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Within Banking, finance and capital markets, Güner Law Office is a second tier firm,

Managing partner Ece Güner is the key name at Güner Law Office, which recently advised Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank on an AED400m facility agreement. Other recent clients include Barclays, Korea Development Bank and HSBC. Günhan Yalçın joined Balcioglu Selcuk Akman Keki in 2012.

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Within Competition, tier 4

Ece Güner is the main contact at Güner Law Office, which recently handled notification, clearance application and general consultancy work.

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Within Corporate and M&A, Güner Law Office is a third tier firm,

Güner Law Office has a strong TMT sector following and assisted General Atlantic with its acquisition of a $43m minority stake in Yemek Sepeti, an online food-ordering service which is active across Turkey and the Middle East. The team also advised News Corporation on its acquisition of shares in Huzur Radyo, a Turkish television channel. Managing partner Ece Güner is the key contact.

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Within Dispute resolution, Güner Law Office is a second tier firm,

Güner Law Office represented clients in a range of matters, including ICC arbitration cases, commercial litigation and administrative cases. Clients include Fox Turkey, Falcon and Metso Paper. Nihan Kaya is a name to note.

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Within Intellectual property, Güner Law Office is a third tier firm,

Güner Law Office has a strong media and entertainment client following and advises on a broad range of IP matters including trade marks, licensing, patents and domain names. Clients include Nokia, Cigna and Fox. Ece Güner is the key contact.

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Within IT and telecoms, Güner Law Office is a third tier firm,

Güner Law Office advised a major international telecoms company on telecoms regulatory, data protection and copyright matters.

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Within Media and entertainment, Güner Law Office is a first tier firm,

Güner Law Office advises a number of international broadcasting companies on corporate, broadcasting and regulatory matters. Clients include News Corporation, Fox International and Turner Broadcasting. Ece Güner heads the team.

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Within Project finance/projects, Güner Law Office is a first tier firm,

Name partner Ece Güner is the key name at Güner Law Office, which recently advised Gama Energy and GE on the $595m financing of a 840MW combined-cycle gas turbine power plant project. Other recent clients include Limak, HSBC and Société Générale. Günhan Yalçın joined Balcioglu Selcuk Akman Keki in 2013.

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Legal Developments in Turkey

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  • OBLIGATION TO MAINTAIN COMPANY WEBSITES UNDER THE NEW TURKISH COMMERCIAL CODE

    The (New) Turkish Commercial Code No. 6102 dated July 1, 2012 ('the Law') implemented a number of provisions and brought additional obligations for capital companies. One of such obligations set forth by the Law is the obligation to have a dedicated website. According to Article 1524 of the Law, all capital companies subject to auditing are also required to open a dedicated internet website and publish certain information. 
  • How to Incorporate in Turkey

    Non-resident companies and/or foreign individuals may choose to enter into Turkish market through incorporation of a commercial entity. Find below a summary of relevant information regarding available company types, branches and liaison offices. 
  • Exceptional Work Permits in Turkey

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  • Squeeze-Out Rights in Groups of Companies under the Turkish Commercial Code

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  • Obligation to Maintain Company Websites Under The New Turkish Commercial Code

    OBLIGATION TO MAINTAIN COMPANY WEBSITES
  • Is the assignee bound by the international arbitration clause in case of assignment of receivables?

    One of the common legal transactions in either international or domestic business that is often preferred is the assignment of one or more receivable of the main contract concluded between the original party to a third party assignee. Furthermore, assumming the importance and advantages of arbitration for the original parties of the main contract such as as "neutrality", "cost and speed", "party autonomy", "confidentiality" etc. [1] , this main contract often includes an arbitration clause. One of the significant problems that arises in such case, is whether the assignee shall be automatically bound by this arbitration clause even though nor the assignee neither the debtor expressly approve the transfer of the arbitration clause together with the receivable subject to the main contract, in case of the assignment of such receivable.
  • Employment Termination Based on Economic Reasons in Turkey

    The Turkish Labor Law No. 4857 ('the Law') sets forth the procedures and the circumstances for termination of employment contracts of employees by employers. With the confines of the Law, two separate termination mechanisms, namely rightful (just) termination and termination based on justifiable cause are available.
  • Polish and Turkish Legal Systems for Value Added Tax (VAT)

    The value added tax (VAT), is a type of indirect turnover based tax that is levied during the final phase of the purchaser of the goods and is included in the price of the purchased item or service. Being a turnover tax, VAT is levied at each stage of the production and the distribution process as well. Although liability for the tax rests on the person who supplies or imports the goods or services, the real burden of VAT is borne by the final consumer (shifting feature). This means that such type of tax is characterized by its shift. It is non-cumulative, based on the method of invoice (only Japan is the exception), aimed at entrepreneurs as well. Tax shifting is the most important concept associated with VAT. With the deduction mechanism the difference between the VAT liability of a person on his (their) sales (output VAT) and the amount of VAT, has been already paid by them on his (their) purchases (input VAT). This brief article targets to summarize and compare the VAT systems of Turkey and of Poland with consideration on the general applications of VAT in EU countries. 
  • Recent Changes in Corporate Law

    Stock Corporations Websites
  • New Transportation Law

    Highway Transportation Regulation