Lic. Dominique Anderes, attorney
   

Lic. iur. Dominique Anderes

Position: trans gif Associate
Born:   1984 
Admitted:   2014, Canton of Zurich, Switzerland
Education:    University of Paris X (2007 – 2008), University of Zurich (lic. iur. 2010)
Memberships:   Zurich Bar Association, Swiss Bar Association
Member of the professional section for commercial law of the Zurich Bar Association
Languages:   German, English, French
Practice Areas:   Civil litigation law, corporate law, contract law, employment law, foreign nationals and immigration law, inheritance law and succession planning, bankruptcy law,  trademark law, real estate law, sports law
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News & Cases

March 27, 2019: Dominique Anderes in the magazine Finanz und Wirtschaft concerning the question of the wording of the invitation to the Extraordinary General Meeting of Panalpina World Transport (Holding) Ltd.

On Friday, April 5, 2019 the Extraordinary General Meeting of Panalpina World Transport (Holding) Ltd. will take place in Basel. The wording of the invitation is questionable. In this regard, however, shareholders can hardly take any legal action before the Annual General Meeting because a shareholder primarily has to exercise his rights on the occasion of the General Meeting itself. Depending on the resolutions passed, the affected shareholders may be entitled to challenge the resolutions in court within the statutory period of two months after the Annual General Meeting.

The entire article in German you may find here >>> to the article 

Publications

April/May 2019: Guest article by Mark Bruppacher and Dominique Anderes in the journal ERFOLG on the rights of shareholders with regard to the General Assembly

The article outlines the frequently arising area of conflict between majority and minority shareholders and provides information on the protection of the rights of minority shareholders under Swiss law.

The entire article in German can be found    >>> here

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