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For the first time in Europe, Google will be the subject of regular checks to monitor progress status of the actions to bring its platform into line with domestic legislation.
The agreement envisages co-ordinated inspections also on Italian call centres established in Albania.
A clawback action based on Italian insolvency laws in a procedure opened in Italy can have wider limits when the transaction is governed by a foreign law.
The General Court of Justice of the European Union has ruled on the possibility of registering an advertising slogan as a trademark.
A decision that held Yahoo! responsible for copyright infringement in connection with videos uploaded by end-users has been overturned.
This paper looks at the construction of normal value in World Trade Organisation anti-dumping law in relation to market economies.
Public or government procurement in CETA, the economic and trade agreement between Canada and the EU
The Comprehensive Trade and Economic Agreement provides a range of measures to make doing business between Canada and the EU easier.
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.
The Tribunal of Milan with a decision of 12 June 2014 took a stand which is in sharp contrast with mainstream case law, with respect to clauses.
Group restructurings: one single group ‘concordato preventivo’ proposal, procedure and voting majority?
Two recent decisions of the tribunals of Ferrara and Palermo address some of the major issues involved in group restructurings under Italian insolvency laws.
Geographical indications (GIs) for foodstuffs are protected under European law, while GIs for non-foodstuffs are not protected under EU law. Should we keep this difference?
In the last couple of days, the Financial Times and The New York Times have published important articles on Russia and China. The articles don’t pull their punches.
Bankruptcy and liquidation trusts: under what conditions can they be recognised in the Italian legal system?
The Italian Supreme Court of Cassation has ruled that trusts can be recognised in Italy, when the settlor is insolvent, only if they are consistent with the purposes of the procedure.
A debtor in a concordato preventivo pre-filing regime can suspend but not terminate agreements pursuant to bankruptcy law
Can the Bankruptcy Court authorise the debtor to terminate credit facility agreements when the debtor submitted a pre-filing for concordato preventivo?
The Italian Supreme Court of Cassation has addressed a key issue under EC Regulation No. 1346/2000: the location of the ‘centre of main interests’ of a company.
The subject of so-called ‘minibonds’ has become particularly topical, following the recent conversion into law of the decree law ‘Destinazione Italia’ at the end of February.
NCTM’s latest Shipping and Transport Bulletin includes comment on the Italian law relating to the granting of financial aid to Italian stevedoring companies.
On 28 November 2013, the European Commission published a draft of a directive intended to harmonise the protection of trade secrets.
The vitality of an economic system is also measured by its dynamism in M&A, which means by the number and value of transactions involving transfers of shareholdings and businesses.