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- European Parliament Adopts the 5th Anti-Money Laundering Directive
Provided by Mamo TCV Advocates
Barely a year following the implementation of the 4th Anti-Money Laundering Directive, the European Parliament has adopted a new directive which aims to add further layers to the European anti-money laundering framework.
- Data Protection in Hungary: The Top 5 GDPR Myths Debunked
Provided by SMARTLEGAL Schmidt & Partners
Some GDPR myths make you see a problem where you should not, or what is even worse, they prevent you from detecting a problem when you should. To have a successful GDPR compliance project, you should avoid both above faults. To help you, we debunk the 5 GDPR myths that we faced the most often during our compliance projects.
- International Disputes: If You Want to Litigate, Be Careful Where You Do It
Provided by Jalsovszky Law Firm
From early this year a new law accords to states the jurisdiction over lawsuits, i.e. which country has the right to decide on cases having international elements. Nevertheless, it is still true that in international legal disputes one of the most important (and far from simple) issues is: which country’s court will decide the dispute and under which country’s laws.
- The Gay Cake Dilemma
Provided by Giambrone Law
Across the globe, there appears to be a legal quandary as to whether one legal right trumps another legal right, mainly that of religious expression v sexual orientation discrimination. This issue is being fought out in the surprising arena of bakeries.
- Trademarks: What Is the Opposition Process before the EUIPO?
Provided by A.G. Paphitis & Co LLC
The EUTM opposition procedure is deemed to be an administrative process under trademark law which allows third parties to challenge the validity of a pending trademark application or a registered trademark. Such opposition may be filled with the EUIPO.
- Opening a Representative Office in Italy
Provided by Arnone & Sicomo
The representative office is the easiest operating mode for foreign companies.
- Romanian Gambling Law Update
Provided by Hammond, Minciu and Associates
The whole gaming and gambling industry is in a dynamic changing phase. This is not only the games themselves but also how Governments view the industry, how it is controlled, how it is policed and how it can be made to benefit society.
- What Options Do We Have if a Party Fails to Meet a Closing Condition of a Share Purchase Agreement in Turkey?
Provided by MGC Legal
In practise, parties are most commonly exercising their termination rights if a party fails to meet a closing condition of a share purchase agreement. However, the termination right is not the only option for a party who would like to "complete", but not end the transaction.
- Enforcement of a Dutch Arbitration Award Is Easy
Provided by AMS Advocaten
More and more parties in the Netherlands are deciding to settle their disputes through arbitration rather than taking their disputes to court. Procedural Law Lawyer Onno Hennis explains why, and illustrates this by reference to a recent decision of the Court of Rotterdam.
- Foreign Entrepreneurs Should Know the Spanish "Operative" Holding Companies
Provided by Rodríguez Molnar & Asociados
While in effect for a number of years now, the Spanish tax regime on "Operational Holding Companies" is still the big unknown in the foreign investment scenario.