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- All liability is hereby excluded for damages resulting from the use of email, since even installing and up-dating regularly state-of-the-art security software is no absolute protection against possible risks related to the use of email. In addition, it is public knowledge that spying software has been installed and is is being operated by various governments.
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All email messages originating from our firm must be considered as confidential. They are intended solely for the person or entity to which they are addressed. Any retransmission, dissemination or other use of such emails by persons or entities other than the intended recipient is prohibited. The Swiss Law on Telecommunications (LTC) provides in particular that any dissemination or use of non public information received by error is punished by imprisonment up to one year under article 50 LTC.
The standard mandate drafted by the Geneva Bar Association is very broad, and its object should be designated in general terms. The specific mandate can however be limited at any time by subsequent email instructions, in which case these subsequent instructions will prevail. The standard mandate to be signed initially can be downloaded in various languages from this list below :
For security reasons emails on this Web Site cannot be activated by simple clicking on the name. "Copy and paste" will however work.
Attachements to your emails should preferably be saved in MS Office 2000 format, using the Font "Times New Roman" size 12". Acrobat Reader ver. 5 will also work.
All macros should be turned off because our anti-virus software will eliminate such documents before we get a chance to read them.