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Acquiring Cypriot Citizenship Due To Origin By UK Citizens
In the event of a no deal Brexit, UK passport holders will lose their right of free movement within the EU.
European Union
17 Oct 2019
2
Protecting Your Business From Counterfeit Goods In Cyprus
As has been previously noted in the "Trade in Counterfeit and Pirated Goods: Mapping the Economic Impact" report of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development & European Union Intellectual Property Office, ...
Cyprus
27 Sep 2019
3
Does The Recent Amendment Limit The Amount Of Moral Damages Granted By The Courts?
Under the Maltese Civil Code, damages may be awarded for either tortious liability or contractual liability.
Malta
20 Sep 2019
4
Mad II -EU Regulation (MAR) And Directive (CS MAD) As Protection Of Investors And Its Application To All Jurisdictions
A Russian company is considered an issuer when it issues EU financial instruments, regardless of the number of such instruments.
European Union
12 Sep 2019
5
The New Changes Of The Cyprus Investment Programme (CIP)
It is important to underline that the donation will be paid following the approval of the Application for Naturalization by the Council of Ministers.
Cyprus
12 Sep 2019
6
New Beneficial Ownership Register For Foreign Entities Which Own UK Property
The UK government intends to introduce a new register of People with Significant Control over Overseas Companies, "the PSCOC Register", in order to improve transparency of beneficial ownership for foreign entities which own UK properties.
UK
6 Sep 2019
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Maltese Court Landmark Judgement – Precautionary Acts Must Be Followed By Proceedings In The EEA
recent landmark decision by the First Hall of the Civil Court has confirmed for the first time that in order for a precautionary warrant to remain in force, it must be preceded or followed (within 20 days), by a court...
Malta
30 Aug 2019
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Pre-1995 Leases In Malta
The judgement given in Anthony Debono et v. Avukat Generali et., may prove to be a milestone in Maltese rent laws.
Malta
7 Aug 2019
9
Is Silence Golden? The Added Value Of Emergency Media Response Plans
Any threat to such relationship and trust, is a direct threat to your business.
Cyprus
7 Aug 2019
10
Changes To UK Capital Gains Tax
Since April 2019, the new rules regarding capital gains tax have been implemented in UK.
UK
6 Aug 2019
11
Increase Of Property Rents In Cyprus: Permissible And Non-Permissible Limits
It has been many times that my clients have expressed the question as to when and how the rental amounts increase. This question is voiced by both Landlords and Tenants of real estate.
Cyprus
6 Aug 2019
12
British Airways And Marriott International Inc. Face Huge Fines From UK Data Protection Authority
British Airways (‘BA') may be hit with what will be the highest-ever penalty which the Information Commissioner's Office (‘ICO'), the UK's data protection supervisory authority, has handed out.
UK
23 Jul 2019
13
UK Telecoms Company Fined £100K Over Unsolicited Marketing Messages
The Information Commissioner's Office (‘ICO') which is the UK's data protection supervisory authority, recently issued a fine of £100,000 to EE Limited, a telecoms company operating in the UK.
UK
23 Jul 2019
14
David Against Goliath – Libra vs Central Banks: Who Will Win?
Working in the crypto and DLT space is like being on an emotional rollercoaster with feelings which range from curiosity, excitement, euphoria, revelation, shock, disappointment,
Cyprus
23 Jul 2019
15
Shipping At The Spotlight Of Terrorism
Japan's trade ministry reported, that the two oil tankers carried "Japan-related" cargo.
Cyprus
8 Jul 2019
16
Adidas Three Stripes Trademark Revocation
The Belgian company bought Patrick in 2008, which company was founded in 1892, and thus claim that their mark has been around much longer.
European Union
8 Jul 2019
17
Post Brexit Future For UK Businesses
The proposed UK-EU agreement has been rejected for a third time by the Members of Parliament in UK.
European Union
1 Jul 2019
18
International Business In Malta In The Light Of Recent EU Tax Matters
Over the past twenty odd years, Malta has become an international hub for foreign direct investment (FDI).
Malta
1 Jul 2019
19
Justine Scerri-Herrera Interview
Justine Scerri Herrera, an associate at Michael Kyprianou Malta office, discussed in an interview with Massimo Costa from Business Today an independent media house based in Malta.
Malta
7 Jun 2019
20
The Introduction Of Services Of Sworn Translators In Cyprus
Translations are frequently required for various documentations for official use before public authorities, institutions and courts internally or abroad.
Cyprus
7 Jun 2019
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