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Brexit and Switzerland: 10 employment & immigration considerations

As the UK’s EU departure deadline draws closer, there are still many open questions. Switzerland and the UK provide for more certainty in a bilateral citizens’ rights agreement, however. We explore 10 aspects of employment and immigration in a post-Brexit environment.
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EU Medical Device Regulation: What’s the impact?

Following various incidents in recent years, the control mechanisms for medical devices are being tightened throughout Europe with the new EU Medical Device Regulation (MDR) and In Vitro Diagnostics Regulation (IVDR). What is the impact of these EU regulations for Switzerland and how do you ensure compliance on your end by the time the transition period ends?
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Swiss companies must comply with eIDAS for digital access to EU markets

The success of the EU’s Digital Single Market requires secure cross-border electronic transactions. Reliable electronic identification (eID) and trust services such as the creation and verification of electronic signatures are essential. eIDAS Regulation ensures seamless eID and trust across the EU.
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Brexit: Is Switzerland an attractive alternative for resident non-doms?

Prior to the referendum, questions asking how Brexit might affect the freedom of travel and other aspects of daily life were in the spotlight. As the implications of the UK’s vote are being felt across Europe and beyond, our focus shifts beyond issues of travel towards what Brexit means for resident non-doms and their existing or future Swiss connections.
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Brexit: What does it mean for immigration?

Companies cannot wait for the picture to become clear. They need to start now: assessing how Brexit might affect their business and future strategy; defining what risks might emerge; and outlining how best to address these challenges. How do you assess Brexit’s impact on immigration considerations?
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Brexit: What does it mean for customs and VAT?

So, 52 percent of the British have voted to leave the EU yesterday, sending shockwaves around the world. What now? This article provides a snapshot of what could be the future from an indirect tax perspective.
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