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Legal advice - employment law [Basel area]

I have what I think is a fairly simple question relating to an employment contract - something that an employment lawyer should be able to answer in a few minutes (a question of definitions).

Do I have to go to a lawyer or can that sort of thing be sorted electronically?
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Old 02.10.2011, 23:24
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I have what I think is a fairly simple question relating to an employment contract - something that an employment lawyer should be able to answer in a few minutes (a question of definitions).

Do I have to go to a lawyer or can that sort of thing be sorted electronically?
You could just ask here......
The company can give notice to you at any time if they wish to end your contract, they don't need a reason but will provide one if it's required. There is no redundancy in CH.
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Re: Legal advice - employment law [Basel area]

Thank you; I know the basics and I also know how helpful the forum usually is.
I would prefer something a bit more discrete (and can pay if necessary).

I found on-line lawyers for Germany. Do such things exist in Switzerland?
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Thank you; I know the basics and I also know how helpful the forum usually is.
I would prefer something a bit more discrete (and can pay if necessary).

I found on-line lawyers for Germany. Do such things exist in Switzerland?
I doubt it its a very small country
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Re: Legal advice - employment law [Basel area]

Google is your friend. I found this by searching legal advice online Switzerland.

http://www.m-recht.ch/indexE.html
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You could just ask here......
If he asked here he'd get a chorus of "go find a lawyer!" .
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Re: Legal advice - employment law [Basel area]

PM me and I will try to answer (for free)
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Google is your friend. I found this by searching legal advice online Switzerland.

http://www.m-recht.ch/indexE.html
Thank you - I found a few, but only after finding the right search terms in German.
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