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Ukraine’s major transfer pricing reforms took effect on 1 September 2013. Generally, the new rules are OECD based, although some exceptions exist.
On 6 September 2013, the minister for women and equalities published a statement on the outcome of the review.
A contractual requirement for an indemnified party to notify its indemnifier of a relevant claim within 20 business days did not operate as condition precedent to compensation under the indemnity.
New legislation is intended to enable a single market for telecoms services in the EU in order to accelerate economic growth and restore Europe’s leading role in mobile technology.
With offerings provided ‘as a service’ becoming increasingly prevalent, more lawyers in both private practice and in-house will be seeing cloud-related contract terms.
Despite the legislative free-for-all of the past few months, there are still some key employment law changes that will be coming into force on 1 October.
The UK Supreme Court has confirmed the jurisdiction of the senior courts to grant anti-suit injunctions to restrain parties from commencing foreign court proceedings.
Tax experts in Switzerland now predict that certain Swiss tax regimes will ultimately need to be repealed.
DLA Piper has released the latest issue (Volume 2, No. 17) of The Financial Report.
France’s draft budget law for 2014 was presented to parliament on 25 September 2013 and is now under discussion in the National Assembly and Senate.
The Arbitration Act reforms the section of the Belgian Judicial Code that deals with arbitration proceedings, without making a distinction between domestic and international arbitration.
The court’s conclusion in favour of upholding the agreement can be seen as a further re-affirmation of the principles of freedom of contract.
Kuwait recently ratified an agreement with the Gulf Co-operation Council Commercial Arbitration Centre to establish a representative office in Kuwait.
In April 2013 the Dutch government published a bill for the ‘modernisation of Netherlands arbitration law’. Some of the changes that are proposed in the bill are discussed in this briefing.
Cityrose Trading Pty Ltd v Booth highlights the need for suppliers to ensure that all of their transaction documents include adequately drafted pricing provisions and GST clauses.
Despite opposition from the Chamber of Commerce, governor Jerry Brown has signed into law a bill raising California’s minimum wage for the first time since 2008.
A third party involved in a property development transaction can be held liable for damages due to a fall in market values that occurred during a period of delay.
While an employer might feel compelled to immediately dismiss an employee in situations of perceived gross misconduct, they should exercise caution.
Tax reform, at least in concept, has entered the larger fiscal debate.
DLA Piper has published the 23 September issue of its Health Alert publication, which focuses on judgments, legislations and reports in the health sector.