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The law of Ukraine ?1166-VII introduces some notable changes to the Ukrainian tax code and other laws.
Global Insight is a digital publication bringing you news, views and analysis from DLA Piper’s global restructuring group.
The Australian government has released an exposure draft of the Competition and Consumer (Industry Codes-Franchising) Regulations 2014.
The Treasury and the Department of Industry have released a discussion paper setting out options for implementing the proposed scheme.
The High Court awarded Littlewoods Retail compound interest on sums of overpaid VAT that had originally been reimbursed to it by HMRC with simple interest.
This is an introduction to the dissertation of Marnix Holtzer. His dissertation appeared in February 2014 and was published by Kluwer.
Muddy employee incentive issues in a disappointing exit: nine practical tips for public company acquirers
In mediocre pay-outs, transaction proceeds are unlikely to give a substantial return to common stockholders, yet may be sufficient to return the initial investment to preferred stockholders.
Antitrust Matters — April 2014: state aid; cartel facilitators; Belgium’s Competition Authority; exercising patent rights; and more
DLA Piper has released the second issue of its global competition and antitrust law newsletter Antitrust Matters.
Financial Report: SEC chair speech at SIFMA seminar; cross-border implementation; consultation on bonus clawback; and more
DLA Piper has released the latest version (Volume 3, No.7) of The Financial Report, featuring news and analysis from across the financial sector.
Barry Heller, John Hughes and John Dwyer are conducting a webinar reviewing 2013’s top franchise decisions. Three significant cases are summarised here.
DLA Piper sets out a summary of key items of interest announced in the Budget relating to businesses, corporate and finance taxation and real-estate taxation.
Starting 1 January 2014, the tax treatment of debt restructuring modifies both Spain’s Corporate Income Tax Law and its stamp-duty regulations.
Singapore’s government has proposed enhanced incentives intended to support business transformation and upgrading, in particular for SMEs.
Litigation update: High Court updates ‘reasonable endeavours’ — commercial interests vs an obligation owed
The High Court has held that Woodside Energy and other gas suppliers in Western Australia did not breach their obligation under a gas supply agreement.
The PRC government has been rolling out a series of company registration reforms in an attempt to set up a more transparent and efficient registration regime.
DLA Piper has released Issue 15 of its Real Estate Gazette, which focuses on the topic of sustainability.
Franchise systems have been, and continue to be, sought-after investment and acquisition targets.
Move towards a Chinese FATCA? Enhanced reporting requirements for PRC residents on foreign assets and transactions
The PRC State Council has released the revised reporting requirements for ‘PRC residents’ in relation to their cross-border receipts and payments.
Legislative decree no. 231/2001: the stance taken by the Italian Supreme Court on conspiracy crimes and more
The Italian High Court has pointed out some significant aspects concerning the application of Legislative Decree No. 231/2001 (corporate criminal liability).
The Trust Deficit: After the Crash report suggests that trust between business, politics and the media has broken down completely.