The digitalisation of the Croatian court system is proceeding and e-communication is expanding. Snail mail and “paper” communication are on the verge of extinction. As of 1 September 2020, all legal entities will have to use e-communication with the court. All legal entities registered in the Croatian Commercial Register must submit information on their e-mail […]
Summertime and the livin’ is easy Well, is it? This year we are collectively going through an exceptional summer: some countries are still struggling with very high COVID-19 infection rates. Life is not back to normal. Home office is still a fact for many of us. Group leisure activities are on hold or at least […]
Stay informed about the latest developments in competition law in Central and Eastern Europe with Schoenherr’s multi-jurisdictional newsletter. Each issue offers insight into developments in merger control, antitrust, and unfair competition in the region. Main takeawaysAntitrust: RPM infringement decisions in several countries, but notably, immunity from fine in one Austrian case. Uptick in abuse of […]
Working outside of the employer’s business premises deeply conflicts with the traditional concept of the working environment based on the worker’s physical presence in a determined workplace.
After a record-breaking decade of M&A activity, the Covid-19 pandemic has caused the market to face unprecedented circumstances.
Guidance on the latest food and drink rules, including post-furlough planning and workforce measures manufacturers, Brexit and the workforce – how to prepare for upcoming changes, protecting innovation in the food & drink industry, and more.
Flaux LJ and Butcher J today handed down judgment in the test case brought by the FCA to explore whether hundreds of thousands of businesses can recover under their business interruption policies for losses caused by the pandemic, in the “insurance case of the century” – the only claim heard under the Financial List Test Case Scheme. Many of those businesses will, today, be celebrating a fantastic win for them.
Though clearly overtaken by COVID-19 and the state of the economy as the most pressing issues for the United Kingdom (UK) government, Brexit is making its way back into the headlines.
The Netherlands is gearing up for its new UBO register in accordance with international AML / CTF best practices and will require certain entities to comply from 27 September 2020.
On 13 July 2020, the Cayman Islands Department for International Tax Cooperation (the “DITC”) issued version 3.0 of the Guidance on Economic Substance for Geographically Mobile Activities (the “Guidance”) pursuant to the ES Law (as defined below). This replaces the previous version 2.0 of the Guidance issued on 30 April 2019.
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Keating Chambers has put forward £20,000 to help fund a criminal bar pupillage, in a bid to offset the financial impact of the pandemic on the criminal bar. The one-off fund will support one pupillage for an aspiring criminal barrister. Construction set Keating has pledged the money for a set that has had to withdraw […]
The legal world is mourning the loss of one of its real estate stalwarts, Geoffrey Lander, who passed away on Saturday 12 September. The former Nabarro head of real estate and a prominent figure within the wider property community passed away while undergoing chemotherapy aged 69. Tributes recall Lander’s immense charisma and charm, as well […]
Back to normal at Norton Rose Fulbright? Back in April, the majority of staff at Norton Rose Fulbright switched to a four-day working week for what seemed like a rather apocalyptic length of time: 12 months. Turns out NRF was just preparing its employees for the worst, as this week it decided to end the […]
Bird & Bird has seen its average profit per equity partner (PEP) drop in the financial year 2019/20. The UK firm’s PEP went down by 3 per cent from from £575,000 to £555,000, a metric that the firm had not previously reported as part of its financial results for 2019/20. It marked a fall for the […]
PwC Legal is looking to expand its lawyer headcount in regional offices as part of a project for the new financial year. The legal arm of the accountancy firm is eyeing growth for its professionals especially in its bases in Manchester and Birmingham, but expansion will equally be pursued in Leeds and Belfast. The project, […]
Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton is reviewing its remuneration structure, The Lawyer understands. The US firm is looking to ditch its lockstep structure in favour of one that will allow it to provide higher compensation to star partners in a bid to boost retention. The model, if adopted, could take the form of a modified […]