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By Conceicao Gamito, Ana Raquel Costa, Joana Branco Pires, Rita Simao Luis Decree-Law No. 28/2019, of February 15 (“DL 28/2019”), consolidates, updates and harmonizes obligations for the processing, issuance, notification, archive and conservation of invoices and other tax relevant documents under Portuguese law. The measures introduced by the DL 28/2019 have three distinct purposes: the […]

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By Michael Lindtner Social Media is omnipresent these days and individuals as well as companies increasingly use these instruments as communication and marketing tools. Moreover, the development of Social Media platforms, like interactive online rating and comparison platforms, is also of interest for the start-up sector. However, this increasing importance of Social Media also raises […]

We are going to make Portugal a hub for international arbitration

Already considered by its investors as “the best place in the world to invest”1 , Portugal seems to have changed from the country of discoverers to the country to be discovered. Will Portugal and its arbitration community be prepared to take on this new economic dynamic? According to the most recent QMUL study on international […]

Brexit and financial services

Despite all the current instability and uncertainty associated with delivering Brexit, one thing is certain. Brexit will have a significant impact on the financial services market in the European Union. This is because it is the first time a Member State has left the European Union and because of the UK’s relative weight in this […]

Shareholder Rights Directive II

Participation, information and transparency Directive 2007/36/EC (“First Shareholder Rights Directive”) was approved in 2007. Its aim was to guarantee minimum rights to shareholders of listed companies in the European Union. Among other changes to the then existing legislation, the First Shareholders Rights Directive included additional requirements for disclosure of preparatory information for the general meeting. […]

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