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- Piracy and Trademark Violations on the Rise in the EU
Provided by GRP Rainer LLP
Piracy and copyright infringements are on the increase. As such, it is all the more important to take appropriate measures to protect one’s trademarks and intellectual property.
- Bulgaria vs Cyprus - Citizenship by Investment Programs
Provided by Vasilev Law Office
Cyprus vs Bulgaria. How the two countries' “Citizenship by Investment” programs compare? Cyprus and Bulgaria – two countries with great seaside beaches and somewhat similar history. How do their investment citizenship programs compare though?
- Cypriot Citizenship by Investment Revised Scheme, Approved by the Cabinet Early September 2016
Provided by Patrikios Pavlou & Associates LLC
The main goal of the revised scheme is a further encouragement of Immediate Foreign Investments.
- Turkey’s Civil Offset Enthusiasm
Provided by Herdem Attorneys at Law
Most probably many people would not know more about where offset/industrial participation discussions were moving toward before the article titled “The defence industry: Guns and Sugar” has been published on The Economist’s 25 May 2013 dated issue.
- Child Abduction in Romania
Provided by Hammond, Minciu and Associates
The custody and control of children are under Romanian law that of the parents and to those who the courts delegate this authority. Parental authority involves both rights and obligations for the parents for the education and raising of children. The rule is that parental authority is exercised jointly by both parents, regardless of whether they are married or divorced.
- New EU Copyright Rules Aimed at Supporting Online Content Creators
Provided by GVZH Advocates
During the State of the Union 2016, the European Commission proposed the introduction of new and up to date EU copyright rules.
- New and Updated Regulation on the Naturalisation (Citizenship) of Investors in Cyprus by Investment
Provided by Economides Kranos & Co. LLC
The Council of Ministers of the Republic of Cyprus, on the 13th of September 2016 has issued an amended Regulation in relation to the Scheme for Naturalisation (Citizenship) of Investors in Cyprus by Exception.
- What You Need to Know About Franchise Agreements in Italy
Provided by Kenton Miles Legal Network
Franchise can be a wonderful approach to achieving success in life, as for many people owning a franchise can be a less risky alternative to a standard corporate job. Surely, the empowerment this strategy represents and the reliance on a consolidated brand can be an attractive opportunity, but it is important to carefully consider the terms of the agreement you sign when becoming a franchisee.
- Contractor Infringes an Architect’s Copyright in The Netherlands
Provided by AMS Advocaten
It is not unusual that a contractor is declared bankrupt during a construction project. Most of the time, the project is continued by another contractor. But what about the architect’s copyrights on the design in this situation? Can the new contractor simply use this design?
- Cyprus Property Transfer Fees and Immovable Property Tax Reduction
Provided by Antonis Paschalides & Co LLC
The law reducing the Cyprus Property Transfer Fees for transfers applies only to the first sale of a property and it abolishes or reduces Transfer Fees provided that the Contract of Sale has been deposited .