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Constitutional Tribunal Finds Undertakings Have Right To Appeal Against Consent To Conduct Searches
However, the court's ruling in this regard (ie, a ruling authorising the search) could not have been appealed again before the higher court.
Poland
9 Jul 2019
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Does Austrian Aviation Law Comply With The New EU Rules For Drones?
For the article at hand, Austrian regulations will provide the reference legal order to be compared with that of the new BR.
Austria
20 Jun 2019
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Government Preparing For A "Hard Brexit" – Effects On Corporate Law
Now that the British parliament has rejected the Brexit deal in a vote last week, fears of a lawless exit of the UK from the EU are growing daily.
Austria
30 Jan 2019
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Austrian Constitutional Court Declares Percentage Cap Of Copyright Levies Null And Void
Copyright levies on recording media have been occupying the Austrian courts, courts of other Member States ...
Austria
17 Jan 2019
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All Board Decisions Made By Delegation Of Powers Can Be Challenged In Court
The Companies Law expressly permits claims against the validity of certain corporate resolutions with respect to shareholder decisions.
Romania
22 Oct 2018
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Will New State Targets Lead To Reduced Environmental Protection?
Since the beginning of the Second Republic, the Constitution has provided so-called 'state targets', which have guided the government to declare certain interests to be substantial.
Austria
11 Sep 2018
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Ústavní soud zpochybnil zákaz souběhu funkce
Na jedné straně je ustálená rozhodovací praxe obecných soudů zřejmá a jednotná: Činnost statutárního orgánu nelze vykonávat v pracovněprávním vztahu.
Czech Republic
8 May 2017
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The Schoenher Journal - April 2017: Legal Developments in the Czech Republic (Czech language)
The Schoenherr Journal, published in April 2017 by Schoenherr's Prague office examines the most recent and most important legal developments in the Czech Republic
Czech Republic
 
28 Apr 2017
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No Smoking: After A Long Battle In Parliament, The Czech Republic Finally Adopts Smoking Ban
One last hurdle – the signature of Czech President Miloš Zeman –before the so called Anti-Smoking Bill enters into force on 31 May 2017.
Czech Republic
8 Feb 2017
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More Amendments To The Civil Code To Foster Lending
The Hungarian Parliament recently adopted a significant amendment package to the Civil Code. The main body of the amendment entered into force on 1 October 2016.
Hungary
7 Dec 2016
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The Constitutional Court Of Moldova Has Spoken: No Need For Acquirer Of A Share Stake To Obtain Shareholders' Resolution Before Registration
Through its 27 September 2016 decision ("Decision 27/2016"), the Constitutional Court of Moldova has declared certain provisions of the local Law on Limited-Liability Companies unconstitutional.
Moldova
6 Dec 2016
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The Austrian Leniency Programme: To Be Continued?
Because of these critical comments the proposed bill was retracted and revised by an expert commission.
Austria
3 Nov 2016
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Government Approves A New Draft Concessions Act
On 25 May 2016, the Bulgarian government approved a new draft Concessions Act. The draft remains to be adopted by the Bulgarian parliament.
Bulgaria
27 May 2016
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Invitations To Hunting Trips - The Criminal Court's Next Trophy?
The woodcock mating season has just ended and deer-hunting season has already begun. Are officials allowed to accept an invitation to a hunting trip, or should they be paying the shooting fees and other costs?
Austria
10 May 2016
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Constitutional Court Confirms Constitutionality Of Non-Deductibility Of Manager Remuneration Above EUR 500,000
As of 1 March 2014, a restriction on the deductibility of manager remunerations for tax purposes exceeding EUR 500,000 per person and year was introduced in Austria.
Austria
22 Jan 2015
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Expropriation Revisited
The unlikely victory of private owners over the big infrastructure projects in Bulgaria's Constitutional Court
Bulgaria
28 Jan 2014
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The New Act On E-Government
On 1 November 2013, the new Slovak act on the electronic performance of powers of public authorities – the Act on e-Government 1 ("Act") – will come into force.
Slovakia
21 Oct 2013
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Pitfalls Enforcing Judgments In New Member States
After five enlargements, the EU is expecting to grow even further in the near future.
European Union
26 Jun 2013
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New Fees Regime For Public Procurement Review Proceedings
The Fees Regulation for proceedings before the Federal Public Procurement Office (Bundesvergabeamt ‒ BVA), in force since 13 April 2012, entailed a simplification of the fees regime.
Austria
14 May 2012
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Sporting A New Act
After a delay of several years, the Serbian Parliament adopted a new Sports Act ("Act") on 31 March 2011.
Serbia
9 Jun 2011
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