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The Competence of Investment Arbitration Tribunals to seek Preliminary Rulings from the...

European Courts

Text originally published in English in the Czech Yearbook of International Law (ISBN: 978-1-57823-305-2; ISSN: 2157-2976; OlĂ­k M., Fyrbach D., March 2011).

Frequent mistake about Slovak documentary shares

It is a frequent and widespread misperception that private joint stock company that issued registered documentary shares (listinné akcie na meno) does not need to have any contact at all with the Slovak public authority in the area of securities, Central Securities Depository of the Slovak Republic ("CSD").

PITFALLS OF SQUEEZE OUT IN SLOVAKIA

April 2012 - Finance. Legal Developments by Cernejová & Hrbek.

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The right of squeeze out is the right of a majority shareholder in the joint stock company whose shares have been traded on regulated market to require from all the remaining (minority) shareholders to sell him their shares at a fair price.

NEW APPROACH TO MERGER CONTROL IN SLOVAKIA

On January 1, 2012 the Act No. 387/2011 Coll. amending the Act No. 136/2001 Coll. on Protection of Economic Competition (the „Amendment“), entered into force.

SLOVAK INSOLVENCY CODE AMENDMENT: CHANGES TO THE TEST OF OVER-INDEBTEDNESS AND...

January 2012 - Corporate & Commercial. Legal Developments by Kinstellar.

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NEW LIABILITY OF DIRECTORS

An amendment to the Slovak Insolvency Code has been recently approved by the Parliament (the “Amendment“). The Amendment, which is considered to be the most significant amendment to the current Slovak Insolvency Code since its introduction back in 2006, seeks to revise those provisions of the Insolvency Code that have proven to be problematic in their application, or less effective than originally intended. 

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