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At the BCDT’s conference Transaction Risks, held in The Ritz-Carlton Hotel de la Paix in Geneva on March 12th, Manuel Bianchi della Porta looked into new insurance products dealing with the risks and uncertainties of the buyer relating to the reps and warranties under a SPA.
In a judgment dated 8 February 2019, the Federal Court dismissed Praesens-Film's appeal against Swisscom on the grounds that the operator is not obliged to prohibit access to foreign websites that illegally offer films to view or download. Opinion of Stéphanie Chuffart-Finsterwald in Le Temps of March 6, 2019.
BianchiSchwald is currently sponsoring the HSG Moot Court Team in view of its participation in the Vis Moot Court 2019 in Vienna. A successful trial run took place in our Zurich office on February 26, 2019. Attorneys of our Geneva and Zurich litigation team were enjoying the students’ pleadings. We wish them all the best in Vienna.
On the picture, from left to right: Adrian Trutmann (BianchiSchwald), Reto Tettamanti (HSG), Elena Merico (HSG), Milivoje Mitrovic (HSG), Christoph Gasser (BianchiSchwald), Patrice Züger (HSG), Melanie Rickenbach (HSG), Avijit Singh (HSG), Cyrill Süess (BianchiSchwald), Jean-Marc Carnicé (BianchiSchwald).
Interview on MIPIM and about housing and urbanism development in Geneva organised by Radio Lac, Geneva
Philippe Vladimir Boss and Cyrill Süess, both of whom have distinguished themselves by their dedication since the creation of BianchiSchwald, have been appointed partners of the firm.
On December 18, 2018, the Swiss Federal Patent Court decided an almost three years lasting patent law dispute in favor of BianchiSchwald's Swiss client Hamilton Medical AG (“Hamilton”), represented by its partner Christoph Gasser, against its Swiss opponent imtmedical AG (“IMT”). The court ruled that IMT has infringed Hamilton’s Patent CH 701 755 B1 regarding flow sensors, in particular, proximal flow sensors, and approved Hamilton’s claim for injunction, destruction, and disclosure of business data. The decision is still subject to appeal. Hamilton’s claim for monetary compensation against IMT will part of the second stage of the proceeding.