This multi-jurisdictional guide provides in-house corporate counsel with a comprehensive worldwide legal analysis of the laws and regulations of corporate tax. Divided into two section, this guide will offer insight into tax and state aid and tax in relation to the digital economy.
In this global guide, in-house counsel will learn about third-party funding, new issues in arbitration of corruption allegations, ideas about substantive protections in investment law and the impact of EU law on ISDS. These topics are discussed through a global, multi-jurisdictional lens.
German Finance ministers look to decrease the activity of treaty shopping in order to benefit the taxpayer.
If you or your company is considering franchising for the first time, or you are looking for information about key issues relevant to franchising in your domestic market this guide will provide useful and helpful information. It will provide tips as to how your company could expand its franchise into additional geographic markets
Germany is the provides a number of real estate investments of companies and private individuals. This form provides some insight as to how to navigate real estate investments in Germany for in-house counsel.
Currently, an open-ended investment fund in Hong Kong can only take the form of a unit trust. However, Hong Kong based managers will soon have the choice of an alternative structure, the open-ended fund company (“OFC”), for establishing investment funds in Hong Kong. The objectives of introducing OFC is to offer an alternative legal structure for setting up local funds and to attract more funds to domicile in Hong Kong.
In the Netherlands, before the takeover of a company the board of the buyer usually commissions due diligence investigations (also known as audits) of the company they intend to take over. This sample will answer some questions about this type of investigation.
When a company starts a new project, the question of financing is an issue. In Germany, a new alternative to the traditional loan process is being tested.
Blockchain technology is based on the idea of creating a decentralized database that may be used to process value transactions. Delegated Proof of Stake (DPos) is a system that can allow users to gain more control over the distribution of bitcoins. Companies in Germany can inform themselves on these systems with the following material.