Last week I was proud to speak at Business Forums International's 'Vetting and Screening' Conference regarding the challenges faced by employers when
There is a potentially irreconcilable clash of constitutional philosophies between the UK and the EU which results in certain
Le Conseil d’État a jugé que le droit d’accès aux données personnelles d’une personne décédée ne bénéficie pas à ses héritiers.
It is generally accepted that there is no plan for the UK following the Brexit referendum. It will be up to Theresa May as the new prime minister
Many of our clients have already been approached by valued but anxious EEA national employees in the UK seeking reassurance and clarity about what
In the Bosman ruling in 1995 the European Court of Justice declared that, in accordance with the Treaty of Rome’s rules regarding the principle of
The terms of the inheritance tax spouse exemption are well known - that when one spouse dies, any assets passing to the other spouse are completely exempt from inheritance tax.
The European Court of Justice recently ruled that EU pension schemes should not be subject to withholding tax on dividends received from investments in other EU countries, unless that country applies such withholding tax in its own country to its own pension schemes.
In its Judgment of 8 September 2009, the European Court of Justice ruled that the restrictions imposed by some Member States to private Internet betting and gambling operators, together with their prohibition, do not infringe European regulations because they can be justified on the grounds of the fight against fraud and criminality.
1 May 2009 is the fifth anniversary of Hungary's accession to the European Union (EU).