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Newssquare THE EUROPEAN ACCOUNT PRESERVATION ORDER AT A GLANCE - 7 QUESTIONS & 7 ANSWERS

The EU Regulation No 655/2014 of 15 May 2014 established a European Account Preservation Order (“EAPO”). The Regulation became applicable as of 18 January 2017 within the EU except for the United Kingdom and Denmark .

 

Newssquare Claims Settlement Order in Bankruptcy Proceedings Declared Unconstitutional

The Constitutional Court of FBiH has found that the current order of settlement of workers' claims in bankruptcy proceedings is unconstitutional.

Newssquare IMPROVING THE POSITION OF SECURED CREDITORS UNDER REGISTERED PLEDGES IN BULGARIA

Almost two decades after being adopted following the model of the World Bank and UNCITRAL for non-possessory registered pledges, the Special Pledges Act (the "Act") was substantially amended at the end of 2016. Most of the amendments take immediate effect while those concerning the digitalization of the Central Register of Special Pledges (the "Register") will come into force on 1 September 2018.

Newssquare THE DISMISSAL DECISION CAN BE VALIDLY COMMUNICATED BY E-MAIL

The High Court of Justice of Romania established in Decision no.34/2016, published in the Official Monitor no.18 dated 9 January 2017, that a dismissal decision which an employer communicates by e-mail is validly communicated.

Newssquare WASTE TO ENERGY HELPS TO SECURE EUROPE’S ENERGY FUTURE

Advising in utilities projects that convert waste to energy is just one way that Wolf Theiss helps clients innovate and achieve added value. In advance of his guest presentation in February at the Energy from Waste (EfW) Conference 2017 at the Royal College of Physicians in London, Partner Bryan W. Jardine of Wolf Theiss Bucharest examines the current regulatory and incentive regimes that promote EfW projects in CEE/SEE and takes a look at the wide variation between the different countries.

Newssquare January 2017, new rules in financial business activities

The law on financial business activities in FBiH (law) aims at protecting and improving the position of small and medium-sized enterprises acting as creditors in financial transactions.

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