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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.
The Fair Work Commission’s anti-bullying powers came into force on 1 January 2014. The new rules can apply to bullying that occured before that date.
Health Alert — 24 March 2014: Australian Competition and Consumer Commission v Safe Breast Imaging Pty Ltd; and more
DLA Piper’s Health Alert provides a summary of the critical judgments, legislation, press releases and news items relevant to the health industry.
The Federal District Court in Washington DC has issued a lengthy ruling that appeared to substantially clear the way for Cape Wind.
Competition & Regulation Update: the test for declaration under part IIIA is dead; long live the new test
The federal government released the Productivity Commission’s final report on 11 February. The report proposes yet another test for the controversial ‘criterion (b)’.
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 California agency that implements Proposition 65 has proposed far-reaching changes to the now familiar warnings required under that statute.
Health Alert — 17 March 2014: Australian Competition and Consumer Commission v Breast Check Pty; and more
Health Alert provides a summary of the critical judgments, legislation, press releases and news items relevant to the health industry.
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.
DLA Piper has released the winter 2014 issue of SHE Matters, a newsletter dedicated to safety, health and the environment.
This regular publication by DLA Piper lawyers focuses on helping clients navigate the ever-changing business, legal and regulatory landscape.
Employers have a much greater opportunity to collect and retain vast amounts of information. This information is useful to have on file — but what are the risks?
The anonymous nature of Bitcoin payments has caught the attention of tax authorities and other regulators, both in Australia and overseas.
The US Department of the Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service have released the ‘last substantial package of regulations’ necessary to implement FATCA.
China’s new trademark law aims to modernise and streamline the trademark process. But it can also yield opportunities for trademark hijackers.
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.
Real estate has a lifecycle from site identification, through planning, development funding and construction, to occupation, use and eventual sale.