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- Songwriters Legal Guide
Provided by Simons Rodkin Solicitors LLP
Introductory Legal Guide for Songwriters.
- Visa and Residence Permit in Albania
Provided by LPA Law Firm
Albania is relatively easy to access. Foreign citizens can enter Albania a er presenting valid passports or any other valid traveling document
- Personal Criminal Liability in Cyprus when Issuing a Cheque on Behalf of the Company
Provided by Soteris Pittas & Co LLC
A bouncing cheque (see Art. 305A Criminal Code - Chapter 154) is an offence of strict liability for its issuer.
- Romanian Insolvency Law
Provided by Hammond, Minciu and Associates
What do you do when the company with whom you have been trading goes into insolvency. The first reaction is to blame someone.
- A New Cybercrime Court Complex to Be Built Close to Fleet Street
Provided by Giambrone Law
The City of London Corporation, HM Courts and Tribunal Services (HMCTS), the Ministry of Justice and senior judges are backing the plan to build a specialist court which will principally focus on the rising “new age” crimes of cybercrime and financial fraud in all its variations. The court will also hear criminal and civil cases that are, at present, heard at the various City of London courts.
- Enforcement in Italy of Sentences Issued by European Courts
Provided by SMAF & Associati, studio legale
The EC Regulation No. 44/2001 of Dec. 22, 2000 (which substituted Brussel Convention of 27th September 1968) allows the recognition and enforcement in Italy of decisions on civil and commercial matters issued by courts of other member states of European Union.
- Vehicular Manslaughter in Italy: A New Criminal Offense
Provided by Arnone & Sicomo
Vehicular homicide in Italy is governed by Article 589 bis of the Criminal Code, as separate criminal offense introduced by the new law no. 41 dated March 23rd 2016 on vehicular homicide.
- Identity Malta Agency Updates Citizenship Rules
Provided by GVZH Advocates
Identity Malta, the agency responsible for the administration of Malta’s citizenship by investment programme has issued a circular to all Accredited Agents advising of some changes to the rules applying to the Malta Individual Investor Programme. The announced changes are set out below.
- Dutch Criteria for Dismissal for Employee’s Unsatisfactory Performance
Provided by AMS Advocaten
In a recent employment case in the Netherlands, an employer applied for the dismissal of an employee for unsatisfactory performance. The employee would have been incapable of organizing and managing. Following several meetings and warnings, the employer decided to transfer him to another job and location.
- Initial Coin Offering (ICO) & Co. – A Swiss Law Perspective
Provided by Wenger & Vieli Ltd.
Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) or Token Generating Events (TGEs) are perceived as an unregulated means of raising funds by issuing virtual coins or tokens (hereinafter: Tokens) intended to become a new cryptocurrency. Many start-ups consider ICOs or TGEs as an alternative to the expensive traditional capital-raising processes.