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- Recent Amendments and Modernisation of the Companies Act in Cyprus
Provided by Stelios Americanos & Co LLC
The Law amending the Companies Act, CAP 113, Number 4, of 2015 has been passed by the Cyprus parliament. It provides for significant changes to the Companies Act and modernises several of its provisions. The main changes are as follows:
- HRC Constance on Margin of Discretion and Liability of Managing Director
Provided by GRP Rainer LLP
Managing directors of a GmbH (German limited liability company) enjoy a margin of discretion within which they are not subject to personal liability. Even in the case of unjustifiable dealings, liability for shareholder-managing directors is not triggered until later on.
- Russian President Signed Capital Amnesty Law
Provided by Capital Legal Services, L.L.C.
Capital amnesty law is adopted granting release from criminal, administrative and tax liability for individuals who have voluntarily declared their property.
- UK Employee Share Options – Enterprise Management Incentives Option
Provided by Summerfield Browne Solicitors
What can early stage companies do to retain key personnel when they might not have sufficient funds to pay competitive salaries? This article considers one of the most popular employee share option schemes in the UK.
- Lawyer Tariff in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Provided by Advokatska Kancelarija Prnjavorac
In Bosnia and Herzegovina there are two lawyer tariffs in effect, for the territory of Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina applies the Lawyer Tariff of Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina “Official Gazette of Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina”, No.: 22/04 dated April 24, 2004 and 24/04 dated May 8, 2004, and for the territory of the Republic of Srpska, Tariff for Remuneration and Compensation of Costs for Services of Lawyers of the Republic of Srpska.
- Concept and Purposes of Due Diligence in Spain
Provided by Mariscal Abogados
The due diligence refers to an investigation procedure prior to acquiring or investing in a project. The aim of the due diligence is to give the investor or buyer a full knowledge of all the costs, benefits and risks involved in the transaction, so that he can take a reflexive decision.
- Don't Let Your Estate Agent Bully You
Provided by Levi Solicitors LLP
People frequently question in they have the right to their own conveyancing solicitor. Of course you are, you’re about to make the largest financial transaction of your life.
- Facebook Taken to Court by Belgium over Privacy Breach Claims
Provided by CSB Advocates
The Belgian Commission for Privacy Protection (CPP) is claiming that Facebook is monitoring the web movements of both users and non-users through plug-ins and cookies and gathering information about their browsing habits.
- New Procedure for Utilization and Disposal of Medicinal Products in Ukraine
Provided by Legal Alliance
Order of the MOH No 242 of 24.04.2015 approving new Regulations on utilization and disposal of medicinal products was published on the web-page of Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine.
- Cyprus Companies Law Further Amended
Provided by Soteris Flourentzos & Associates LLC
Cyprus is keen to preserve its favourable recognition amidst changes in the global economy. The aim of the new amendments to the Cyprus Companies Law, Cap. 113 (“CCL”) is therefore to ensure that Cyprus continues to offer a clear and stable approach to corporate law by updating or adapting a number of existing provisions to meet recent developments.