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On 23 June 2015, the Italian Administrative Court referred the question of whether or not the controversial 2014 Solar Energy Law is constitutional to the Constitutional Court. The question of the legality of the law in question has thus been put on hold for several more months. The Constitutional Court's much-awaited decision may affect foreign investors' ability to bring, and the likelihood of success of, similar claims before an international arbitral tribunal.
Topics: Energy and Natural Resources Law,
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The past few years have seen monumental changes to U.S. patent law. The recent changes to patent law dictate an overhaul of patent litigation practices and create the opportunity for new strategies. The changed laws can be leveraged to get better results. The savvy will be able to use the new rules for quicker victories and cost savings. There are also evolving issues that litigators should continue to monitor, since the courts have not yet...
Topics: Intellectual Property,
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In this article, the authors discuss the 6-3 decision on June 25, 2015 in King v. Burwell, in which the U.S. Supreme Court held that tax credits are available under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Affordable Care Act or PPACA) to all eligible Americans, regardless of whether they purchase health insurance through “exchanges” administered by a state or by the federal government.
Topics: TerraLex Connections eNewsletter, Employee Benefits / Retirement Schemes / Welfare Benefits,
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Transfer pricing can be regarded as one of the most significant issues in the Slovak tax law and continues to receive increased attention of both the tax authorities and the taxpayers. The article examines the functioning of Slovak transfer pricing legislation and highlights the most recent developments in this area of tax law. In addition, the article also identifies certain problematic areas and formulates recommendations to the taxpayers.
Topics: Taxation,
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In this article, the authors discuss the affirmation of the result of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia in Validus Reinsurance, Ltd. v. U.S., 19 F. Supp. 3d 225 (2014), which was the first case to involve a challenge to the Internal Revenue Service’s (IRS) “cascading” application of the federal excise tax (FET) to premiums paid by one foreign insurer or reinsurer to another foreign reinsurer in connection with insurance policies covering U.S. risks.
Topics: Taxation,
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The article explains how the Feed-in Tariff policy works in Malaysia together with the benefits it brings. The article also provides a brief comparison of Feed-in Tariff framework in different jurisdiction.
Topics: Energy and Natural Resources Law,
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Employers who are struggling with labour market shortages and who wish to fill open positions with skilled foreign workers should not only become familiar with “Express Entry”, Canada’s new electronic selection system designed to expedite the processing times for the permanent residence applicants of skilled foreign workers, but such employers should also become familiar with the new immigration streams supported by the Province of Ontario...
Topics: Immigration / Visas / Work Permits, Employment / Labor Law,
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This article presents a brief summary of the Brazilian laws and regulations on privacy and data protection with an overview of the Draft of the Privacy and Data Protection Bill, which is being considered by the Brazilian Ministry of Justice.
Topics: Information Technology / Computer Law, Privacy / Use of Personal Information, Cyberspace Law / E-Commerce / Internet Law,
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Performance (speed/consumption) claims remain a common complaint from charterers and a common source of deductions from hire. The obligation is on owners to ensure that the vessel is in a condition to meet her performance warranties.
Topics: Admiralty / Maritime Law,
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"Does a claimant in a passing off action need to have actual customers in the UK, or is it sufficient for the claimant to only show that it has a reputation? David Cran, partner in IP & Technology at RPC, comments on the clarification of this question in the case of Starbucks (Hong Kong) Ltd and others v British Sky Broadcasting Group plc [2015]."
Topics: Intellectual Property,
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