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Bird & Bird LLP | European Union, Spain | 5 Oct 2021

Year in review: notable 2020 Patent Cases in Spain

Ferring International appealed the decision to the High Court of Justice of Madrid against the decision of the Spanish Patent and Trademark Office…
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Vedder Price PC | USA | 12 Mar 2019

Harrison M. Thorne Publishes "Retroactive Application of Dynamex," in The Los Angeles Lawyer,

FOR NEARLY 30 YEARS, California businesses have used the Borello test (so named after S.G. Borello & Sons, Inc. v. Department of Industrial Relations)…
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Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP | USA | 8 Mar 2019

For Tax-Exempt Employers: 403(b) Retirement Plan Compliance Opportunity

Tax-exempt employers have a special opportunity to fix compliance concerns with their 403(b) retirement plans. They have through March 31, 2020 - the…
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Baker & Hostetler LLP | USA | 4 Mar 2019

Employees Calling In to Work Before a Scheduled On-Call Shift Are "Reporting for Work" and Entitled to Reporting Time Pay, California Appellate Court Concludes

When a California employee is scheduled for an on-call shift and company policy requires her to call in two hours beforehand to see whether she must…
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Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr | South Africa | 22 Feb 2019

When must reportable arrangements be disclosed to SARS?

Under the Tax Administration Act, persons that enter into certain types of transaction must report the details of those transactions to the South African Revenue Service. These types of transaction are called 'reportable arrangements'. In order to determine when the information must be disclosed by, the parties must first establish when the arrangement qualified as a reportable arrangement.
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Arent Fox LLP | USA | 15 Feb 2019

In California, On-Call Scheduling May Lead to Reporting Time Pay

It applies when an employee reports for work, but then either is not put to work at all or for less than half of the scheduled or usual hours of work…
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Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP | USA | 14 Feb 2019

New York Adopts Child Victims Act Extending and Reviving Statute of Limitations for Abuse Claims

Today, Governor Cuomo signed the Child Victims Act into law, extending the statute of limitations in both criminal and civil actions alleging child…
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Irwin Mitchell LLP | United Kingdom | 15 Aug 2018

What happens to the employment relationship where an employee successfully appeals against their dismissal?

Can the employee refuse to return to work and, if so, can they still claim unfair dismissal? What about if the appeal manager decides to demote the…
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Khaitan & Co | India | 24 Jul 2018

Monetary thresholds for filing of appeals by the Income-tax department enhanced

In a move that is intended to enhance the ease of doing business, reduce low value litigations, and also help the Income-tax department (Department)…
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Noerr PartGmbB | Germany | 6 Jul 2018

New RETT rules for share deals

The Ministers of Finance of the Federal States recently agreed on new real estate transfer tax (RETT) rules for share deals. According to official press releases, a fundamental RETT reform that had been previously discussed was not agreed. Rather, the agreement consists of new RETT rules regarding share deals with a lower threshold, longer holding periods and aligning the rules that are......
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