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Arioli Law provides you with tailor-made solutions to your needs.

Legal expertise with a straightforward, hands-on approach.

The ICT boutique law firm Arioli Law was established 8 years ago and is celebrating!

Arioli Law has been ranked amongst Switzerland's top law firms for 2020, 2019, 2018 and 2017 by Bilanz / Le Temps for TMT and IP. The results of the rankings can be found here: 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017.

Martina Arioli has been listed by Chambers Europe for TMT in 2020 and 2019 and recognised as one of Switzerland's leading business lawyers since 2016 by Who's Who Legal.

Martina Arioli has been selected as Thought Leader Data in Switzerland for 2020 and 2019 and won the CLIENT CHOICE AWARD DATA SWITZERLAND 2020.

Arioli Law is listed as "highly recommended" in the ranking of Leaders League for Technologies, Internet & Telecommunications - IT & Outsourcing 2020 and 2019.

 

=> COVID-19 Pro Bono Legal Advice discontinued <=

Since March 2020 Arioli Law has provided legal expertise and time for free to individuals dealing with issues related to the COVID-19-crisis. Arioli Law is a one-woman show with no subsidies from third parties whatsoever. However, the vast majority of inquirers responded to the help provided for their mostly non-existential matters with silence. This sense of entitlement irritates. Thank you for understanding that under these circumstances the offer for Pro Bono Legal Advice will not be continued.  

 

NEWS AND PAST ACTIVITIES:

 

14th CONFERENCE ON DATA PROTECTION 2021

I am delighted to be chairing the Conference on Data Protection hosted by the Europa Institut Zurich for the 14th time on 19 May 2021! We hope by postponing the conference from January to May we will be able to have an in-person conference again.  

CAS INHOUSE COUNSEL 2021

I look forward to speaking about digital law and data protection within the Certificate of Advanced Studies Inhouse Counsel 2021 of the Europa Institut Zurich.

 

 

GDPR AND SWITZERLAND: SOME THOUGHTS ON THE CURRENT HYPE AND HYSTERIA

I wrote a little piece on Apps with love's blog on the GDPR and its applicability to Swiss companies (only in German). Enjoy!