Raima Law
Luzernerstrasse 3
CH-6343 Rotkreuz

Phone +41 76 395 16 14

Raima Law is a single enterprise based in Rotkreuz, Switzerland. It is not registered in the commercial register and is represented by Mrs Raima Sherifoska. She is registered as an Attorney-at-Law and Civil Law Notary in the Bar Register of the Canton of Zug and is subject to the supervision of the Supervisory Bar Commission of the Canton of Zug.

Privacy Policy

We take the protection of your personal data very seriously, handle it responsibly and treat your personal data confidentially and in accordance with the statutory data protection regulations. This Privacy Policy explains below how we process your personal data.

By accessing or using this website, you expressly consent to the collection and use of your personal data as described in this Privacy Policy.

  1. Scope

This Privacy Policy applies to all processing activities in connection with personal data relating to the use of this website by Internet users.

  1. Legal basis

We process your data in accordance with the Swiss Data Protection Act and, where applicable, the EU General Data Protection Regulation.

  1. Processing of personal data

Personal data is any information relating to an identified or identifiable individual. Processing includes any handling of personal data, regardless of the means and procedures used, in particular the storage, disclosure, acquisition, deletion, retention, modification, destruction and use of personal data.

We collect and process your information to provide our services to you, to run our company's business, to monitor and analyze our business, and to improve our services and products to you. We use this information to promote and develop our business relationship with you, to ensure the smooth functioning and system security of our website and to improve the website and analyze its use, and to comply with our legal obligations to identify clients.

We collect and process personal data about clients and potential clients, associated persons, counterparties, authorities, courts, third parties and other persons, as well as their representatives and beneficial owners. We also collect and process data when you provide services or products to us, when we review your products or services, and generally when you request information from us or send us information. The types of data we collect include, for example, name and contact details (such as address, email address and telephone number), nationality, business sectors of interest, professional background and information of any kind from correspondence, contacts and interactions with us. We also process information of any kind that is disclosed to us as part of our services or that we collect ourselves. Exceptionally, this information may also include sensitive personal data. If your consent is required for the processing of particularly sensitive personal data, we obtain this consent in advance. Finally, the server of our website temporarily stores information about accesses from you. This information includes, among other things, the IP address, the date and time of access, the name and URL of the file accessed, the website from which access was made, the browser used (including version), the operating system (including version) of the computer used and the name of the user's access provider.

We obtain the information directly from you, our clients, other involved persons and their respective agents and employees. We may also receive or obtain personal information from third parties such as employers, other organizations with which you have dealings, regulators, government agencies, courts, other law firms or other advisors. We also obtain personal information from publicly available sources. If we need information to accept or conduct an engagement and you do not provide it to us, we cannot act on your behalf.

  1. Protection of your data

We take appropriate measures to ensure that your personal data cannot be accessed or stolen by unauthorized third parties. In particular, we use technical measures (e.g. SSL encryption, password protection, etc.) to ensure that only authorized persons have access to this data. We are subject to the legal attorney-client privilege.

We expressly point out that, despite all measures taken, data transmission on the Internet can have security gaps (e.g. when communicating by e-mail) and therefore complete protection of data against access by third parties cannot be guaranteed in every case.

  1. Cookies

Cookies are small text files that enable specific information related to the user to be stored on the user's terminal device while the user is using the website. Cookies make it possible in particular to determine the frequency of use and the number of users of the pages, to analyze behavioral patterns of page use, but also to make our offer more customer friendly. Cookies remain stored beyond the end of a browser session and can be retrieved when you visit the site again. If you do not wish this to happen, you should set your Internet browser to refuse cookies, as most Internet browsers automatically accept cookies. However, you can configure your browser in such a way that no cookies are stored on your computer or that a notice always appears when you receive a new cookie. The most commonly used cookies are so-called session cookies, which are automatically deleted after you end your visit. Other cookies remain stored on your terminal device until you delete them. These cookies allow us to recognize you as a visitor on your next visit and thus provide you with a better visitor experience.

We use cookies on our website to provide you with more targeted information. Cookies provide us with information about the use of our website. In doing so, we collect certain personal data from you, such as domain name, user settings, your session ID and your visitor time (timestamp), as well as other metadata, if applicable.

  1. Google Analytics

We use Google Analytics. This is a web analytics service provided by Google Inc, USA (hereinafter "Google"). Google uses cookies to collect anonymous information, for example the number of visitors to the website, where visitors log in from, which pages they view and how long they stay on our website. We generally do not transmit any personal data to Google (including IP addresses). 

For the web analytics through Google Analytics the controller uses the application "{ 'anonymize_ip': true }". By means of this application the IP address of the Internet connection of the data subject is abridged by Google and anonymised when accessing our websites from a Member State of the European Union or another Contracting State to the Agreement on the European Economic Area.

Google may, however, track your use of the website, combine this information with data from other websites you have visited that are also tracked by Google, and use these insights for its own purposes (e.g., controlled advertising). Insofar as you have registered with Google yourself, Google also knows you. The processing of your personal data by Google is then the responsibility of Google and in accordance with its data protection provisions.

  1. Data transfer to third parties

Where necessary or appropriate for the provision of our services or the fulfillment of the other purposes defined in this Privacy Policy, we may disclose to third parties (such as service providers, consultants, related parties, courts, authorities, counterparties and others) in Switzerland, the EU or other countries personal data that we collect in the course of providing our services, when you contact us or when you visit our website. We may further disclose personal information to third parties if:

  • you have given your consent to do so, where required, or the organization for which you work has obtained your consent to do so, where required;
  • we are required to do so by legal, regulatory or business obligations (for example, to comply with money laundering or sanctions regulations);
  • it is necessary in connection with legal proceedings, or to assert or defend claims.

We work with third parties who provide services to us and may share your personal information with them, for example, banks, insurance companies or IT providers who may have access to your personal information during software support.

If these third parties are located outside of Switzerland or the EU, we will only share your data subject to the condition that such country provides an adequate data protection.

  1. Retention period of your data

We retain your personal data for as long as it is necessary for the purposes for which it is processed. Furthermore, we retain your personal data in order to comply with legal and regulatory documentation and retention obligations, as long as claims could be asserted against us or as long as legitimate interests, in particular the security of our data, require. Data that is no longer necessary and for which there is no legal obligation to retain it will be destroyed once the purpose and justification no longer apply.

  1. Information on the website

The information published on this website is for general information purposes only. It does not represent any advice related to a specific case or a specific person.

In addition, the information published on the website (telephone numbers, e-mail addresses, map, etc.) allows you to contact us.

The information published on this website can be modified or deleted at any time and without any restrictions.

  1. Links to other websites or contents

This website may contain various links or plugins to other websites, third-party platforms (e.g. Google Maps, etc.) or social media platforms (such as LinkedIn, etc.). As a visitor to this website, by selecting and accessing these links, you acknowledge and agree that separate terms and conditions of use and data protection of the relevant platform operators apply to the relevant platforms and/or third party sites, which are not the responsibility of us.

  1. Your rights

You have the following rights:

  • You may request information about your personal data and certain aspects of its processing;
  • You can request information about the legal basis for data processing;
  • You may request correction of your personal data;
  • You may request the deletion of your personal data;
  • You may request the restriction of the processing of your personal data;
  • You may object to the processing of your personal data;
  • You may at any time withdraw the consent you have given.

If you have consented to the collection, processing or transfer of your personal data for a specific purpose, you may withdraw your consent for that specific processing at any time. Once we have received notice that you are withdrawing your consent, we will no longer process your personal data for those particular purposes unless there is another legitimate interest in doing so.

Please note that the granting of these rights may be refused or restricted in part for legal reasons or based on data protection law. We may refuse to provide information to the extent permitted or required by data protection law or other laws, particularly attorney-client privilege. We will inform you of the reasons for our decision if legally required or permitted.

If you wish to exercise your rights, please contact us in writing by email or postal mail at:

Raima Law
Luzernerstrasse 3
CH-6343 Rotkreuz

In principle, no fee is due for the exercise of your rights. However, we may charge a fee, especially in the case of disproportionate effort, about which we will inform you.

If you feel that we have not handled your request or concern to your satisfaction, or if you believe that we are not processing your data in a manner that complies with data protection law, you may contact the relevant supervisory authority; in Switzerland, the Federal Data Protection and Information Commissioner.

  1. Modification of this privacy policy

We reserve the right to update and amend this Privacy Policy at any time. All changes and updates will be posted regularly on our website. The current Privacy Policy can be accessed at any time here.

As of March 2022