Market-leading boutique with an outstanding reputation (Chambers Europe 2019)

Labour & Employment Law Firm of the Year 2019, 2020, 2021 (Who’s Who Legal)

Most recommended law firm in employment law (BILANZ)

personable, flexible, truly customer-oriented and extremely competent (Chambers 2021)

Advisory & litigation

We advise and represent our clients in employment law, pensions, social security law, immigration law and data protection both in national and international matters.


All aspects of private and public employment law, e.g:

  • Employment agreements and employee regulations
  • Bonus/employee participation plans
  • Working time
  • Non-compete covenants
  • Termination of employment and termination agreements
  • Internal investigations
  • Restructurings and reorganizations
  • Social plans
  • Collective bargaining agreements
  • Secondments and personnel placement
  • Discriminations and conflicts at the workplace


Advice and representation in connection with

  • Pension and partial liquidation regulations
  • Partial liquidations (e.g. due to restructuring)
  • Early or deferred retirement
  • Coordination of payments of the employer with pension fund benefits (e.g. in the context of social plans)
  • Support and representation in complex individual cases
  • Occupational pensions and cross-border secondments

Social Security

Advice and representation at the interface between employment and social security law, e.g.

  • Applicable social security system and compulsory insurance
  • Insurance contributions
  • Directors' liability
  • Unemployment benefits
  • Short-time work
  • Coordination of insurance benefits (e.g. with benefits of the employer)
  • International coordination
  • International secondments


Application for work and residence permits for executives, highly qualified specialists and their families from EU/EFTA-member states and third countries.

Data Protection

Review, drafting and implementation of agreements and documents with regard to their compatibility with the Swiss data protection law as well as the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) of the European Union, in particular:

  • Processing of personal data within the framework of the employment relationship
  • Monitoring at the workplace
  • Social security and data protection
  • Cross-border transfer of data

Dispute resolution

We represent our clients in our fields of expertise before conciliation authorities, Swiss courts and governmental agencies.