Borel & Barbey takes an active part in the development of the legal community, in particular by regularly contributing to specialized literature, participating to conferences and through its involvement in the academic world.
This section provides an overview of legal news related to Borel & Barbey, particularly recent cases of the firm, conferences and publications.
Civil procedure workshops
As part of the workshops on the Code of Civil Procedure (CPC) organized by the committee of the Young Bar of Geneva, Me Paul Hanna co-animated with Me Aude Longet-Cornuz, on November 4, 2021 a workshop presenting practical advice concerning the participation of third parties in the procedure, for the attention of lawyers and trainee lawyers.
03 AUGUST 2022
Discover the new iusNet publication Criminal Law and Procedure, module with our collaborator Loris Bertoliatti among its authors. Read on iusNet Criminal Law and Procedure here
20 JULY 2022
We are pleased to announce that Chambers and Partners has ranked in High Net Worth Louis Boissier, Olivier Dunant and Stéphanie La Roche in the field of Private Wealth Law and Anne Laure Bandle in the field of Art and Cultural Property Law again for 2022 – Switzerland noting that “the firm is also highly…
12 JULY 2022
Dans un chapitre récemment publié dans « Interne Untersuchungen », édité chez Helbing Lichtenhahn Verlag, Me Chiriaeva y aborde la problématique de l’assistance administrative internationale dans le cadre des enquêtes internes d’entreprises suisses soumises à la surveillance de la FINMA. Découvrez L’OUVRAGE
04 JULY 2022
In this article published by Le Temps, Me Alkatout outlines the financial changes for same-sex couples since the legislative amendment allowing them to marry came into effect.
13 JUNE 2022
Luca Bozzo was interviewed for Bilan Magazine about “entrepreneurship by acquisition” which consists in bringing together an external buyer and a high potential SME with the support of co-investors.For more information, click here.
13 JUNE 2022
As part of the CAS in Cultural Heritage Law of the University of Geneva, Anne Laure Bandle will give a lecture on philanthropy and the arts as well as on authenticity and the experts’ liability on 6 and 7 May 2022. For more information, please click here.