-hand about the further development of our law firm. As of mid-May 2022, we will open a second branch in Zurich in addition to our headquarters in Lu-cerne. At the same time, Stefan Wehrenberg will join us and lead our office in the city...

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Inheritance Planning: Avoidance of Disputes Within the Community of Heirs

Sooner or later, the subject of the community of heirs affects all of us. When a person dies and leaves several heirs, these heirs together form a community of heirs until the inheritance is divided between them...

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Legal Questions in the Field of Forensic Medicine

The facts to be judged by the court are complex and often push judges to the limits of their ex-pertise. This problem is particularly pronounced in the area of medical matters...

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Studhalter & Meier Rechtsanwälte AG Accepts Cryptocurrencies for the Payment of its Services

Interest in cryptocurrencies is growing steadily. The reasons are obvious: ease of use, low costs and fast transactions. As an emerging and modern law firm, Studhalter & Meier Rechtsanwälte AG offers our clients and partners the possibility to make payments with cryptocurrencies Bitcoin and Ethereum from 01.01.2022...

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Long-Term Estate Planning by Means of a Trust or Foundation Under Liechtenstein Law

The means available under Swiss inheritance law for estate planning are explicitly and exhaustively listed in the law. However, they only permit estate planning for a "short period" over one generation, or at most two generations (via the appointment of pre-decessors and successors)...

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We Congratulate Dr. Philipp Studhalter on His Successful Election as President of the Committee of the Swiss Football League

At the General Assembly of the Swiss Football League on Friday, 19th November 2021, our Partner, Dr. Philipp Studhalter was successfully elected as President of the Committee of the Swiss Football League...

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The Current Case Law on the Freedom of Legal Entities from Self-incrimination

One of the most fundamental principles of criminal proceedings is the right not to incriminate oneself (nemo tenetur). Accused persons have the right to refuse to testify...

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Government Council Introduces Compulsory Forms in the Canton of Lucerne as of 1st November 2021

From 1st November 2021, landlords in the Canton of Lucerne are required to disclose the previous rent to the tenant when concluding a rental agreement and to justify any increases...

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