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Human Rights In The Financial Sector
What do human rights have to do with financial institutions? At first glance, one may think nothing. Originally, the protection of human rights was considered as the duty of governments only.
Poland
2 Aug 2019
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Constitutional Tribunal Finds Undertakings Have Right To Appeal Against Consent To Conduct Searches
However, the court's ruling in this regard (ie, a ruling authorising the search) could not have been appealed again before the higher court.
Poland
9 Jul 2019
3
Does Austrian Aviation Law Comply With The New EU Rules For Drones?
For the article at hand, Austrian regulations will provide the reference legal order to be compared with that of the new BR.
Austria
20 Jun 2019
4
Transactions Under Political Scrutiny – A New FDI Regime In Austria
Following the adoption of the new EU framework for screening of foreign direct investments, the Austrian government recently published a draft bill to amend the current rules on foreign direct investments into Austria.
Austria
21 May 2019
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A New Regulation On FDI Screening In Europe
On 5 March 2019, the Council of the EU approved a new framework to screen foreign direct investments ("FDI") coming into the EU. This concludes a legislative process kicked off in 2017.
European Union
21 Mar 2019
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Government Preparing For A "Hard Brexit" – Effects On Corporate Law
Now that the British parliament has rejected the Brexit deal in a vote last week, fears of a lawless exit of the UK from the EU are growing daily.
Austria
30 Jan 2019
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Austrian Constitutional Court Declares Percentage Cap Of Copyright Levies Null And Void
Copyright levies on recording media have been occupying the Austrian courts, courts of other Member States ...
Austria
17 Jan 2019
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Is The New PPP Legislation Giving A Boost To Infrastructure Projects?
This seems to be a hot year-end for Romanian infrastructure, with the government recently launching the first public procedure for the award of a strategic infrastructure project under the new Romanian PPP legislation.
Romania
28 Nov 2018
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High Time For Companies To Register Their Beneficial Owner
This information must be registered in the BULSTAT Register.
Bulgaria
15 Nov 2018
10
All Board Decisions Made By Delegation Of Powers Can Be Challenged In Court
The Companies Law expressly permits claims against the validity of certain corporate resolutions with respect to shareholder decisions.
Romania
22 Oct 2018
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New Act On The Control Of Investments Detrimental To The Interests Of Hungarian National Security
The Hungarian Government recently adopted Act no. LVII of 2018 on the Control of Investments Detrimental to the Interests of Hungarian National Security.
Hungary
18 Oct 2018
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Will New State Targets Lead To Reduced Environmental Protection?
Since the beginning of the Second Republic, the Constitution has provided so-called 'state targets', which have guided the government to declare certain interests to be substantial.
Austria
11 Sep 2018
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The Time Has Come: Federal Procurement Act 2018 Just Around The Corner In Austria
More than four years after the entry into force of the new EU Public Procurement Directive (2014/24/EU), more than two years after the deadline for transposition and more than one year...
Austria
6 Jul 2018
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Submitting The ESPD In Electronic Form - Facilitation Or A Hurdle For Ongoing Public Procurement Procedures?
As of 1 April 2018, applicants in tender procedures must submit the European Single Procurement Document ("ESPD") in electronic form using a template provided by the European Commission.
Bulgaria
28 Mar 2018
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Beneficial Owner Register - What To Disclose In Austria And Czech Republic?
The disclosure of beneficial owners has come to the fore with the EU Anti-Money Laundering Directive requiring EU member states to adapt their national legal provisions in respect of corporate and legal entities.
Austria
22 Mar 2018
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Adoption Of A New Money Laundering And Terrorism Financing Prevention Act
On 27 October 2017, the Croatian Parliament enacted a new Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing Prevention Act (Zakon o sprječavanju pranja novca i financiranja terorizma; the "AML Act").
Croatia
9 Nov 2017
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(Crypto)tokens And Initial Coin Offerings - Croatian Legal Framework
An ICO or Initial Coin Offering is a new disruptive crowdfunding mechanism where a backer of a project founded on a blockchain technology receives an underlying token as opposed to "regular" crowdfunding...
Croatia
26 Oct 2017
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Potential Hurdle For Acquisitions In Hungary By Non-EU And Non-EEA Investors
The Hungarian Ministry of the Interior recently submitted a legislative proposal to the Hungarian Government to amend the Act on Hungarian National Security Services (the "Proposal").
Hungary
7 Sep 2017
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Disclose Your Beneficial Owner - Or ForgetAabout Doing Business With The State
New Anti-Letterbox Act in Slovakia: The new Act No. 315/2016 Coll., on Registry for Partners of the Public Sector and amending and supplementing certain acts (the "Anti-Letterbox Act")...
Slovakia
22 May 2017
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Ústavní soud zpochybnil zákaz souběhu funkce
Na jedné straně je ustálená rozhodovací praxe obecných soudů zřejmá a jednotná: Činnost statutárního orgánu nelze vykonávat v pracovněprávním vztahu.
Czech Republic
8 May 2017
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