Bonnard Lawson

Office:

Al Habtoor Business Tower
25th Floor
Dubai
PO Box 450136
United Arab Emirates

Tel:

+971 4 568 3100

About Bonnard Lawson

Founded in 1998 in Switzerland, Bonnard Lawson is a boutique Law Firm with offices in Geneva, Lausanne, Shanghai, Paris, Dubai, Luxembourg and Hong Kong with fifty highly motivated lawyers who, over the years, have developed in areas of excellence. Working in several languages (French, English, Italian, German, Dutch, Chinese, Spanish, Arabic, Gujarati and Hindi / Urdu) and from different legal systems (Switzerland, USA, UK, France, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Germany and Italy), Bonnard Lawson partners and staff can effectively advise their clients in their specific activities as well as in their national and transnational disputes.

 

Bonnard Lawson combines the knowledge of lawyers from several jurisdictions who work diligently to sustain the reputation of its firm.  In addition to the traditional practice of commercial law, Bonnard Lawson provides a wide range of sophisticated services such as national/international arbitration and mediation, private clients services, construction consultancy, art and entertainment law, corporate finance and M&A, banking and financial law, sports law, maritime law and international/domestic tax law.

Members

Giovanni Rossi
Giovanni Rossi
Managing Partner
Aliasghar Kanani
Aliasghar Kanani
Tax Partner
Pierre-Yves Lucas
Pierre-Yves Lucas
Of Counsel - Contract, Transportation and Arbitration

Offices

Dubai

Dubai

Tel: +971 4 568 3100 Alternate Tel: Head Office:

Al Habtoor Business Tower
25th Floor
Dubai
PO Box 450136
United Arab Emirates

Visit Website Email Us
Switzerland

Switzerland

Tel: +41 (0)22 322 25 00 Alternate Tel: Head Office:

RUE DU GÉNÉRAL DUFOUR 11
Geneva
CH-1204
Switzerland

Visit Website Email Us

Articles by Bonnard Lawson

How Blockchain may Enhance Your Business - a Discussion Group Meeting Summary

Blockchain dominates the daily news and to understand a bit more about blockchain, the International Business Structuring Association (IBSA) Middle East Chapter of Dubai held on 8th May 2018 at the Capital Club of the DIFC, a discussion group meeting to discuss this[...]
Date: 10 May 2018
Subjects: Blockchain

3rd Swiss corporate tax reform rejected by referendum

Against our hopes but in line with the most recent polls, 59% of the Swiss population today voted against the 3rd Swiss corporate tax reform which means that the reform will not be implemented in its proposed form. Although the outcome of today’s referendum is a clear and major[...]
Date: 13 Feb 2017
Jurisdiction: Switzerland

3rd Swiss Corporate Income Tax Reform – UPDATE

Swiss federal council set the parameters on 2 April 2014. In order to render its corporate tax system compatible with new international and European standards, Switzerland proposes the 3rd Corporate Income Tax Reform, which should reinforce the Swiss tax system, further its[...]
Date: 08 Apr 2015
Jurisdiction: Switzerland
Subjects: Personal taxation