Law Firms, Lawyers in Europe
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- German Federal Government Planning Reforms to Temporary Employment
Provided by GRP Rainer LLP
The German federal government is planning to reform the Act Regulating the Supply of Temporary Workers (Gesetz zur Regelung der gewerbsmäßigen Arbeitnehmerüberlassung (AÜG)), which is to say that the rules regarding sub-contracted and temporary employment are to be revised.
- How to Protect and Save Assets that Remained in Crimea
Provided by Kydalov & Partners
As a result of the illegal annexation of the Crimea by the Russian Federation, many owners of the property and assets in the Crimea have gotten quite difficult issue: how to protect and save these assets?
- Firms with Intellectual Property Rights Perform Better
Provided by CSB Advocates
A report published by the Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market – ‘Intellectual property rights and firm performance in Europe: an economic analysis’ – sheds light on the link between companies with intellectual property rights and a superior economic position.
- How Can an EU Citizen Reside in Bulgaria?
Provided by Delchev & Partners
Following the accession of Bulgaria to the European Union (“EU”) every national of an EU Member State (i.e. every EU citizen) can freely enter and exit Bulgaria with only a valid personal identity card or passport.
- Worried about Employees Taking Advantage of Your Business?
Provided by Summerfield Browne Solicitors
Employers should be aware that terms may be implied into an employment contract in circumstances where there are no equivalent express terms agreed between the parties. A term may be implied into an employment contract by common law or statute and they fall into the following categories: (i) terms implied in fact; (ii) terms implied by law; (iii) terms implied by custom and practice; and (iv) terms implied or modified by statute.
- Labour Immigration to Austria for Highly Qualified Individuals under the "Red-White-Red" Card
Provided by Rihs Rechtsanwalt
A well accepted and successful labour immigration scheme is the Austrian Red-White-Red-card, a national equivalent to the EU Blue Card. The Red-White-Red card is issued to third-country-nationals who intend to access the Austrian labour market and permanently settle in Austria and who fulfil the legal criteria. It may be granted for employees as well as self-employed applicants.
- Recognize and Enforce a Judgment in France
Provided by Terence Richoux
All foreign Judgments, court decisions or arbitral awards are not automatically enforceable in France. It is an essential issue for many foreigners who want to assert their rights in France since, without an official recognition, the Judgment they obtained will have no effect.
- Registration of Immovable Property in Albania
Provided by LPA Law Firm
In accordance with law no. 33/2012 “On the Registration of Immovable Property” immovable property should be registered in the immovable property register. This register is open to the public and is administrated by local Immovable Property Registration Offices. The local Immovable Property Registration Offices report to the Immovable Property Registration Office which is governed by a Board of Directors and the Chief Registrar.
- Collective Agreements in Spain
Provided by Mariscal Abogados
Collective agreements are agreements between unions and employers that establish wages, work schedule and other work conditions. Additionally, these agreements allow the adjustment of the rules of the company’s business sector.
- Changes in Advertising Law of Russia
Provided by Capital Legal Services, L.L.C.
Provisions of the Advertising Law are detailed as regards limiting the sound level for advertisements entered into effect on May 25, 2015. Illegal use of intellectual property in advertising does not violate advertising laws. Stricter liability for credit institutions for violations in advertising financial services.