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In Italy, measures have been taken to preserve the continuity of operation of industrial plants of national strategic interest.
Can the admission to concordato preventivo be revoked if creditors, informed by the judicial commissioner of fraudulent acts, approved the proposal of the debtor?
The Italian Supreme Court ruled that the disclosure of acts in fraud carried out by the debtor causes the admission to concordato preventivo to be revoked according to Article 173 IBL, even in case of approval by the creditors.
The VAT refund secured receivable from a customer admitted to concordato preventivo can be partially satisfied if liened assets value is lower
A company filed a plan for a concordato preventivo providing that creditors would be paid out of future earnings, which the Tribunal of Lucca refused to confirm.
Decree-Law 133/2014, known as the ‘Unlock Italy Decree’, has significant implications for the telecoms sector. In particular, a 50 per cent tax credit is envisaged for wideband in ‘white areas’.
Shipping and Transport Bulletin — dredging in Italian ports; cross-border shipments of waste; and more
NCTM has released the December 2014–January 2015 edition of its Shipping and Transport Bulletin.
Article 7 applies to geographical indications identifying products falling within one of the product classes listed in Annex III.
New guidelines on fines issued by the Italian Antitrust Authority: compliance programmes as mitigating circumstance
The new fining guidelines allow companies to obtain a reduction in a fine if they have effective competition compliance programmes in place.
Copyright — AGCOM regulation relating to online copyright protection is at risk for unconstitutionality
TAR has expressed doubts about the constitutionality of the regulation by which AGCOM has intervened for copyright protection on electronic communications networks.
Copyright — a new request to the ECJ in relation to the exhaustion of the right of distribution of original works
The Supreme Court of the Netherlands has requested the ECJ — in proceedings C- 419/13 — to issue a decision on a number of prejudicial issues.
Copyright — the Court of Rome rules in favour of copyright protection of a work of industrial design
The Companies Section of the Court of Rome has issued an interesting decision in relation to the issue of eligibility for copyright protection of works of industrial design.