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By Mario Eduardo Castro Sammartino
The plaintiff was a physician who had been working for more than seven years, invoicing his services as if he were an independent contractor.
By Mario Eduardo Castro Sammartino
Not-for-profit organizations in Argentina are governed by the Civil and Commercial Code of the Nation (Book I, Title II).
By Mario Eduardo Castro Sammartino
By Law Number 27,430, published on the Official Gazette on 29 December 2017, the federal government introduced significant reforms to the tax system, among them modifications...
By Mario Eduardo Castro Sammartino
As we have already outlined , by Law Number 27,430, Argentina has enacted significant tax reforms, being one of them the streamlining of the definition of Argentine source incomes to include those incomes ...
By Mario Eduardo Castro Sammartino
Oppositions to trademark registration must be electronically filed.
By Mario Eduardo Castro Sammartino
After the notice, the employment must be kept until the worker obtains the pension benefit and for a maximum period of one year.
By Mario Eduardo Castro Sammartino
Proceeds from the exports of goods and services may be collected and kept abroad.
By Mario Eduardo Castro Sammartino
Law Nº 27,401, establishing a specific regime on corporate criminal liability in Argentina, was published in the Official Gazette on 1 December 2017, and will become effective on 1 March 2018.
By Mario Eduardo Castro Sammartino
The agent has an organization of its own, acts in its name and on its account, and is independent of the principal.
By Mario Eduardo Castro Sammartino
Hiring workers in Argentina is one of the next steps a foreign company wishing to do business has to undertake once it has set up its business organization.
By Mario Eduardo Castro Sammartino
Foreign companies in Argentina enjoy a free and business-friendly environment , being the establishment of a subsidiary or a branch the legal vehicles most used.
By Mario Eduardo Castro Sammartino
Foreign investments in Argentina are constitutionally protected since the Article Number 20 of the National Constitution (Constitución Nacional, or CN by its Spanish acronym) grants foreigners the same treatment than Argentine citizens.
By Mario Eduardo Castro Sammartino
Under Argentine Law, franchise agreements are governed by the Civil and Commercial Code of the Nation (Código Civil y Comercial de la Nación, or CCCN by its Spanish acronym).
By Mario Eduardo Castro Sammartino
A SAS may be incorporated by one or more individuals or legal entities.
By Mario Eduardo Castro Sammartino
Moving forward with the ambitious program for fostering investments in the renewable energies field, the Argentine Federal Government has just launched a new open national and international call for tender.