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- Polish Bill of Exchange Law
Provided by Dudkowiak & Kopec Law Firm
As a loan document the bill of exchange appeared somewhere in Italy at the turn of the twelfth and thirteenth century in the transactions of merchants and bankers. At that particular time Northern Italy was divided into a number of small sovereign states. Each of them was beating its own coins. This forced the buyer to permanent currency exchange in case they wanted to go shopping to the neighbors. At some moment to simplify the transaction they started to use the services of bankers.
- Due Diligence Analysis Is Important To Reduce Potential Risks When Buying A Company – Corporate Law
Provided by GRP Rainer LLP
A Due Diligence analysis when buying a company means to investigate the company in an economic, legal and technical sense prior to signing the purchasing agreement.
- Ship Arrest, Release and Sale within the Jurisdiction of Cyprus
Provided by Michael Chambers & Co. LLC
Ship arrest practice in the Republic of Cyprus is enforced by the Administration of Justice Act Part 1 of the Arrest Convention in 1952, as adopted by the United Kingdom, by virtue of Cyprus’ Constitution and section 29 of Law the Courts of Justice Act (14/60).
- Comparative Legal Analysis on the Legislations regarding Corruption and Bribery in Turkey
Provided by Serap Zuvin Law Offices
This article is a comparative legal analysis, which points out the adaptability of the legislation in Turkey and the international agreements on corruption and bribery, whereas also points out the differences of the legislation between Turkey, India and United States of America on the contemplated subject.
- Merkel Calls for Data Protection Reform in Europe
Provided by CSB Advocates
The strengthening of data protection laws in Europe has been a pet cause for German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, for some time now. In July 2013, Merkel was strongly backed by the European commission in her call for tougher data protection laws, particularly in the ICT sector.
- 2013 Turkey Energy Report
Provided by Herdem & Co. Attorneys at Law
Turkish economic growth that had been going on for more than a decade have created a strong economy that is based on high demand for energy.
- A Brief Look into Turkish Promissory Note System
Provided by Aydin Orhan Law Firm
The aim of this article is to provide an insight on the Turkish negotiable instrument system and promissory notes in particular. The article outlines the important facts regarding the promissory notes.
- Various Means of Reducing Legal Counsel Fees in M&A Projects
Provided by Egorov, Mazavina, Petrov and Partners
Legal counsel fees are usually one of the most wishful targets for reduction by industrial clients. However, not all the clients know how effectively reduce legal fees without loosing appropriate level of comfort and quality of legal services. This article sets out available means of reduction legal counsel fees.
- New Administrative Courts in Albania
Provided by LPA Law Firm Albania
Since May 2012 , the Albania Parliament adopted the law on the establishment and functioning of Administrative Courts in all three levels of the judiciary , including the Administrative College of Supreme Court .
- International Marriages: What Foreign Parents Should Know
Provided by Kydalov & Partners
International marriages have become very often in modern society. The informational era of development presupposes the process of fast globalization and destroying all the borders between countries and peoples of the world. Ukraine is not an exception: Ukrainian women create families with the men from the Western Europe and the USA. Quite often, these marriages make the spouses happy.