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By Katerina Kraeva, Rebeka Kleytman
Under Bulgarian law, an enterprise pledge is a form of floating charge over all assets forming part of the enterprise.
By Paulina Przewoznik
In July 2016 the Polish Minister of Finance proposed the Capital Development Program; a comprehensive plan for developing a voluntarily funded pension system with long term saving products in Poland.
By Bryan W. Jardine, Ligia Popescu, Andreea Zvac
On 22 December 2017, the Romanian Government published in the Romanian Official Gazette no. 1022 the Government Emergency Ordinance no. 107/2017 ("GEO 107/2017"), which provides for significant changes to the procurement laws ...
By Laura Tjaša Štruc
The application for registrations of beneficial owners is now operational. Deadline to register beneficial owners is 19 January 2018.
By Birgit Kraml
The new Austrian government was sworn in on December 18, 2017 and thereby also presented its government program which deals, among other things, with real estate law.
By Manfred Essletzbichler, Silvia Fessl, Sebastian Oberzaucher, Ingrid Makarius
Ab dem 1.1.2018 treten für Vergabeverfahren neue Schwellenwerte in Kraft. Diese wurden nun am 19.12.2017 im Amtsblatt der Europäischen Union (L 337) veröffentlicht.
By Tomasz Stasiak, Robert Gorbaszewicz vel Gabrylewicz
In September 2017, the Ministry of Infrastructure and Development announced a project with the goal of modifying specific laws concerning the real estate investment process (project no. UD300).
By Katarína Bieliková, Vladimíra Roštárová
Earlier this year, National Council of the Slovak Republic passed the Act No. 90/2017 Coll. (the "Amendment") amending and supplementing the Act No. 79/2015 Coll. on Waste, as amended (the "Act on Waste").
By Adrian Ster, Raluca Maxim
In what is a significant step in the promotion of competition law compliance, the Romanian Competition Council ("RCC") released its Compliance Guide ("CG") aimed at assisting all types of companies ...
By Christina Barzal
An insured person was climbing the North Face of the Eiger with a climbing partner when a stone broke under his feet and causing him to fall onto the rope.
By Claudia Brewi
In March 2017 the Austrian Supreme Court was again confronted with a case of a physician's liability for medical malpractice because of insufficient information on alternative treatments.
By Andreea Anton, Cristian Gorgoi
The debates continue and a final draft of this law is expected soon.
By Stanislav Cherkezov
For example, the requirement to appoint a special representative of the defendant provides another vehicle for debtors to potentially abuse the process and delay the proceedings while incurring additional costs for the claimant.
By Marcin Rudnik
It is highly criticized that the General Counsel can act also on behalf of commercial companies partially owned by the State Treasury selected at the discretion of the Government.
By Damian Majda
The main objective of the new system is to increase efficiency by allowing courts to conduct civil law proceedings online.
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