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- Exceptional Notice Terminating the Employment Relationship for Good Cause in Germany
Provided by GRP Rainer LLP
Employers that wish to issue an employee with exceptional notice of dismissal need to be able to cite good cause for this action. Otherwise, the notice of dismissal is generally ineffective.
- Compensation from a Skiing Accident
Provided by Arnone & Sicomo
Ski accident damage: compensation in civil and criminal matters.
- Wills Must Be Respected in UK, as the Supreme Court Ruling on the Challenge by Heather Ilott Reminds Us
Provided by Giambrone Law
The well documented case of Heather Ilott and her attempt to overturn her Mother’s will appears to have come to an end with the Supreme Court ruling that, whilst she may have be granted some money from her Mother’s estate, it is a far smaller sum than the Court of Appeal awarded.
- Purchasing Immovable Property from Individuals in Russia: Why Marital Status of the Seller Is Important
Provided by Mosgo & Partners Law Firm
When buying immovable property or shares in a company from an individual in Russia, one should take into account the potential rights of the seller’s spouse.
- Work Permit for Foreign Citizens in the Republic of Serbia
Provided by Petrovic Mojsic & Partners
The Employment of Foreign citizens in the Republic of Serbia is regulated by the Law on Employment of Foreign Citizens (“Off. Gazette of RS” No. 128/14), (hereinafter referred to as the “Law“) and the Rulebook on work permits for employment (“Off. Gazette of RS” No. 94 / 15).
- Changes in Foreigners’ Employment Procedure in Ukraine
Provided by DLF Attorneys at Law
On 03 February 2017, the changes to the Procedure of issuing, prolongation and annulling the work permit for foreigners and stateless persons in Ukraine came into force.
- Trademark Coexistence Agreements
Provided by Krasimira Kadieva
Trademarks are graphically represented signs, which are used to distinguish and identify the goods of one manufacturer or seller from those of another.
- End to n Unjust Fine in Hungary?
Provided by Jalsovszky Law Firm
Under current practice the Tax and Customs Administration (NAV) fines taxpayers that are caught with a VAT shortfall even if the budget has sustained no losses. An opinion recently published by the Advocate General of the European Court of Justice could spell the end for this extremely unfair and much criticised procedure.
- Successive Term of Employment in The Netherlands: What Are the Criteria?
Provided by AMS Advocaten
In a recent Supreme Court judgement, the Dutch Court of Appeal was reprimanded because in a dispute between an employee and employer it had not examined whether there was a successive term of employment.
- Due Diligence Process
Provided by Torrente
The due diligence is one of the most important aspects when purchasing a property. There are at least three kind of due diligence.