Terms of use

Non-binding and subject to change

The information contained on this website is non-binding. It cannot replace individual advice tailored to a specific case. The right to change, supplement, delete or temporarily or permanently remove or make inaccessible the contents of the website without prior notice remains expressly reserved. Use of the website does not constitute a contractual relationship.


Law Firm Moor does not guarantee that the information on this website is correct, complete, accurate, up-to-date, reliable or available. Liability for damages and consequential damages of any kind arising as a result of accessing or using the information, due to misuse of the connection to the website, due to technical faults, maintenance work or other reasons of unavailability is expressly excluded.

No liability is accepted for the availability and content of information on third-party websites to which reference is made by means of links. Use such links and the content on third-party websites at your own risk.

No liability is assumed for links from third parties to this website or individual sub-pages, in particular their existence and correctness.


The copyright (including neighbouring rights) to the content of this website (texts, layout, design, including photos/images) and other files belongs exclusively to the Law Firm Moor, insofar as third parties do not have rights thereto (e.g. photos/images). Reproduction, distribution or other use requires the prior written consent of the respective rights holder.

Data protection

Law Firm Moor complies with the Swiss Federal Act on Data Protection (FADP) and – where applicable – the EU General Data Protection Regulation (EU GDPR). Please refer to the Privacy Policy. Further Services / In-Depth Reading

Applicable law / Place of jurisdiction

The use of this website and its contents as well as all legal relations with the Law Firm Moor are subject to Swiss law. The place of jurisdiction is Winterthur.

Status November 2023