Regarding their location and respective history, Switzerland and France have long standing economical and legal connections.
Besides, the last conclusion of the Bilateral Agreements (Switzerland – European Union) has increased, on multiple aspects, the relations between the different Swiss and European actors.
Recently, individuals as well as companies have gained a wide flexibility: for individuals, regarding the choice of their place of work and residence and, for companies, with respect to the incorporation of their head office, branches and subsidiaries. Are particularly concerned expatriate and frontier workers, as well as cross-border incorporated companies.
Thus, and especially in the Geneva basin area, physical and moral persons are voluntarily, or not, confronted to Swiss, French and sometimes European laws. Therefore, a specific expertise is required, since the interaction between these legislations is nowadays unavoidable.
Indeed, in such a framework, it is imperative for each person to know the legal extent of its rights and obligations measured with respect to both French and Swiss relevant laws.
Only after a complete analysis of the ins and outs of each legal system, can a choice be complying with the concerned interests.