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Belgium
Loyens & Loeff
On 24 March 2021, the Belgian government introduced a registration tool for employers to indicate how many employees will work at the company premises, despite the work from home obligation imposed by the government, ...
Simont Braun
Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, the provisions of the Companies and Associations Code on the functioning of corporate bodies have proved to be too restrictive, particularly with regard to the remote organisation of ...
Simont Braun
Trademark applicants and owners often receive documents asking for payments related to a trademark or design application or renewal. Cautiousness is highly recommended in this respect!
European Union
Arnone & Sicomo
Importing a non-CE boat into Europe: CE certificate, import taxes and all news.
William Fry
Regulation 2019/1381 on the transparency and sustainability of the EU risk assessment in the food chain (Regulation) came into force on 27 March 2021 across EU member states.
Ogier
The International Stock Exchange (TISE) had 831 new listings during 2020. This is the second-highest annual increase in new listings since the inception of TISE and represents a 27% increase...
Guernsey
Carey Olsen
In this note, we will focus on some of the key legal and practical considerations that a retiring trustee should take into account before it transfers information on the trust...
Ireland
William Fry
Mandatory gender pay gap (GPG) reporting, which aims to provide transparency on the GPG and incentivise employers to take measures to narrow the gap to the extent possible...
Arthur Cox
Without doubt, the impact of COVID-19 and the requirement for employees to work remotely has drawn employers' health and safety obligations more sharply into focus.
Maples Group
In a new series of short and informative webcasts, our global partners bring you up-to-date on legal and regulatory developments affecting your business in 2021...
Netherlands
Loyens & Loeff
On 1 May the bill that introduces a statutory cooling-off period for the boards of listed companies will enter into force.
Loyens & Loeff
The current Dutch tax classification rules for Dutch and foreign entities (such as partnerships) are quite unique and therefore deviate from international standards.
Turkey
CETINKAYA
On 16 April 2021, Turkey enacted its first regulation on crypto-assets, the Regulation on Non-Use of Crypto-Assets in Payments ("Regulation"), that will prohibit the use of crypto-assets as a means of payment.
CETINKAYA
Healthcare Professionals (HCPs) are described as any member of the medical, dental, pharmacy, or nursing professions, or any other individual with a clinical or non-clinical function who in the course...
UK
Reynolds Porter Chamberlain
The backlog of criminal cases (especially for those relating to fraud) has increased considerably. It is reaching worrying levels resulting in administrative difficulties and substantial cost...
K2 Integrity
The Financial Conduct Authority's (FCA's) inaugural use of its criminal money laundering powers under Regulation 45 of the UK Money Laundering Regulations 2007 (MLR) against NatWest is viewed...
Withers & Rogers
A recent judgement relating to software patents has put to rest earlier concerns about the law being of an Orwellian nature similar to…
Goodman Derrick LLP
The domestic reverse charge comes into effect on 1 March – here's what you need to do.
Goodman Derrick LLP
The next generation of contracts should be designed to work with MMC.
Giambrone & Partners
For many decades Spain has been the European country of choice for British citizens buying a property abroad...
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