Law Firms, Lawyers in Europe
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- No Breaks for Kit-Kat
Provided by CSB Advocates
The latest in Nestlé’s attempt to trademark its iconic four-finger chocolate is at odds with EU law.
- Cyprus and Iran - New Double Tax Treaty
Provided by Stelios Americanos & Co LLC
During a recent visit of a senior Iranian delegation to Cyprus, the Cyprus-Iran DTT was signed. The DTT is yet to be ratified or come into force, a fact that is expected to happen in the next few months.
- EU Planning Tax Reforms
Provided by GRP Rainer LLP
The European Union wants to change its tax policy. One of its aims is for businesses in future to pay tax on their profits in the state in which they are generated.
- Major Changes in Dutch Corporate Statute Governing Netherlands BV-Companies
Provided by KerkmanLaw
On October 1, 2012, major changes to Dutch corporate statute governing Dutch companies with limited liability (the so-called ‘besloten vennootschap’ or ‘BV’), have taken effect.
- The Steps Leading up to Mergers and Acquisitions in The Netherlands
Provided by AMS Advocaten
The different steps of the process leading to a merger or company acquisition in The Netherlands. One of these steps is the due diligence investigation, that serves to provide insight in the position of the company in question. In this way, potential risks can be assessed to facilitate a well-considered decision on whether to go ahead with the transaction and to balance the terms of the purchase agreement.
- Trade Mark Infringement – Assessing the Merits of a Claim for Infringement in the UK
Provided by Summerfield Browne Solicitors
Brand identity and protecting it from abuse is key to the success of any business. Guidance on evaluating whether a registered trade mark has been infringed in the United Kingdom.
- Public Procurement Disputes in Romania
Provided by Ion Florin Chivu Law Offices
For both local Romanian investors and also foreign investors interested in obtaining public contracts in Romania it is very important to be familiar with the local public procurement legislation, out of which the most delicate part is the one pertaining to the public procurement disputes.
- House Move Gone Wrong - Suing My Conveyancer
Provided by Levi Solicitors LLP
Moving home is a stressful experience at the best of times. Luckily you can entrust your conveyancing solicitor to sort all legal aspects – content that they know best and one less concern for you! However, what do you do when moving house goes terribly wrong?
- The Spanish Copyright Law
Provided by Mariscal Abogados
Thanks to the introduction of the European directives, copyright law has been harmonized throughout the European territory, including Spain, and has strengthened legal protection of creators.
- Russian Labor Law Amendments
Provided by Capital Legal Services, L.L.C.
A 7-day period is fixed for employers to inform of grounds for denial of employment and an obligation is imposed to extend a fixed-term agreement until the end of maternity leave.