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- Dismissal Due to Illness Only Possible in Germany in the Case of a Negative Health Prognosis
Provided by GRP Rainer LLP
While it is a relatively widespread misconception that employees cannot be dismissed while they are sick, dismissal due to illness does require certain conditions be fulfilled.
- Recognition of Russian Court Decisions in Turkey
Provided by Cindemir Law Office
Under Turkish Law, there is a difference between recognition of foreign decision and enforcement of the decision. Applicant may ask recognition of the foreign decision solely but the decision on recognition will not enable applicant to enforce the decision by the execution department.
- New Requirement for All Issuers Operating on the Luxembourg Stock Exchange
Provided by Arendt & Medernach
On 10 August 2017 the Luxembourg Stock Exchange announced that all domestic and foreign issuers operating on the regulated market (Bourse de Luxembourg) or on the multilateral trading facility (Euro MTF) of the Luxembourg Stock Exchange must provide their legal entity identifier (“LEI”) codes to the Luxembourg Stock Exchange before 15 September 2017.
- Protection of Foreign Investments in Cyprus
Provided by Antoniou McCollum & Co.
Cyprus provides an established, stable and solid legislative framework under which foreign investment is protected. EU law, Cypriot constitutional law and bilateral and multilateral investment treaties to which Cyprus is a party comprise the framework under which foreign investment is protected in Cyprus.
- How Can a Foreigner Buy Real Estate in Ukraine?
Provided by DLF Attorneys at Law
The Ukrainian legislation ensures that foreigners exercise all rights and freedoms as well as obligations under the same conditions as Ukrainian citizens (subject to some exceptions provided for by the laws). Ukrainian laws impose almost no restrictions on the acquisition of real estate in Ukraine by foreigners.
- Grounds for Refusing to Provide Information at the Request of the Fiscal Body in Ukraine
Provided by CPS Attorneys
If the text of the request of the fiscal body on information proving does not contain the grounds for such request according Cl. 73.3 Art. 73 of the Tax Code of Ukraine, then there are grounds for refusing to provide information on such a request.
- Aircraft Finance in Turkey
Provided by Yurdakul International Legal Consultancy
The volume of aircraft financing in Turkey has recently increased due to the reduction of costs in general and securities as well as the stable economic atmosphere in Turkey.
- Russia Forces Opponents to Negotiate Rather than to Litigate
Provided by IPStyle
12 July 2017 in Russia came into force a law amending the legislation regarding the pretrial settlement of disputes.
- Drink-Driving in Italy
Provided by Arnone & Sicomo
Drink-Driving in Italy is an offence punished with contravention, and of competence of the Court in monocratic composition, in accordance with articles 186 and 186 bis of the Traffic Code.
- U.S. Regulators Move on Several Fraudulent Trading Companies.
Provided by Giambrone Law
The American regulator Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has demonstrated a thorough and robust attitude to rooting out and prosecuting fraudulent binary options trading. On Monday 10 July 2017 CFTC complaint against Californian Jason Scharf was unsealed and it was announced that Mr. Scharf was to be charged with “illicitly referring clients to binary options brokers via several offshore businesses”.