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Austria: Rita Wittmann has been promoted to counsel at Schoenherr.
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Austria: Responsibility of managing directors to ensure an effective and adequate compliance organisation
Schoenherr provides additional detail on the measures that – according to the Court – the directors should have taken to ensure an effective and adequate compliance system.
Czech Republic: Payment of profit sharing in the light of the recodification of the country’s civil law
The Czech Republic’s new Civil Code and its Business Corporation Act are effective since 1 January 2014.
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Poland recently adopted a new act on renewable energy sources that significantly changes the support scheme in the country.
A long time in the making, the new Civil Code replaced the old civil code from 1964 along with the commercial code from 1991 and a large amount of other legislation.
Schoenherr advised Telekom Slovenije on its acquisition of Slovenian mobile virtual network operator Debitel Telekomunikacije from sellers ACH and Svema Trade.