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The Legal Pitfalls of Interviewing: Make Sure Your Company is Compliant

The Legal Pitfalls of Interviewing: Make Sure Your Company is Compliant

Finding great candidates for your business may be challenging, but the legal landmines associated with interviewing candidates can be truly hazardous. Compliance with state and federal laws during a company’s interview process is key to protecting a company, and any individual handling interviews should be educated on proper and legal ... Read More »

New case law trend: the director of the company shall be liable for the damage suffered by the employee in the event when the company went bankrupt

New case law trend: the director of the company shall be liable for the damage suffered by the employee in the event when the company went bankrupt

The Supreme Court of the Republic of Lithuania developed interpretation of provisions of the Tort law providing more guarantees to the employee injured at work in case when company (the employer) went bankrupt and extended regulations of company director liability. The Supreme Court found that in case of indirect liability ... Read More »

The ‘entire agreement clause’ vs. the Haviltex standard

The ‘entire agreement clause’ vs. the Haviltex standard

Commercial contracts often contain an ‘entire agreement clause’. An entire agreement clause stipulates that the written agreement contains all the arrangements between the parties and usually reads along the lines of: “This agreement constitutes the entire agreement between the parties”. This article discusses the effect of an entire agreement clause ... Read More »

Conflict Check for Would-be Clients?

Conflict Check for Would-be Clients?

Attorneys put food on the table by converting would-be clients into actual clients. However, the astute attorney knows which engagements are not worth pursuing and when to decline representation. The careful attorney knows that even the initial client interview will trigger ethical obligations. To be clear, an attorney’s ethical responsibilities ... Read More »

UEFA’s financial fair play rules: prohibited restriction of competition?

UEFA’s financial fair play rules: prohibited restriction of competition?

UEFA’s Financial Fair Play rules (FFP rules) require football clubs that have qualified for European football to, briefly put, not spend more money than they bring in, over a reference period of three years, (the break-even requirement). This is UEFA’s attempt to clamp down on debt-laden clubs – whether or ... Read More »

Comparison of the discovery process in civil litigation in the U.S. and Germany – an introduction

Comparison of the discovery process in civil litigation in the U.S. and Germany – an introduction

In light of the growth of border-crossing commerce and rapid development of international business relations, international law is becoming a more and more important part of the structure of our growing global society.  This article focuses on the law of civil procedure in different jurisdictions, with specific focus on the ... Read More »

The Commission takes action against geoblocking

The Commission takes action against geoblocking

One of the essential characteristics of the European Union is the internal market, where the free movement of persons, goods and services is a priority. Among other things, the European Commission supervises the internal market and takes action against infringements of the aforementioned freedoms. In my earlier article European Commission: ... Read More »

Commercial Register after the civil law recodification process in the Czech Republic – what cannot be missed!

Commercial Register after the civil law recodification process in the Czech Republic – what cannot be missed!

As of 1st January, 2014 the Commercial Register is regulated by a new single Act No. 304/2013 Coll., on public register of legal entities and individuals  (the “Public Registers’ Act”). New legal regulation of the Czech Commercial Register in many aspects follows the previous regulation, however, it also introduces a ... Read More »

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