Switzerland: Uncertainty reigns
As the status of Switzerland as a major player in the global business community has waned, young Swiss lawyers are finding it increasingly difficult to pick up valuable international secondments to global firms. Sophie Evans reports
With few firms having made the leap into Switzerland, set up an office and stayed in the market, Swiss lawyers remain confounded as to why more US and UK giants have not tested the water by setting up small offices in either Zurich or Geneva.
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