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- Ukraine: Country without Opposition to Trademark Registration?
Provided by IPStyle
The opposition to the trademark registration in many countries is a popular tool for protecting companies’ interests. However, the availability of such mechanism in Ukraine has not yet resulted in growing demand for it.
- Greek Citizenship for People with Greek Origins
Provided by Dafni Siopi & Associates
People from all around the world who have Greek origins quite often approach our firm in order to be informed about the procedure and the prerequisites of staking claim at the Greek citizenship. Most of them are people who were born outside from Greece to parents or grandparents or even great-grandparents who were Greek citizens.
- Receipt of Romanian Court Proceedings
Provided by Hammond, Minciu and Associates
Civil law is by it’s very nature is rule driven. There is little or no discretion in relation to the implementation and the interpretation of the law. Judges are not required to decide on the merits of a case but only to apply the facts of a case in accordance with the legal provisions.
- Deletion, Disposal or Anonymization of Personal Data in Turkey
Provided by Serap Zuvin Law Offices
Data protection has become a significant concern due to the increased use of technology. Turkey took its shape in this progress and enacted several legislations in order to establish the fundamentals of data privacy and not to be left behind the international standards.
- Sex Orientation Trumps Faith in Two Landmark Discrimination Cases
Provided by Giambrone Law
Discrimination for whatever reason is generally wholly disapproved of and there is legislation to prevent a raft of different forms of discrimination including age, sex, race, religion and sexual orientation. However it becomes almost Orwellian when two arguments for discrimination appear to be on a collision course as in the cases of the Christian bakers and the Irish “gay” cake and the American wedding cake.
- Effects of State of Emergency Law in Turkey on Prison Sentences Under Criminal Execution Laws
Provided by ADMD Law Office
With the Statutory Decree No.671 dated August 17, 2016, and the recent changes with Regulations No.29987 and No.29824 on Regulation Regarding an Amendment on Placement to Open Punishment Execution Facilities effecting execution of the Law No.5275 on Punishment Execution Law has introduced significant changes.
- Italian Visa: How to Obtain It
Provided by Arnone & Sicomo
An Italian visa is essential to transit or to stay in the so-called “Bel Paese”.
- The Geo-Blocking of Digital Media in the EU Will Soon Belong in the Past
Provided by Peeters Advocaten-Avocats
Netflix subscribers have most likely already had the experience of not being able to watch their TV shows or movies during a stay in another EU Member State because these are unavailable over there. In the future, it will not be the case anymore.
- How to Win a Tax Lawsuit in Hungary . . . Easily, Quickly and Simply
Provided by Jalsovszky Law Firm
Winning a tax lawsuit is a difficult and lengthy process, and often there are no guarantees of victory even when you’re totally confident that you correctly accounted for every transaction. So it’s worth paying particular attention to the opportunities for triumphing over the tax authority relatively easily and without any complications. What is more, recent case law has expanded the range of these options.
- How to Incorporate Your Startup Business in Serbia
Provided by Petrovic Mojsic & Partners
The best way to go further in developing your ideas is actually to start your business and to incorporate the company. The most common company legal form for startups is Limited Liability Company (hereinafter: “LLC”).