Search
Searching Content indexed under Strategy by Schoenherr Attorneys at Law ordered by Published Date Descending.
Links to Result pages
 
1 2  
>>Next
 
Title
Country
Organisation
Author
Date
1
The Life Cycle Of A Start-Up
The life cycle of a startup is defined by its milestones. It is a fast-forward lifestyle aimed at achieving success.
Austria
25 Jan 2019
2
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
3
Important Amendments To The Law On Free Access To Information
On 27 April 2017 the Montenegrin Parliament passed the government's proposal to amend the Law on Free Access to Information.
Montenegro
18 Aug 2017
4
The Schoenher Journal - April 2017: Legal Developments in the Czech Republic (Czech language)
The Schoenherr Journal, published in April 2017 by Schoenherr's Prague office examines the most recent and most important legal developments in the Czech Republic
Czech Republic
 
28 Apr 2017
5
The International Comparative Legal Guide To Mergers & Acquisitions 2016 Edition - Serbia
M&A transactions and all forms of corporate reorganisations (e.g. mergers, de-mergers, transformations, contributions in-kind) are governed by the Companies Act.
Serbia
30 Mar 2016
6
The International Comparative Legal Guide To Mergers & Acquisitions 2016 Edition - Montenegro
The general procedure applicable to M&A transactions is regulated by the Companies Act. If the target is a joint stock company, specific additional rules that may apply are provided in the Takeover Act and the Securities Act.
Montenegro
29 Mar 2016
7
The International Comparative Legal Guide To Mergers & Acquisitions 2016 Edition - Austria
Public bids are regulated under the 1999 Takeover Act (TA), as thoroughly amended by the 2006 TA Amendment Act.
Austria
23 Mar 2016
8
Will EAA And Swiss Investors Be Able To Freely Acquire Agricultural And Forest Real Properties As Of May 2016?
On 2 May 2016, restrictions on acquiring agricultural and forest real properties located in Poland by foreigners from the European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland will cease to be binding.
Poland
5 Mar 2015
9
A Look At The Strategic Investment Projects Act One Year After Implementation
The European Commission's autumn forecasts, published on 4 November 2014, projects weak economic growth for the rest of 2014 within both the EU and the Euro zone.
Croatia
11 Dec 2014
10
M&A Technology Transactions
A Seller must be aware that any deal can "die" and in the cur­rent M&A envi­ron­ment, the chances that a deal dies are – quite frankly and unfor­tu­nately – not low.
Austria
28 Jan 2014
11
Termination Of Contracts After Initiation Of Insolvency Proceedings
One of the primary objectives of the reformed Austrian Insolvency Act ("IO"), which entered into force on 1 July 2010, has been to increase the number of successful corporate reorganisations and to facilitate the continuation of business operations during financial crises.
Austria
25 Jan 2012
12
New Approval Regime On Acquisitions Of Austrian Companies In Certain Industry Sectors By Non-EU/EEA and Non-Swiss Persons
An amendment of the Austrian Foreign Trade Act (FTA), in force since 08/12/2011 subjects the acquisitions of relevant interests in enterprises in specific industries, including telecoms and energy, to review and approval by the Austrian Ministry of Economic Affairs
Austria
14 Dec 2011
13
Insolvency Legislation Faces its First Real Test
The economic crisis presents a real-life test for the Slovenian insolvency legislation, unequalled in its young history. Numerous insolvency proceedings against Slovene companies have revealed several serious flaws of the Insolvency Act and forced the legislator into continuous amendments.
Slovenia
14 Mar 2011
14
Ukraine Lifts Limitations Introduced During Crisis
On 24 November 2009, the Ukrainian government introduced a number of limitations to minimise the consequences of the global financial crisis. The lifting of these limitations should signal to potential investors that Ukraine feels confident about the future of its economic and financial system.
Ukraine
1 Mar 2011
15
Contingent Equity Facilities – A Good Alternative when Commercial Banks are Reluctant to Finance
In continental Europe businesses are still highly dependent on commercial lending. While some of them have tapped the debt and equity capital markets, the reluctance of commercial banks to finance CAPEX or R&D absent a very strong balance sheet has left a vacuum.
Austria
22 Feb 2011
16
Turkey's Electricity Market - Developments, Opportunities, Prospects
Turkey's electricity energy market, which accounts for about 2.5% of the Turkish economy, has been in a state of constant change in recent years.
Turkey
 
17 Feb 2011
17
What A Foreigner Should Know Before Becoming A Member Of A Supervisory Board In A Moldovan Joint-Stock Company
The rise in foreign investment in Moldova and joint projects with local investors means that supervisory boards must often be instituted in Moldovan joint-stock companies (JSC). This leads to effective and operative control over the company's management.
Austria
11 Feb 2011
18
Council of the European Union Adopts Amendments to Prospectus Directive
The amendments to the Prospectus Directive aim to address deficiencies in the existing legal framework relating to securities prospectuses with a view of improving legal clarity and reducing burdens for issuers and intermediaries, while at the same time enhancing investor protection.
Austria
7 Nov 2010
19
New Developments in Public Procurement Law
The need to make infrastructural investments in Poland, especially those connected with EURO 2012, requires considerable public finances, including from the EU. Due to that fact, the adoption of clear contract awarding procedures which ensure effective spending of public funds constitutes a fundamental challenge for the domestic legislator
Poland
25 May 2010
20
Distressed M&A – A Reluctancy To Benefit From The New Legal Instrument
Legal Instrument The number of companies facing financial difficulties, or even collapse, has been steadily growing over the last 12 months.
Czech Republic
23 Mar 2010
Links to Result pages
 
1 2  
>>Next