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Owners of the devices enabling communication of copyrighted work to public should be aware of the attitude adopted by the Czech Constitutional Court in its recent decision regarding activities of copyright collecting societies. The assessment of whether an entity is required to pay royalties is often carried out by those societies in contradiction to the standards required by law and therefore in many individual cases copyright collecting societies often overstep their competencies and...
Topics: Intellectual Property,
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The new Slovak Act on whistleblowing, which aims to protect employees who report wrongdoing from retaliation came into force on 1 January 2015. Under the new rules certain employers must implement a specific mechanism within 6 months. Temporary leasing of employees which is quite common in Slovak practice and used mainly to ensure flexibility as regards workforce needs has had to deal with the new rules since 1 March 2015. Under this law certain...
Topics: Employment / Labor Law,
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Action Item 15 of the BEPS project is to develop a multilateral instrument to modify the bilateral network of income tax treaties, which is composed of over 3000 such treaties. As the multilateral instrument will implement the treaty-related provisions of the other BEPS action plans, it necessarily would be the last action item to be implemented.
Topics: Taxation,
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This article discusses the law currently governing each of the three categories of permissible civilian unmanned aircraft operations: (1) model aircraft flights; (2) public use by national, state, and local government agencies; and (3) commercial operations as currently limited by the Federal Aviation Administration.
Topics: Aviation Law,
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On Thursday 26 March 2015, the controversial data retention or 'metadata' law was passed by the Australian Senate with bipartisan support. In this article, we discuss implications of these new laws in relation to privacy obligations and the imminent arrival of a mandatory data breach notification scheme.
Topics: Privacy / Use of Personal Information,
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Since the Spanish Penal Code’s reform back in 2010, companies have been working on their criminal risk management programs. To be really effective, such programs need professionals who know such internal regulations to guarantee strict compliance inside the company: the Compliance Officer. Said Compliance Officer must manage all the company’s legal risks and will be the one in charge of handling the information and investigation tasks regarding the compliance of...
Topics: Business Organizations,
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A new beginning for venture capital and private equity entities in Spain. No more hurdles for commercialization in Spain under the EU Passport and other financing alternatives for SMEs
Topics: Finance & Banking,
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With air passenger traffic in Africa on the continued upsurge and existing carriers seeking to develop their fleets whilst lowering costs to maintain a global competitive edge, the number of aircraft finance and leasing transactions has also increased. This article discusses the Kenyan regulatory framework and highlights salient considerations for any potential investor with regard to the ownership, the financing or leasing of an aircraft, the registration formalities, tax concerns and the...
Topics: Commercial Transactions and Finance / Consumer Transactions,
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