Mr. Aron R. Camponovo represents defendants and private prosecutors in domestic and international criminal proceedings (including criminal assistance proceedings).
Procedures may occur in front of State Courts or in front of institutional (private) ad hoc Arbitration Courts. Alternative Dispute Resolution includes dispute resolution processes and techniques that act as a means for disagreeing parties to come to an agreement short of litigation. Alternative Dispute Resolution or ADR is a collective term for the ways that parties can settle disputes, with the help of a third party (in case of mediation) or without a third party (in case of negotiation). The dispute resolution practice of Mr. Aron R. Camponovo encompasses all main subjects of Swiss civil law, with the sole exception of family and marriage disputes.
Mr. Aron R. Camponovo provides consulting services to companies and entrepreneurs in the fields of Swiss and International Business Law (IBL). As a fervid supporter of the European Union, Mr. Aron R. Camponovo has specialized in the laws governing the European Union and the so called “Bilateral Agreements between Switzerland and the EU”.
Where administrative proceedings are of relevance to business processes or strategic decisions, Mr. Aron R. Camponovo does also represent in front of administrative authorities. In all other circumstances, Mr. Aron R. Camponovo does represent in administrative proceedings only by the way of exception.
When two or more parties attempt to settle a legal dispute through the active participation of a third party, then the so called “mediator” works to find points of agreement and make those in conflict agree on a fair result. Mediation differs from arbitration where the so called “mediator” does not act like a judge. The “mediator” does actively participate in the discussion and assists the parties in order to negotiate a settlement. Mr. Aron R. Camponovo acts as a mediator in all subjects of Swiss and International Business Law and in all subjects of Swiss civil law, including family and marriage disputes.