Switzerland: International rescue
The structure and quality of Switzerland's commercial courts, particularly in Zurich, have done much to position the city as a dispute resolution centre of international renown, write Felix Dasser and Georg Naegeli
Being a small market, much of Switzerland’s economic activity is international, and so is much of Swiss commercial litigation. Zurich, together with other major business centres, attracts a steady stream of international commercial litigation. The judicial system and the legal infrastructure in general are well suited to serving both homegrown needs and litigants who have chosen Switzerland as a neutral venue for resolving foreign disputes.
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