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- 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.
- NAV Is Coming to Hungary - 10 Questions You Should Know the Answer To
Provided by Jalsovszky Law Firm
Since the start of the year there have been new laws in place regulating tax audits and tax lawsuits. The stakes are pretty high: the National Tax and Customs Administration (NAV) conducts almost 30,000 audits annually, assessing tax deficiencies of about HUF 500 billion and imposing fines of almost the same amount. Therefore it is important to know the rights taxpayers have under the new rules and the most efficient ways to fight NAV.
- Do Not Play the Papers - 5 Must-Have Documents to be GDPR Compliant in Hungary
Provided by SMARTLEGAL Schmidt & Partners
Last week during a GDPR related meeting with one of our clients, he told us: honestly, I have the feeling that this GDPR project is all about paperwork. Although it is not entirely true, we totally agree with our client that a huge part of the compliance project is drafting and adopting several documents. In this article we summarized the 5 basic types of documents that you must have in order to achieve GDPR-compliance.
- 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.
- Initial Coin Offering (ICO) Through Cyprus
Provided by Kinanis LLC
Initial Coin Offering, known as “ICO”, is a relatively new phenomenon in the crowdfunding industry being the main subject of discussion in the Blockchain and financial communities.
- New Law on Money Laundering and Prevention of Terrorism in Belgium & EU
Provided by Peeters Advocaten-Avocats
On 16 October 2017, the new law on money laundering and prevention of terrorism has entered into force.
- Copyright Infringement Liability of Those Offering Unprotected WiFi Networks in the EU
Provided by ASV Law
Is a person who offers unprotected wireless network access liable for copyright infringement or are they a “mere conduit” where a third party uses that unprotected network to infringe copyright?
- Crowdfunding: The Basics
Provided by Serap Zuvin Law Offices
The term crowdfunding was used for the first time by Mr. Michael Sullivan back in 2006, who was looking for financial support for starting his video project. Crowdfunding became a huge hit especially after 2012, allowing thousands of entrepreneurs to make their dreams come true.
- Does ‘On-Call’ Time Qualify as ‘Working Time in the EU?
Provided by Mamo TCV Advocates
The European Court of Justice defines further the concept of ‘working time.’