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Administrative Measures Issued Applicable to Foreign Investors in the Inspection and Authentication Business for Imported and Exported Commodities In China

Administrative Measures Issued Applicable to Foreign Investors in the Inspection and Authentication Business for Imported and Exported Commodities In China

On 26 January 2016, the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine (“AQSIQ”) issued the Administrative Measures for Imported and Exported Commodities Inspection and Authentication Institutions (“Measures”), for implementation as of 1... Read More »

Expenses allowable for tax deduction purposes will highly depend on presentation of valid VAT invoices.

Expenses allowable for tax deduction purposes will highly depend on presentation of valid VAT invoices.

The 2016 Budget Measures Bill proposes that from year of assessment 2017, all expenses will be considered allowable for tax deduction, only if the invoice/fiscal receipt presented is valid for VAT purposes. Should the new provision be enacted, it will consequently amend Article 14 of the Income Tax Act-“Deductions”, whereby ... Read More »

Pre-contractual liability in the Czech civil law – Misuse and disclosure of confidential information

Pre-contractual liability in the Czech civil law – Misuse and disclosure of confidential information

The topic of this article follows up to our previous articles dedicated to pre-contractual liability as a novelty of the Czech legal system introduced by the New Civil Code (Act No. 89/2012 Coll., the “NCC”) and is focused on the fourth and last merit of pre-contractual liability. This merit of ... Read More »

Pre-contractual liability in the Czech civil law – Non-conclusion of contract so far in contractual negotiations when its finalization is deemed to be very likely

Pre-contractual liability in the Czech civil law – Non-conclusion of contract so far in contractual negotiations when its finalization is deemed to be very likely

The topic of this article is devoted to third merit of pre-contractual liability lying in non-conclusion of contract so far in contractual negotiations when its finalization is deemed to be very likely. This merit is defined in Section 1729 (1) of the NCC (Act No. 89/2012 Coll., the New Civil ... Read More »

Pre-contractual liability in the Czech civil law – Breach of information duty

Pre-contractual liability in the Czech civil law – Breach of information duty

As we have written before, so called pre-contractual liability is one of new institutes of the contract law and execution of contracts under the new Czech civil law as introduced by the New Civil Code (Act No. 89/2012 Coll., the “NCC”), effective as of 1st January 2014. This article follows ... Read More »

Pre-contractual liability in the Czech civil law – Initiation of, or proceedings with, contractual negotiation without the will to finalize the contract

Pre-contractual liability in the Czech civil law – Initiation of, or proceedings with, contractual negotiation without the will to finalize the contract

As we have already written in our previous article “Pre-contractual liability – New rules for contractual negotiations in the Czech civil law”, the institute of so called pre-contractual liability is one of the new institutes of the contract law and execution of contracts under the new Czech civil law as ... Read More »

Pre-contractual liability – New rules for contractual negotiations in the Czech civil law

Pre-contractual liability – New rules for contractual negotiations in the Czech civil law

The topic of this article is devoted to so called pre-contractual liability – one of the new institutes of the contract law and execution of contracts under the new Czech civil law as introduced by the New Civil Code (Act No. 89/2012 Coll., the “NCC”), effective as of 1st January ... Read More »

Industrial Disputes

Industrial Disputes

Compensation of third-party companies in the event of a strike (Federal Labor Court, decision dated August 25, 2015 – 1 AZR 754/13) Third-party companies are often affected by strikes. In its ruling from August 25, 2015 the Federal Labor Court decided that airlines affected by an air traffic controller strike ... Read More »

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 »

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