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Expedited Procedure Rules part of the new ICC Rules

March 2017 - Litigation & Dispute Resolution. Legal Developments by Bojovic & Partners.

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On March 1, 2017, the amendments to the ICC Rules entered into force. Among different changes, maybe the most noticeable ones relate to the introduction of the Expedited Procedure Rules (hereinafter: the Rules), now contained in the new Article 30 of the ICC Rules and the new Appendix VI.

New tax rulebooks in Serbia - trend of increased taxation of foreign legal entities

March 2017 - Tax & Private Client. Legal Developments by Bojovic & Partners.

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Upon recent amendments of the Law on Value Added Tax in Serbia (the “VAT Law”), the Ministry of Finance adopted several accompanying secondary pieces of legislation:

Serbia: Regulation on the Terms and Conditions for Attracting Direct Investments

March 2017 - Finance. Legal Developments by Bojovic & Partners.

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The Regulation on Terms and Conditions for Attracting Direct Investments (“Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia”, no. 110/2016) has come into force on 1 January 2017. The Regulation introduces certain changes in regards to public invitation, grounds and conditions for the allocation of funds in respect of the investment projects.

Changes in tax laws in Serbia - New duties for foreign legal entities

February 2017 - Tax & Private Client. Legal Developments by Bojovic & Partners.

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The Law on Amendments to the Law on Value Added Tax (hereinafter: Law on VAT), the Law on Amendments to the Law on Tax Procedure and Tax Administration (hereinafter: Law on Tax Procedure), and the Law on amendments to the Law on Excise Duties (hereinafter: Law on Excise Duties) were published in the Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia no. 108/2016 of 29 December 2016. All laws came into force on 1 January 2017, however, certain provisions will begin to apply at a later date, as outlined below, for every law individually.

Serbia: Regulation on the Terms and Conditions for Attracting Direct Investments

February 2017 - Finance. Legal Developments by Bojovic & Partners.

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The Regulation on Terms and Conditions for Attracting Direct Investments (“Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia”, no. 110/2016) has come into force on 1 January 2017. The Regulation introduces certain changes in regards to public invitation, grounds and conditions for the allocation of funds in respect of the investment projects.

No More Linked In Russia?

January 2017 - TMT ( Technology, Media & Telecoms). Legal Developments by Bojovic & Partners.

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One of the biggest and most popular Internet companies, LinkedIn, has become the first target of the recent Russian data localization law. The legislation requires businesses operating online to keep Russian Internet users’ data on servers located within Russia.

The conclusion of a restrictive agreement is a new criminal offence in the amended Criminal Code of

January 2017 - EU & Competition. Legal Developments by Bojovic & Partners.

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The Criminal Code (Official Gazette of RS, no. 85/2005, 72/2009, 111/2009, 121/2012, 104/2013, 108/2014 and 94/2016; Code was amended on 23 November 2016. Most of the new provisions of the Code will enter into force as of 1 June 2017. 

Will Google forget you?

December 2016 - TMT ( Technology, Media & Telecoms). Legal Developments by Bojovic & Partners.

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The right to be forgotten vs. Google, Inc.

Probably no one could have predicted that a complaint of one man in a European country, over his right to privacy, may possibly change a significant part of the global operational structure of the Internet giant. And yet, Google has already implemented changes to its main tool – search engine – due to the new legal framework and complaints from some DPAs. The legal battle is still not over, and it remains to be seen how a newly established right to be forgotten (hereinafter: RTBF) will affect Google’s business. Read more...