The founder's desire for control
Albert Birkner analyses which options the founder of a foundation has to control his/her private foundation following the highly controversial decision of the Supreme Court.
New regulations on financial lease activity / Duty free shops
Sergei Makarchuk explains why Edict No. 175 is highly appreciated by the Belarusian business community while Edict No. 99 is not welcomed at all.
Recent amendments to banking regulations and changes in the renewable energy sector
Boyko Guerginov highlights why the recent changes to banking regulations are important for lenders and consumers alike and why it is that, despite the Constitutional Court having revoked a fee imposed by the state for solar and wind-generated energy, investors are still unable to claim reimbursement of amounts already paid.
Can a managing director be named employee of the year?
Petr Kališ examines the interesting question of whether a managing director can be named employee of the year.
Amendment of the Hungarian Competition Act
Tamás Polauf and László Krüpl analyse recent amendments to the Hungarian Competition Act.
The new Insolvency Code applicable in Romania
Mirela Nathanzon provides an overview of the new legislation governing the insolvency of legal entities in Romania, which came into effect on 28 June 2014.
Criminal liability of legal persons in the Slovak Republic
Zuzana Bannert Mikulová describes how the Slovak Republic currently aims to create a new legal framework regulating the criminal liability of legal persons.
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