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In a two tier-system in joint-stock companies in Slovenia, competences are divided between general meeting, supervisory board and management board. The division of competences under Slovenian Companies Act (ZGD-1) reflects to a high degree the one accepted in the German Aktiengesetz. Division of competences is mandatorily prescribed and cannot be changed by the provisions of […]

Unilateral refusal to license intellectual property rights in EU competition law

Intellectual property law in the European Union governs the creation and commercial exploitation of exclusive rights given by statutory law to a creator (or inventor). An EU Member State grants a creator a temporarily limited right – intellectual property right – to exclude others from any exercise of the protected intellectual property right as an […]

Slovenia’s national GDPR implementation

In Slovenia, a new proposal of the Personal Data Protection Act (hereinafter: “ZVOP-2”)1 was published by the Ministry of Justice on 7 March 2019, with which the legislator aims to regulate at a national level the field of personal data protection and ensure the enforcement of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of […]

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When entering the Slovenian market, one of the company’s first steps is usually the obtainment of adequate business premises and most frequently, the newcomers lease those out. As the business evolves, so do the company’s needs for space and location. If mistakes are made while negotiating and concluding the first lease agreement and not enough […]

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Covid-19 Ireland: Support extended credit guarantee scheme and new pandemic fund

On 2 May 2020 the Irish Government agreed a suite of important measures to further support affected small, medium and larger businesses. These include a €2 billion COVID-19 Credit Guarantee Scheme to support bank lending to small and medium sized enterprises and a new €2 billion Pandemic Stabilisation and Recovery Fund to support medium and large enterprises.

Use of Government’s coronavirus job retention scheme by companies in administration: Debenhams

In a judgment handed down on 6th May 2020 in Re Debenhams Retail Ltd (in administration) [2020] EWCA Civ 600, the Court of Appeal provided confirmation on the implications for office holders and insolvent estates of using the Government’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme in administrations, following the previous first instance decisions on the issue in Re Carluccio’s Ltd [2020] EWHC 886 (Ch) and Re Debenhams Retail Ltd [2020] EWHC 921 (Ch). Matthew Weaver considers the judgment and its implications in this briefing.

Use of Government’s coronavirus job retention scheme by companies in administration: Carluccio’s

In a judgment handed down on Monday 13th April 2020 in Re Carluccio’s Limited (in administration) [2020] EWHC 886 (Ch), Snowden J considered the application of the Government’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme in administrations both as a matter of principle and in respect of the logistics and practicalities involved for office holders. Matthew Weaver considers the judgment and its implications in this briefing.

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