Content of this website
The information contained on our website is for information purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. Although we regularly revise our website content, we cannot guarantee that the information contained herein is up to date. We do not accept liability for information provided by third parties that can be accessed via our website. Using information accessed on our website does not create a client relationship or any other contractual relationship. If you require professional legal advice, please contact us.
Communication via e-mail and this website
Communication via e-mail and this website (e.g. using a contact form) is not protected against attacks by third parties and should not therefore be considered either secure or confidential. You therefore use this means of communication at your own risk and by doing so you agree that we may also communicate with you by e-mail.
Although we check our mailbox on a daily basis, we cannot guarantee that e-mails sent to us will be received in a timely manner. We therefore ask you to send us urgent or important messages by post, courier or fax. Merely sending e-mails to us is not proof of delivery in terms of compliance with deadlines. If you want reassurance that your e-mail messages have been received properly and on time, please request a confirmation of receipt from us. Courts and authorities who wish to send us official documents in due form and time (orders, judgements, etc.) are referred to the relevant providers (IncaMail, Privatsphäre, etc.) and advised that legal requirements must be complied with.
When you visit our website, we collect, store and use general, non-personal data from users as well as third parties. ‘Cookies’ are used for this purpose. These are text files which are stored on the user’s system and which allow analysis of the use of the products. This technology makes it possible to recognise individual users as visitors and present them with individualised products. Users of our website can prevent cookies being stored by selecting ‘Do not accept cookies’ in their browser settings. However, this can have an impact on the website’s functionality.
Use of Google Analytics
We use ‘Google Analytics’, particularly for statistical purposes and to optimise the website. No personal data is collected when ‘Google Analytics’ is used. The data will remain with Google and will not be made available to other partners. We collect anonymous tracking information to analyse how users surf the website. We use information collected in this way to improve the website and to evaluate user behaviour. Personal data will not be collected.
Basel, January 2018/Balex AG