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By Virginia Allen, Sarah Beeby, Emma Carter, Ryan Carthew, Mark Hamilton, Jessica Pattinson
IR35 is a piece of tax legislation introduced in 2000 to try and prevent individuals engaged as consultants via an intermediary.
By Tom Tempelaars, Robbert Middelburg
Key Regulatory Developments In The Netherlands - May 30, 2019
By Michael Huertas, Kai Goretzky, Holger Schelling
Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2019/820 supplementing Regulation (EU) No 345/2013 with regard to conflicts of interest in the area of European venture capital funds – published in the OJ ...
By Filip Michalec
Czech National Bank has revoked statement addressing professional examinations
By Michael Huertas
Europe has voted. 751 MEPs will now be taking their seats. The new Commission is in the process of being formed despite some spats on the Spitzenkandidat process including
By George Fellows
The Court of Appeal has held that it is neither unlawful sex discrimination (direct or indirect) nor a breach of the sex equality clause implied into all contracts by the Equality Act 2010
By Juan I. Alonso, Jordi A. Sánchez, Adrián Benito
On May 21, 2019 the Government of the Generalitat de Catalunya approved Decree Law 9/2019, of 21 May on urgent measures in the area of rent containment in housing leases
By Marc Elshof, Celine Van Es
In the run-up to May 25, 2018, there was much public debate surrounding the implementation of the new privacy legislation.
By Giangiacomo Olivi, Giovanni Casucci, Saverio Cavalcanti
Welcome to the 7th issue of Dentons TMT Bites, the newsletter of Dentons' Italian Intellectual Property & Technology group. This time we are celebrating one year from the GDPR, also involving our friends in other European jurisdictions. Enjoy!
By Michael Graf, Nick Chandler, Rebecca Owen-Howes
Non-EU air carriers and/or countries could be investigated by the European Commission (EC) under a new EU Regulation aimed at safeguarding competition in air transport
By Tiberiu Csaki, Argentina Rafail
The Romanian government's guidelines on how to implement the equal opportunity law entered into force on May 2. Government Decision no. 262/2019 ("Law 202/2002 Norms") approved the norms for applying the provisions of Law no. 202/2002 on equal opportunity and treatment of women and men.
By Natalia Selyakova
At the end of April 2019, the President of Ukraine signed the Code of Ukraine on Bankruptcy Procedures (the "Code").
By Roy Pinnock
The Mayor of London and the Government are looking to London densification to avoid moving, extending and reshaping London's Green Belt as part of a wider regional strategy
By Thomas Leyland, Matthew Sapte, Tanya Alfillé
The High Court has held that a bank was not obliged to reprice or cancel foreign exchange spot trades entered into at a time of severe market disruption in accordance ...
By Giangiacomo Olivi, Francesco Armaroli
One year after our first Q&As on the draft ePrivacy Regulation and the reformed Italian Data Protection Code (DPC), here is a 2.0 version of the same FAQ list...
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