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- The Legal Regulation of the State Geological Studies of Subsoil Use in Kazakhstan
Provided by Integrites
As stated by the government, geological study is one of the priorities of industrial development of Kazakhstan. Despite the rich mineral resources, replenishing the mineral resource base remains as an urgent and serious problem for the state.
- Foreign Employees Will Be Freed from Taking an Exam in the Russian Language
Provided by Levine Bridge Law Firm
The Federal Migration Service has received a proposal from Business Ombudsman Boris Titov, according to which foreign citizens are to be exempt from taking the exam on the Russian language, Russian history and the basics of Russian legislation, if these foreign citizens are employed in Russia for no longer than 12 months.
- Following Ruling Against Top Manager – Compliance Becoming Increasingly Important
Provided by GRP Rainer LLP
It is clear following the spectacular ruling against a former top manager that case law is becoming tougher and compliance increasingly important for businesses and corporations.
- Company Service Providers in Malta
Provided by CSB Advocates
In terms of the the MFSA Rules for Company Service Providers (“CSPs”), CSPs are required to submit a Certificate of Compliance and an Annual Financial Return.
- What is a Statement of Succession
Provided by De Tullio Law Firm
A statement of Succession “Dichiarazione di Successione” is required whether the deceased is intestate or has, through an Italian Will, determined testamentary succession, within one year of death.
- The Right to Place Items on the Agenda: A Powerful Weapon for Shareholders
Provided by AMS Advocaten
The right to place items on the agenda can be a powerful tool. In this way shareholders can apply pressure to the board, or, as the case may be, the company. Recently, a dispute about adding an item to the agenda of a meeting at Fugro by Boskalis was submitted to the court in preliminary relief proceedings.
- Risks for Foreigners when Obtaining Ukrainian Citizenship or Residency Permit
Provided by Kydalov & Partners
Ukraine is now quite good country to immigrate, especially for Middle East citizens who move to Ukraine to have better work. Also, many students from other countries decide to remain in Ukraine after finishing university.
- Overview of Cyprus Merger Control Rules
Provided by Anastasios Antoniou LLC
The Cypriot regime governing the control of concentrations is often surprising for foreign businesses and their counsel, due to the relatively low thresholds. Considering however that entirely foreign-to-foreign mergers and acquisitions, as well as joint ventures, can be caught under the Cypriot merger control regime, we have authored this note as guidance to all parties involved in a transaction that meets the jurisdictional thresholds that trigger a Cyprus filing.
- Shareholder Agreements under English Law – Basic Share Structure and Share Transfer Considerations
Provided by Summerfield Browne Solicitors
If you have more than one shareholder in your company, then you should consider agreeing the terms of a shareholders agreement which regulates the rights and obligations of shareholders.
- “Off-shore” Restrictions of Grant Legislation Pose Unnecessary Threats to Multinationals
Provided by Jalsovszky Law Firm
The “anti-offshore” law relating to the use of public funds, introduced in 2011, aimed to prevent off-shore companies with unidentifiable ownership structure from acquiring grants out of domestic and EU public funds. The original intention of the legislation seriously distorted, however. Numerous innocent foreign-owned firms, including Hungarian subsidiaries of US-based multinational firms got trapped by the rules.