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Most firms doing business in Canada will at some point interact with administrative decision-makers. A new development and disagreement in Canada’s Appellate Federal Courts is significant. It may impact how resources are devoted when firms are confronted with administrative obstacles.
Topics: Administrative Law, Litigation (Civil, Business and Commercial),
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Due to its geographical position, political stability and characteristics of its economy, such as its territoriality principle, Panama has become one of the most important worldwide jurisdictions for foreign investors to carry out their business activities. In this article you find significant information about the practice of Investment Funds and how this activity is regulated by the Superintendency of the Securities Market of the Republic of Panama.
Topics: Capital Markets / Securities Law / Commodity Trading,
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Topics: Mergers and Acquisitions / Divestitures, Commercial Transactions and Finance / Consumer Transactions, Trade Law / Trade Regulation,
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The following article gives an overview of the recent signed Canada-Korea Free Trade Agreement.
Topics: Trade Law / Trade Regulation,
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"What happens when goods purchased from a non-EU website by EU residents in-fringe intellectual property rights within the EU? Jeremy Drew, partner and head of IP & Technology at RPC, advises that the ruling in Blomqvist v Rolex is a boost for brand owners in their battle against counterfeit goods."
Topics: Intellectual Property,
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Under new Slovak law higher-level collective agreements can be extended by a decision of the Slovak Ministry of Labour to all employers in the respective sector. The employer’s consent is no longer a condition for such extension. Employers in Slovakia should become familiar with the new rules so that they have enough time to consider the implications of the extension for their businesses.
Topics: Employment / Labor Law,
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The Civil Code, valid in the Czech Republic since 1st January 2014, newly regulates non-competition clauses, in other words, clauses that limit one of the contractual parties in competitive activities. In particular, the new regulation sets forth that the non-competition clause must be sufficiently specific and must not be continued for a period which is longer than necessary; its maximum length cannot be more than five years. According to certain legal experts, this provision will...
Topics: Antitrust & Competition Law/Unfair Competition,
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A referendum on Scottish independence will take place in September 2014. A “yes” vote would have potentially significant consequences for Scotland, the United Kingdom and the EU, and would raise a number of complex legal questions.
Topics: Administrative Law,
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Topics: Criminal Law / White Collar Crime, Employment / Labor Law,
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While subscription finance transactions generally tend to follow a similar pattern, there are some important differences between offshore jurisdictions in how the collateral package is assembled. The majority of offshore fund vehicles entering into these types of credit facility are established in the Cayman Islands and in Guernsey (and sometimes structures will include both of these jurisdictions). This note therefore concentrates on the typical collateral package where the relevant offshore...
Topics: Commercial Transactions and Finance / Consumer Transactions,
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