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- Cancellation Agreement and Threat of Exceptional Notice of Dismissal in Germany
Provided by GRP Rainer LLP
Employers threatening to issue a notice of dismissal with immediate effect ought to have serious grounds for terminating the employment relationship. That was the verdict of the Landesarbeitsgericht (LAG) Köln [Regional Labour Court of Cologne] (Az.: 11 Sa 114/16).
- 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”.
- Unjustified Suspension of Payment of Shares in the Netherlands: What Are the Consequences?
Provided by AMS Advocaten
A debtor whose claim has become due and payable to his creditor is authorised to suspend compliance with his commitment – e.g. payment – until the creditor fulfils his claim (art. 6:52 of the Dutch Civil Code).
- Can Your IP Disclose Your ID?
Provided by GVZH Advocates
An “IP”, or “internet protocol” is a unique series of numbers allocated to each and every device connected to a network, including and most notable the internet. Similar to your physical home address to which postal articles are addressed and delivered, internet traffic is delivered to your computer’s address i.e. your IP address.
- The Silent Partnership under German Law
Provided by Rose & Partner LLP
German law provides for a large number of different financing instruments which have in common that they allow for straight forward financing for both start ups and established businesses. In what follows we highlight one of these instruments, the silent partnership:
- Procedure of Issuing Work permits for Foreigners Amended in Ukraine
Provided by DLF Attorneys at Law
On 23 May 2017, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine adopted the Law of Ukraine On Amending Several Legislative Acts of Ukraine regarding Eliminating Barriers to Attract Foreign Investment, which introduces major amendments to the Law of Ukraine On Employment. The Law shall enter into force on 27 September 2017.
- Mandatory Mediation in Labor Disputes in Turkey
Provided by Serap Zuvin Law Offices
Mediation, as one of the alternative dispute resolution methods, has been introduced into the Turkish Law system with the Law on Mediation in Civil Disputes (“Law”) (Hukuk Uyuşmazlıklarında Arabuluculuk Kanunu).
- European Arrest Warrant
Provided by Arnone & Sicomo
The European arrest warrant (EAW) is a legal procedure which consists in the request by an EU Member State's judicial authority to another State to arrest and surrender an individual who lives within its own territory.
- Land Purchase in Romania
Provided by Hammond, Minciu and Associates
The return of part of land to the original owners and the acquisition and ownership of land in Romania still raises many issues twenty-seven years after the change in Government and political thinking. As towns and cities continue to expand factories and offices are being built on the outskirts and on land that was originally not within the town boundaries.
- Meritas: European Guide to International Mobility, Switzerland Chapter
Provided by Wenger & Vieli Ltd.
The internationalisation of business has resulted in the growing need for companies to relocate their staff overseas. There is also increasing diversification of assignment types, with international secondments and shorter-term assignments now being the norm. Effective international mobility of personnel has, therefore, become a major task facing any international or expansion-minded business and getting joined up advice in this area is an even greater challenge.