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Albania
Eurofast
In its most recent analysis, dated on May 21st 2021, the international rating agency "MOODY'S", evaluates Albania as a country with stable prospects and affirms Albanian Government's B1 rating.
European Union
Jones Day
Until now, large asset managers—asset managers with more than 500 employees or the parent undertaking of a group with more than 500 employees—had the option to not comply with the requirement in Article 4 SFDR...
Eurofast
As of July 1st, new VAT rules enter into force in the European Union, which facilitate the fulfillment of the existing obligations related to the VAT and reduce the administrative burdens for the companies...
Italy
Boccadutri International Law Firm
A series of arrests linked to the bankruptcy of Nidalina Group and to the fraud that the investment system concealed. The seizure of 20 million euros gives hope to those who lost their money.
Luxembourg
Dennemeyer Group
The path to stopping infringement of your Intellectual Property (IP) rights begins with two key questions: "Should I send a cease and desist letter?" and "Is a cease and desist letter enforceable?"...
Montenegro
Eurofast
During May 2021, the Montenegrin authorities have adopted several amendments to existing laws aimed at improving the current situation in the Montenegrin economy.
Serbia
Eurofast
On 14 April 2021 the Official gazette of the Republic of Serbia No.37 published that the Ministry of Finance of Serbia adopted a Rulebook on the Value Added Tax.
Turkey
Global Advertising Lawyers Alliance (GALA)
The Guideline on Commercial Advertisement and Unfair Commercial Practices Conducted by Social Media Influencers, which was adopted by Advertisement Board as per its decision numbered 2021/2 and dated 4 May 2021
UK
WilmerHale
Yesterday the UK's Treasury Department announced the appointment of a Green Technical Advisory Group (GTAG), set up to advise and assist the UK Government in its development and implementation of a Green Taxonomy, ...
Giambrone & Partners
The features common to the majority of financial frauds are demonstrating to the courts that fraud has actually taken place and finding the money extracted from the victims by the fraudsters.
Walker Morris
In April 2021, Tesco Stores Limited was fined £7.56 million in Birmingham Magistrates Court for selling food past its use-by-date.
Walker Morris
With the present boom in the popularity of low- or no- alcohol products, we are seeing more and more brands join the market and existing brands diversify their offering into this space.
Walker Morris
The Calorie Labelling (Out of Home Sector) (England) Regulations 2021 were laid before Parliament on 13 May 2021 and require restaurants, cafés and takeaways in England with 250 or more employees...
Walker Morris
The Queen's Speech on 11 May 2021, confirmed Government's intention to introduce a total ban on online advertising and a 9.00 pm watershed on TV advertising for food and drink products high in fat...
Walker Morris
There have been several complaints to the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) recently involving the food and drink sector.
Russell-Cooke Solicitors
The much anticipated change in matrimonial law commonly referred to as 'no fault divorce' will come into effect in April 2022.
Wiggin
Last year, Ofcom was given new powers, under the Audiovisual Media Services Regulations amending the Communications Act 2003, to regulate VSPs established in the UK.
Wiggin
CAP and BCAP are consulting new rules on harm and protected characteristics.
Russell-Cooke Solicitors
When I was making my training contract applications, I spent a lot of time hovering over the "diversity" checklist and deliberating whether I should put an honest answer.
Osborne Clarke
The carbon footprint of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies has been making headlines recently.
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