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The problem in implementing the third pillar of the convention in Austria is that the EU has not yet issued a directive.
A trader must clearly inform consumers in advance about all costs associated with a contract, and other requirements.
On 5 March 2015, Austria’s agriculture, forestry, environment and water economics minister presented a draft law to amend the Chemicals Act and the Biocidal Products Act. T...
Tender procedure may now continue even when there is only a single bid, and other changes.
The law is less protective and more flexible towards company executives than it is to general employees.
On 17 December 2014, the European Parliament and the Council reached an agreement on the Fourth Money Laundering Directive.
European Court of Justice proposes a subsidiary environmental impact assessment for trial exploratory drilling.
How’s this for a cyber crime – in Bulgaria there have been a number of cases whereby the ownership of a company has been changed without the knowledge of the actual owner...
…and will substantially change the economic environment in the country.
Whenever a Romanian company changes its corporate seat, shareholders or administrators it risks losing its VAT registration number.
In a recent judgment the CJEU reminded us of the wide reach of EU state aid rules on aid granted in states from Central and Eastern Europe prior to their accession to the EU.
Turkey’s prime minister has announced an 11-step incentive package to secure investment financing for the country.
Romania: Cross-border conversions – a realistic way to expand companies' restructuring possibilities?
In recent years, companies have consistently attempted to extend the scope of their structuring possibilities by trying to cross the borders into other member states.
Information on changes in the labour law, planned amendments to the labour law and the most important case law.
At the beginning of February 2015, the Parliament of the Republic of Serbia adopted a set of banking-related laws.
Retailer unilaterally imposed a fee on its non-food suppliers without a service in return.
The real reason for one employee’s sacking, he said, lay in criticisms of his employer that he had previously voiced.
Non-banks have provided a relatively simple entre´e into the Slovak lending market. This is about to change.
An updated regulation on the licensing regime in Romania’s power sector was recently adopted by ANRE, the national regulatory authority.
Negative market value reloaded: German Supreme Court clarifies its (in)famous Spread Ladder Swap judgment
For the first time since its 2011 Spread Ladder Swap judgment the German Supreme Court has been dealing with the disclosure duties of banks in connection with derivatives.