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The complex commercial litigation law review – Edition 1: Chapter Austria

By Sara Khalil, Andreas Natterer Austria has a civil law system; the codification of the main civil law provisions (the Austrian Civil Code (ABGB)) includes core concepts of contract law and dates back more than 200 years. The Austrian Civil Code governs legal relationships between consumers as well as consumers and companies. Similarly, the Austrian Commercial […]

Romania: Tax provisions in force since March 2018, significantly amended and supplemented

By Alexandra Barbu, Theodor Artenie, Anamaria Tocaci  Below we list the main provisions of Law 30/2019 amending Government Emergency Ordinance 25/2018. Corporate income tax The Registry of Non-profit Organisations and Religious Institutions will be published on the website of the National Agency for Fiscal Administration (ANAF) (the “Registry”). Inclusion in the Registry of entities that benefit from sponsorships is a […]

Where the true value lies for legal self-service

Recently, BCLP hosted an informative round table discussion with panellists Michael Mills and Richard Seabrook of Neota Logic alongside Catherine Bamford of BamLegal. Use cases, opportunities and best practices for enabling legal self-service in an enterprise environment were discussed with an audience of corporate legal and compliance professionals. Here are some of the most interesting […]

Bermuda – the family office proposition

Bermuda has historically flown beneath the radar when it comes to promoting itself as the ideal location for the establishment of a family office. There are likely a number of reasons for this but one is that Bermuda was often chosen as a domicile for trusts or for the location of a physical family office […]

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Lovells picks candidate for Cambridge lectureship

Louise Merrett has been appointed Lovells’ lecturer in law at Cambridge University. Merrett, who is currently a college teaching officer and a director of studies in law at Trinity College, Cambridge will start her new role in September. The City firm will fund the lectureship for five years. Lovells has also provided bursaries to 14 […]

Sullivan completes rejig of general practice unit

Sullivan & Cromwell has overhauled the management of its general practice group, the firm’s largest department, which includes its core areas of corporate finance, M&A, real estate and financial institutions. The Sullivan board has appointed two new co-heads to the group. Private equity specialist Richard Pollack and securities lawyer David Harms will replace Fred Rich […]

The writing’s on the wall

Here’s a small recommendation to partners in talks to move firms. If you’re in talks with a firm and happen to pick up one of their snazzy branded pens, it’s a good idea not to take out that pen when you’re in a meeting with another firm. It may be a slight giveaway that you’re […]

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The Lawyer’s editor Catrin Griffiths looks at the latest developments in the legal world Dorsey in the doldrums There wasn’t much festive spirit at US firm Dorsey & Whitney over Christmas. Its London office has suffered an amount of turbulence, particularly when half of its successful tax litigation team resigned for DLA Piper Rudnick Gray […]

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