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Most Construction And Energy Industry Companies Are Making That May Result In Them Losing Their EU Migrant Workforce This Summer And How To Fix Them In 3 Easy Steps.
Mayer Brown
The EU Green Deal announces a zero pollution ambition for a toxic-free environment that should be achieved, among other ways, through ambitious actions against the most hazardous chemicals...
McGuireWoods LLP
Determining necessary merger control filings in the EU (and EEA) has until now been relatively easy in most cases. Large deals go to Brussels for review by the European Commission...
Maples Group
This Webcast examines Culture, Individual Accountability and Fitness & Probity: Key Issues for Independent Non-Executive Directors in the financial services sector.
Bonn Steichen & Partners
Labour and Employment Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of Luxembourg, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
ATOZ Tax Advisers
On 4 May 2021, the Luxembourg tax authorities informed Luxembourg taxpayers about the release of the corporate tax forms and related appendices in respect of tax year 2020.
Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton
The Portuguese data protection authority issued a recent resolution ordering the Portuguese National Institute of Statistics (or INE) to stop sending personal census information to any countries outside of the EU.
In the SSI General Letter dated 05.05.2021 and numbered 24730873, it was explained that the information that should always be up-to-date such as the manager...
Jones Myers
The tragic loss of life, challenges and restrictions resulting from the global pandemic have undoubtedly proved a turbulent and testing time for everyone.
Jones Myers
The thorny issue of how cohabitation affects divorce settlements can differ from case to case and have long-lasting monetary and lifestyle implications on a former spouse.
In-House Law
A brief note for CEOs and CFOs of construction and energy companies.
Reynolds Porter Chamberlain
Leaders and scholars of business ethics often espouse the benefits of the "golden rule" - treat others as you would want to be treated...
Boyes Turner
The minimum pay rate has also been significantly reduced, meaning sponsorship of chefs is now a realistic option for many more businesses than it has been in the past.
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP
In Smoke Club Ltd and others v Network Rail Infrastructure Limited, the Upper Tribunal held that the claimants had an inferred periodic tenancy but no claim under proprietary estoppel.
Boyes Turner
There are two things certain in life: death and taxes. This oft-quoted idiom actually derives from a letter written by Benjamin Franklin in 1789 but would not feel out of place in a tweet in 2021.
Boyes Turner
Last month we looked at "Building Back Better" and focused on some of the implications of working from home and the need for a positive cultural environment.
Boyes Turner
On 15 April 2021, the Treasury released its seventh Treasury Direction (the "Seventh Direction") in relation to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS), intended to cover the last phase...
Boyes Turner
We are now one month post budget with the Government's package of measures designed to assist the leisure and hospitality sector.
Boyes Turner
It is widely anticipated that as restrictions are gradually lifted permitting a return to work for those who have been working remotely for the last year, many employers will adopt...
Doughty Street Chambers
The Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation (OFSI) has updated its monetary penalty guidance, coming into force next week on 1 April 2021, and replacing the previous version from 2018.
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