Pyxis Law - Vie de l’étude
Nouvelle associée au sein de notre étude

PYXIS LAW a le plaisir d’annoncer l’arrivée d’une nouvelle associée, Me Anne Roux-Fouillet, spécialiste FSA en droit du travail. – – Me Anne Roux-Fouillet dispose d’une expérience reconnue en matière de droit du travail. – Elle conseille et représente tant des particuliers que des sociétés suisses et internationales sur toutes questions liées au droit du […]

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Pyxis Law - Life at Pyxis Law
New partner in our firm

– Anne Roux-Fouillet is renowned for her expertise in employment and labour law. – She advises and represents private individual as well as national and multinational companies on all employment law matters. – Ms Roux-Fouillet’s practice also includes social security matters and civil litigation. –

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What is arbitration and why do you need it?

In international contracts the Parties usually have their domicile in different states. Should a dispute arise, would you like the idea of your company being forced to sue or be sued in a foreign country? Probably not, we would guess. And how to enforce a decision against a business counterpart in another part of the […]

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Pyxis Law - Publications
COVID-19 & Contracts in Switzerland

The current pandemic is causing a global economic slowdown and already significantly compromises the continued business operations of many industries. The effects on contractual relations are direct and considerable: the volume of orders collapses, deliveries are no longer possible, deadlines are no longer met, liquidity is depleted while operating costs accumulate. The parties to a contract […]

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Pyxis Law - Comments on Jurisprudence
PYXIS LAW obtains a landmark decision from the Federal Administrative Court on hospital planning according to the Swiss Health Insurance Act

A brief summary of the judgment is available on the website of the Federal Administrative Court Press release of the Federal Administrative Court published on January 23, 2019 Judgment C-5017/2015 of the Federal Administrative Court of January 16, 2019 (in French)  

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