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Say On Pay And Related Party Transactions: Implementation Of EU Shareholder Rights Directive II
The EU Shareholder Rights Directive II (2017/828) (SRD II), amending Directive 2007/36/EC as regards the encouragement of long-term shareholder engagement, must be transposed into national law by 10 June 2019.
Austria
14 Jun 2019
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Exit Strategies: Registering A Share Transfer When Target Shares Are Encumbered By Third Parties
This is especially troublesome when shareholders aim to regain full ownership of the company.
Romania
29 May 2019
3
Changes In The Croatian Companies Act And Court Register Act
Croatia introduced significant changes to the Companies Act and the Court Register Act on 20 April 2019 with the main goal of easing the incorporation of (simple) limited liability companies.
Croatia
21 May 2019
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Transactions Under Political Scrutiny – A New FDI Regime In Austria
Following the adoption of the new EU framework for screening of foreign direct investments, the Austrian government recently published a draft bill to amend the current rules on foreign direct investments into Austria.
Austria
21 May 2019
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Enforceability Of Drag-Along Mechanism For Limited Liability Companies
Of the five types of corporation that may be established under Romanian law, joint stock and limited liability companies ...
Romania
28 Feb 2019
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The Life Cycle Of A Start-Up
The life cycle of a startup is defined by its milestones. It is a fast-forward lifestyle aimed at achieving success.
Austria
25 Jan 2019
7
Filling The Gaps In Polish Corporate Law
On 30 November 2018, a new law implementing several changes to existing legislation (1), notably to the Civil Code and the Commercial Companies Code, as well as to tax laws, was announced.
Austria
7 Dec 2018
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Companies Can Now Distribute Dividends On A Quarterly Basis - But Will They?
This paradigm has changed and companies can now opt to distribute their dividends annually or quarterly.
Romania
30 Aug 2018
9
Overview Of Significant Judicial Decisions In The Corporate Sphere In 2017
From the selected decisions made in the corporate sphere in 2017, it follows that higher-level courts are adhering to their existing interpretative practices.
Czech Republic
24 Jul 2018
10
Introducing The Managing Director Without Representation Rights
Hungarian law has always permitted shareholders of a company to limit the power of the company's managing director(s). Thus, it has also been allowed to appoint a managing director without any right to represent the company.
Hungary
5 Jul 2018
11
Secret Voting In General Shareholders' Meetings
The corporate functioning rules for joint stock companies have been repeatedly altered by Romanian legislation, especially in relation to the governing structures of companies, such as shareholders' assemblies and management bodies.
Romania
21 Mar 2018
12
Remedies Imposed On Fuel Companies Following Cartel Investigations
The investigation was launched following a 2015 Commission sector analysis of the fuel and diesel retail markets.
Bulgaria
21 Jul 2017
13
The Austrian Law On The Responsibility Of Associations: New Tendency To Prosecution Authorities To Target Companies As First Shot
According to new tendencies of prosecution authorities, the practical scope of the VbVG could expand in the future.
Austria
27 Jun 2017
14
Non-Financial Reporting In Slovenia (ZGD-1J)
Slovenia recently adopted a number of amendments to the Commercial Companies Act.
Slovenia
27 Jun 2017
15
Convertible Loans For Austrian Start-Ups
A convertible loan is a popular investment means to finance a start-up. Austrian law, however, does not foresee convertible loans for the most popular corporate form of Austrian start-ups...
Austria
23 Mar 2017
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Boost Your Start-Up With An Advisory Board - Points To Consider
Most start-ups are founded by first-time founders directly after graduation, with the founding team consisting, also in most cases, of not more than two members.
Austria
23 Mar 2017
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Registration Fees For Company Establishment Abolished
In an aim to simplify state administration and support economic growth, the Hungarian Parliament adopted a new law abolishing the registration fee and the publication cost for incorporating limited liability companies, limited partnerships, general partnerships.
Hungary
15 Mar 2017
18
Compliance Programme Saves First Company From Criminal Prosecution
The Municipal Court in Prague has dropped the criminal case against a company suspected of illegal conduct in public procurement. The reason: the company implemented an ethics code.
Czech Republic
17 Feb 2017
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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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