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Impact of Medical Device Regualtions (MDR) Postponement on Swiss Medtech Industry
Walder Wyss Ltd., June 2020

  MDR postponement On 17 April 2020 the European Parliament decided to postpone the transition timeline to implement the EU Medical Device Regulation (MDR), which was set to expire on 26 May 2020, until 26 May 2021. The EU MDR postponement was published in the Official Journal of the European Union and entered into force on 24 April 2020. The postponement allows EU healthcare systems to devote their efforts to the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic and takes the pressure off national authorities, notified bodies, manufacturers and other industry players...

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Federal Council Moves Forward in Protection against Cyber Risks
Walder Wyss Ltd., June 2020

On 27 May 2020 the Federal Council adopted the Ordinance on Protecting against Cyber Risks (OPCy, available in French and German), which is set to enter into force on 1 July 2020...

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The Swiss Government Declares a Nation-Wide Standstill of Deadlines for Debt Collection Proceedings
Walder Wyss Ltd., April 2020

On Wednesday 18 March 2020, the Swiss Government suspended all deadlines in debt collection proceedings until 4 April 2020. It is a first step under the state of emergency due to the corona crisis that was declared on Monday...

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What Happens if the Employee does not Consent to Short-Time Work?
Walder Wyss Ltd., April 2020

Short-time work compensation is a crucial component of the governmental COVID-19 rescue package for Swiss economy. The Swiss Federal Council in this context has recently enacted several formal facilitations and expanded the circle of entitled employees. Nevertheless, the requirement of obtaining the employees’ consent to short-time work remains central in several aspects...

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The Coronavirus has Serious Consequences for the Swiss Economy
Walder Wyss Ltd., March 2020

Tourism and event industries are suffering and it is expected that manufacturing enterprises will soon be affected as well...

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