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By Diana Dimova
The Bulgarian Supreme Court of Cassation ("Supreme Court") has recently issued a decision (No.19, dated 8 August 2019, under commercial case No. 2511/2017) that recognises for the first time the concept of right of first...
By Olena Kuchynska, Oleksandr Plachynta
Ukraine's new electricity market began operation on 1 July 2019 and has introduced competition at several levels of the local electricity market.
By Joel Benjamin, Muborak Kambarova
The Law on Personal Data ("Law") No. ZRU-547 was signed by the President on 2 July 2019. It will come into force on 1 October 2019.
By Joel Benjamin, Muborak Kambarova
The SMWI is a monetary expression of the monthly wage rate. In the field of labor relations, the SMWI is used to determine the amount of basic salary, allowances, extra pay, fees, compensation payments for additional work...
By Svilen Issaev
The new amendments bring the Ordinance in line with the provisions of Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2018/389 (the "Regulation").
By Joel Benjamin
In accordance with the Presidential Decree No. UP-5723, from 1 October 2019 the minimum wage will be replaced as follows:
By Olena Kuchynska
The new energy market began operation on 1 July 2019, despite previous discussions concerning the proposed delay in the launch of the new energy market by three to twelve months.
By Adam Hodoň, Lívia Miklenčičová
June 2019 – In accordance with Act No. 346/2018 on the Register of Non-Governmental Non-Profit Organisations (the "Act"), a new public register of non-governmental non-profit organisations has been
By Selma Mujezinović
With approximately 20 companies in Serbia set for privatisation in the second half of 2019, now is a good time to review the current provisions of Serbia's Privatisation Law ("Privatisation Law").
By Adam Hodoň, Lívia Miklenčičová
The new Slovak Act on Whistleblowing that took effect 1 March 2019 has introduced some notable changes to the obligations that employers faced under the previous Act on Whistleblowing valid until 28 February 2019.
By Branislav Marić
June 2019 – It has been just over a month since amendments to the main legislation in Serbia governing pledges entered into force (i.e., on 7 May 2019).
By Tomáš Čihula
June 2019 – A growing number of countries around the world are gradually legalising the use of cannabis for medical purposes.
By Selma Mujezinović
The current Serbian Planning and Construction Law ("Planning and Construction Law") came into force in November 2009.
By Péter Vörös
May 2019 – The Hungarian Competition Authority ("HCA") has published its draft sector inquiry report on payment card acceptance in Hungary.
By Olena Kuchynska, Viktoriia Pysmenna
On 12 April 2019, the Ukrainian government adopted a decision to hold a public tender to enter into a 50-year production sharing agreement ("PSA") for the development of the offshore hydrocarbon
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