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The discussion about the business shares of companies owned in the community property of spouses – regulated by the new Czech Civil Code and Business Corporations Act (both effective from 1 January 2014) – has recently come to a standstill over the question of the consequences of the absence of such a regulation, which was formerly included in the old Civil Code from 1964. This regulation distinguished between proprietary and management issues (corporate issues), which meant that if a married person acquired a business share it did not automatically result in membership in the company for their spouse. Read more
[South Korea] Supreme Court Decides on the Criteria for Distinguishing Worker Dispatch from Subcontr
On February 26, 2015, the Supreme Court rendered decisions regarding subcontracted workers. In particular, the Court provided specific factors to consider when determining whether a subcontracting arrangement will be deemed worker dispatch, which can potentially result in an illegal dispatch relationship and create a de facto employment relationship.
Author: Andrey Goltsblat, Managing Partner of Goltsblat BLP
I believe it’s so important for the company management, as well as for in-house lawyers and GCs, to be clear about the role of the legal function and its objectives. In the note below, I would like to summarise my 22 years of observing the different aspects of the GC role.
The Philippines recently enacted Republic Act 10667 or the Philippine Competition Act which defines, prohibits and penalizes anti-competitive agreements, abuse of dominant position, and anti-competitive mergers and acquisitions.
With the emergence of Cyprus as a thriving international business centre and as the preferred place of establishment of many companies of foreign interests, Cyprus has seen a large increase in the use of arbitration as a commercial dispute resolution mechanism.
In commemoration of the firm’s 70th anniversary, SyCip Salazar Hernandez & Gatmaitan (SyCipLaw) produced a publication about the general guidelines in doing business in the Philippines.
The long-expected Law on conversion of usage right into ownership against compensation ("Conversion Act") entered into force on 28 July 2015. Read more...
From January to April 2015, the Financial Services Commission (“FSC”) operated the Internet-Primary Bank Task Force (“TF”), which was a joint private and public sector effort. The TF reviewed related legislative bills and system reform plans regarding the introduction of the Internet-primary bank in Korea.
On January 1, 2015, the Act on the Registration and Evaluation of Chemicals (“K-REACH”) and the Chemicals Control Act (“CCA”) took effect. In this regard, the Ministry of Environment (“MOE”) plans to provide guidelines on the violations of K-REACH and CCA, and begin to enforce regulations against the violations in the near future.
How to build an investment fraud defence case that disproves prosecution allegations of dishonesty.
Investment fraud can take many forms, from selling of stocks and shares in companies that may or may not exist through to the latest newsworthy item, pension liberation. The wide range of such investments and the complexity of many of them means that the authorities are never too far from making fresh accusations of fraud. For this reason, anyone involved in investment fraud has to know how best to challenge such allegations.