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- Import Duties in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Provided by Advokatska Kancelarija Prnjavorac
Indirect Taxation Authority is responsible for the collection of all customs duties.
- The Attractiveness of Ukraine as a Country for Obtaining a Residence Permit
Provided by Kydalov & Partners
Ukraine can be considered as an attractive country for foreigners wishing to immigrate to Europe. Let’s consider the benefits of migration to Ukraine in comparison with other countries and consider the so-called business immigration.
- BGH Rules in Favour of Chocolate Bears in Case Concerning Trademark Law in Germany
Provided by GRP Rainer LLP
In its judgment of September 23, 2015, the BGH (German Federal Court of Justice) ruled in a legal dispute involving trademark law in favour of chocolate teddies, which were said not to have infringed the rights associated with the wordmark “Goldbären” (gold bears) (Az.: I ZR 105/14).
- Corporate Shareholder Agreements in the UK – Strategic Considerations
Provided by Summerfield Browne Solicitors
Corporate Shareholder Agreements are a vital component of any collaboration and/ or investment and it is important to evaluate the strategic aspects or a Shareholders Agreement before starting the venture.
- 2015 Polish “Indian Summer” Changes in the Copyright Regulations
Provided by Lewandowski Gradek Lewandowska IPLaw Office
Similarly to prior years, we have a beautiful Indian summer in Poland which brings changes to our copyright law. On the 11th September 2015, the Polish Parliament passed a new legal act, which introduces some significant changes into the Polish Copyright Act. Some of them, were required by the European law; other ones were intended to meet expectations of members of the Polish domestic legal market. This article will present the most notable, newly introduced, amendments.
- Incorporation of a Cyprus Company – Legal Aspects and Advantages
Provided by Christos Paraskevas LLC
The formation of a company in Cyprus is a simple and straightforward process and offers huge tax advantages.
- Can Copyright Be Claimed by Athletes in their Sporting Performances?
Provided by CSB Advocates
One may question whether athletes would be able to claim copyright on their performance. It is well known that artists are able to do so and in fact do claim copyright on their work, such as song writing.
- Seconding Employees from Bulgaria Abroad
Provided by Delchev & Partners
A general principle of the Bulgarian labour law related to the secondment of employees from Bulgaria is the prohibition of a unilateral amendment by the employer of the employment agreement, a substantial element of which is the place of work.
- Setting Up a Branch in Spain
Provided by Mariscal Abogados
Some basic notes on the concept, main characteristics, process of formation and fiscal regime applicable to a Spanish branch, one of the main ways of investing in Spain.
- Cyprus International Trust Law
Provided by Michael Chambers & Co. LLC
Cyprus International Trust Law establishes Cyprus as an attractive centre for international trusts.