Simon Brunschwig

International Committee of the Red Cross (Geneva)
Lawyer (Legal counsel)

Simon Brunschwig studied at the Universities of Geneva and Zurich (Switzerland) and was admitted to the Geneva bar in 2007. His practice areas are competition law, contract and commercial law, corporate law and environmental law. Simon was a member of the competition group of Lenz & Staehelin in Geneva, he is now a legal counsel for the ICRC. He speaks French, German and English.

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Simon Brunschwig The Swiss Supreme Court rules on legal privilege (Panalpina case)

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On October 28, 2008, the Swiss Supreme Court finally dismissed the claim from several companies which had been subject to dawn raids and opposed the use by the Swiss Competition Commission (“Comco”) in a cartel investigation of certain internal documents issued for or by in-house counsel on the (...)

Simon Brunschwig The Swiss Comco issues a notice on business secrets expressing its view on criteria to be fulfilled for information to be qualified as business secrets and addressing certain specific questions (Aide-mémoire Secrets d’affaires/Merkblatt Geschäftsgeheimnisse)

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On April 30, 2008 the Comco released a notice on business secrets (the "Notice"). The Notice expresses the Comco’s view on qualification criteria to be fulfilled for information to be qualified as business secrets and addresses certain specific questions. As a principle, the CA provides that (...)

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