By Jože Stare 1. Introduction In the light of the favourable economic climate and affordable financing sources, Slovenia has been facing a lively M&A market in the recent few years, especially in the area of commercial real estate. Further, companies are eager to refinance their existing debt or borrow new funds under the more favourable […]
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 […]
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 […]
By Tisa Ljubetič On 25 November 2015, the Directive on payment services in the internal market, no. 2015/2366, also known as “PSD2”, was adopted by the European parliament and Council. In the Republic of Slovenia PSD2 was transposed with the Payment Services, Services for Issuing Electronic Money and Payment Systems Act (Zakon o plačilnih storitvah, […]
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 […]
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.
“Absolute confidentiality is very important for the family as well as providing asset protection. Family B have employed local, qualified, experienced employees who have maintained the confidentiality expected when dealing with the family’s wealth.”
In a judgment handed down on 6th May 2020 in Re Debenhams Retail Ltd (in administration)  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  EWHC 886 (Ch) and Re Debenhams Retail Ltd  EWHC 921 (Ch). Matthew Weaver considers the judgment and its implications in this briefing.
In a judgment handed down on Monday 13th April 2020 in Re Carluccio’s Limited (in administration)  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.
Fiona Le Poidevin, CEO of The International Stock Exchange Group, explores how the Channel Islands are utilising experience and expertise to make a significant impact in global green and sustainable finance initiatives.
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Another tax partner based in Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer’s Frankfurt office has left the firm. Tobias Teufel, who was promoted to partner in 2010, is to part ways with the magic circle player after working in its corporate tax practice, advising banking and financial services clients. A firm spokesperson said: “The firm and Tobias Teufel have […]
Simmons & Simmons was the latest firm to float the idea of a reduced working week to its staff, while attention will again be drawn to how the legal industry is tackling issues of diversity. Black Lives Matter – but what is the legal industry doing about it? There were protests around the world this […]
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer and Baker McKenzie have led on the acquisition of make-up brand Charlotte Tilbury by Spanish fashion group Puig in a transaction that saw Withers and Pinsent Masons also win roles. Freshfields corporate partners Alison Smith and Piers Prichard Jones led for the UK-based makeup company from the magic circle firm. Charlotte Tilbury […]
A real estate team from Irwin Mitchell has defected to Clyde & Co, as the latter looks to expand its practice further in the north. Head of Irwin Mitchell’s Sheffield real estate team Andrew Wallis, fellow real estate partner Kevin Fox and real estate finance partner Dean Gormley will join Clydes. In its Guildford office the […]
Dentons has lost its Madrid managing partner, together with two other partners, to local firm Pérez-Llorca. Jesús Varela was the firm’s managing partner for a little over a year, joining Dentons in 2011. A real estate finance partner, he was also the head of its Spanish real estate practice. Varela had been a partner with […]
Greenberg Traurig has hired the former country president of pharma giant AstraZeneca to help reintroduce employees into its Warsaw office, as lockdown restrictions in Continental Europe start to ease. The local outpost of the US firm has engaged Jarek Oleszczuk, who used to be country president of AstraZeneca for three years, growing the headcount of […]