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Regulatory regime for crypto assets in BVI

By Michael Killourhy, Nick Rogers “I would say every day I get two or three inquiries on some crypto or blockchain-related project. There is a lot of interest in all things crypto here in the BVI,” observes Michael Killourhy, Partner at Ogier (BVI). Such is the level of interest that earlier this year, Killourhy (pictured) noted in […]

Proposal of new tax measures for improving the Dutch investment climate

On 15 October 2018, the Dutch government announced tax measures aimed at further improving the investment climate, including a further reduction of the main corporate income tax rate in 2021 to 20.5%. These proposed tax measures follow the decision of the same date to no longer abolish the Dutch dividend withholding tax. Further to and in […]

Overview of amendments to the Serbian Company by Ivana Dišović

By Ivana Dišović The interview with Ivana Dišović was published in Septembe 2018, by CEE Legal Matters. “It is pretty quiet on the dispute resolution market, as hearings are not held in the summer,” says Ivana Disovic, Partner and attorney at law in cooperation with Karanovic & Nikolic. “In contrast, we see high activity in the […]

US CBP clarifies stance on Canada’s cannabis industry

Following months of uncertainty surrounding the way US Border Patrol officers will assess those working in and around Canada’s legalized cannabis industry, US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) issued a statement Tuesday clarifying its approach and offering some reassurance to Canadians. While underscoring that US federal law strictly prohibits the sale, possession, production and distribution […]

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While the legalization of recreational cannabis is just around the corner, for the many companies that produce cannabis in Canada, the road to legalization began many months, and in some case years ago. Over the past few years, we have seen significant growth in the cannabis industry and this has naturally resulted in more cannabis-related […]

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Herbert Smith hit by associates’ racism claims

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