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- Brexit: What Is Theresa May Offering?
Provided by Giambrone Law
Since the Brexit vote one year ago, the destiny and the future of millions of EU citizens living in the UK, and about a million UK expats in other EU states has been covered with a veil of uncertainty.
- Necessary Documents for Opening of Liquidation Procedure of Company in Bulgaria
Provided by Valova & Angelova Law Firm
Before starting the company's liquidation, the manager of the company or his proxy must notify the relevant Tax Office for the liquidation.
- Occupational Rehabilitation Management Program and Dismissal Due to Illness in Germany
Provided by GRP Rainer LLP
In the case of sick employees, employers ought to closely explore the possibility of an occupational rehabilitation management program. Otherwise, dismissal due to illness may be invalid.
- Looking at Anti-Bribery Legislation in Turkey and Beyond
Provided by Guden Law Firm
Corruption is a widespread phenomenon in international business transactions all over the World. In accordance with corruption perception index 2014 results, published by Transparency International, Turkey is ranked 64 among 175 countries as most corrupted countries.
- Unlawful Building in Italy
Provided by Arnone & Sicomo
Unlawful building in Italy occurs whenever an urban intervention without the required license is undertaken. It constitutes an infringement both on penal and administrative level.
- Data Protection; Progresses Non-Stop in Turkey
Provided by Serap Zuvin Law Offices
Turkey is working full speed to comply with continuous developments in technology and set the international standards and draw up the security requirements especially on personal data.
- Contractor Hired External Advisor Without Permission?
Provided by AMS Advocaten
Contractors often hire external experts to provide specific recommendations and advice. Consider environmental reports with a construction contract, for example, or tax advice during an acquisition.
- Company Managers on the Blacklist in Hungary
Provided by Jalsovszky Law Firm
Many people could be in for a nasty surprise when trying to set up a company: the company court refuses to register the majority owner or managing director on grounds that the person is subject to a ban.
- International Arbitration of Global Legal Insights: Cyprus
Provided by Soteris Flourentzos & Associates LLC
There has been a large increase in the use of arbitration as a commercial dispute resolution method in Cyprus because of its development as an international business centre, but Cyprus has not yet succeeded in becoming a popular venue for international arbitrations. However, an increase in the initiation of litigation proceedings seeking interim relief of foreign arbitration procedures can also be identified.
- Transfer pricing: Hungarian Parliament Implemented the Country-by-Country Reporting Rules
Provided by KCG Partners Law Firm
The Hungarian Parliament modified the provisions on the implementation of the Country-by-Country Reporting (CbCR) system according to the 2016/1164 EU directive. These changes relate to the obligation of the transfer pricing documentation for multinational enterprises.